What we do
We do lots of things, here's some of the antics we get up to
The biannual Textbook Exchange has become a regular fixture in the Faculty of the Professions foyer at the beginning of each semester.
Entrepreneurs, founders and lovers of business seem to find their way to us. Sharing their experiences, they enjoy inspiring and motivating our members to shape the world in which we live.
We provide opportunities for members to be introduced to the cool spaces and people around our city.
This is why do we do what we do
Here at the AUEC, it’s our aim to provide a positive environment for entrepreneurial students. Whether you’re completing a Master of Applied Innovation, Bachelor of Engineering or are in first year economics, anyone willing to learn is welcome here.
It takes complementary abilities to build a successful venture including design, technical and business skills. We bring these students together and connect them with the Adelaide startup community to foster the creation of early-stage ventures.
We also act as a gateway to the wider entrepreneurial community in Adelaide and beyond: from Majoran to Hub Adelaide to Flinders University's New Venture Institute to Startup Weekend, we have a wide array of connections.
Meet others who create, build and are choosing to make a difference in the world.
We keep our finger on the pulse of what's happening in the Adelaide startup community.
Been through eChallenge and want to take your idea to next level? Join us to meet those who can help you on your journey.
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Here's some of our recent exploits, speakers and happenings
Our inaugural end of year get-together was held at The Stag! Here’s the roundup.
Last night AUEC members had the opportunity to hang out in Microsoft’s Adelaide offices, the Microsoft Innovation Centre South Australia, where we were joined by local entrepreneurs and industry partners.
Shane Cheek, Managing partner at Acumen Ventures, joined us tonight to explore the world of Venture Capital and show members what VCs look for.
Alan Noble, Director of Engineering at Google Australia, joined us today to talk about his story (it’s good!) and entrepreneurship.