Hunter iF is hosting a series of events across the Hunter region to demonstrate the power mentoring has on the development of a vibrant innovation ecosystem.
Join us to hear fast-paced and engaging presentations by local mentors and mentees on their experience and insights, including tips for effective mentoring, rules of engagement, making the most of sessions, scheduling meetings and following-up on deliverables.
A networking session for all attendees will follow facilitated by a specially designed app that will match you up with the expertise you can impart as a mentor, or you are seeking as a mentee.
+ Claire Quigley, Launchpad9
Claire Quigley is an accomplished commercial marketer, innovation strategist and business development manager based in Scone. Claire facilitates the I2N’s quarterly Business Bootcamp series designed specifically for Upper Hunter business owners and provides ongoing mentoring for participants to help them achieve their business goals.
+ Jelinda Millgate, The Business Centre
Jelinda Millgate is an experienced businesswoman and mentor, offering her expertise right across the Business Centre’s region with clients in Maitland, Singleton, Scone, Muswellbrook, Branxton and Newcastle. She is passionate about supporting local business and will help you take your business to the next level.
+ Eddy Constable, WQMS
Eddy Constable is the Founding Director of Welding Quality Management Systems. WQMS aim is to empower the mining industry so that they can expect more out of their weld repairs, and have certainty that repairs are done right. Eddy participated in I2N Business Bootcamp and been provided ongoing mentoring to achieve his business goals.
Hunter iF is proud to bring this event to you in partnership with the University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network (I2N).
What is Hunter iF?
Hunter iF’s mission is to harness our region’s immense potential to help create a more innovative future. Established as a not-for-profit organisation, Hunter iF encourages and facilitates investment and economic growth within our region by providing comprehensive and connected services that complement existing programs and opportunities.
UON is proud to be able to bring this event to you via the NSW State Government's Local Innovation Network Program.
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