Workshops and seminars

21 Day Challenge

Entré is committed to providing hands-on opportunities for students. Various competitions and networking events are offered throughout the year, with students from all backgrounds and disciplines getting involved. Explore the options below to find out more.

Entré for Lunch

Entré for Lunch are our substantial education offering and has been hugely successful for not only inspiring and motivating, but for being a lot of fun! Building on the previous FastTrack workshops this new series, in association with UC Innovators, seeks to motivate & inspire the entrepreneurial spirit and to give insight into what is going on in the City and at UC, and how students can get involved. They are short entrepreneurial slanted presentations and workshops, usually 45 minutes in duration and followed by lunch & beverages. Venue is the Undercroft seminar room in the James Hight Building, UoC.

What should I expect?

Some fun! This is NOT another dullsville lecture with someone just talking at you. The workshops have been designed as practical, hands-on tools to get you really thinking about what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

It’s also an awesome opportunity to network - not only with other students from across campus, but also with the ‘who’s who’ of the business world.

$85k Challenge

The $85K Start Up Challenge is our premier competition, in which $85K worth of prizes are up for grabs. Entrants go through the process of developing a product or business idea, receive business world experience and guidance and mentoring from industry professionals. It's a great opportunity to meet likeminded students, inspiring business professionals, knowledgeable mentors and be supported by our awesome entré executive team. 

Want to know more about the competition before you enter? Check out our information page on how to get involved.

Napkin Challenge

The Napkin Challenge is a competition where students write ideas on napkins. There are different categories and prizes to be won, for ideas that are innovative, plausible, beneficial to students and funny. We encourage students from all backgrounds to enter, so if you think you have a good idea, give it a go! 

Want to know more about the competition before you enter? Check out our information page on how to get involved.