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Congratulations to the 15 successful young entrepreneurs who have started their business journey! We are all eagerly excited to see where this takes you and your business. Stay tuned on our  Facebook page to gain updates!

This is just the beginning. If you live or have a business in the City of Playford council area, and are wanting business support, give us a call on (08) 8254 4666 or email connect@strettoncentre.com.au. We have a business support officer who is passionate and dedicated to working with businesses and helping to bring their ideas to life.

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WANT TO BE AN ENTREPRENEUR? 

Ready to start your own business?

Need training and mentoring?

If you’re aged 16-25 years, living or studying in the Greater Gawler, City of Playford or northern areas, then this is your chance to shine!

This Young Entrepreneurs Program Pilot (YEPP) has been created to help young entrepreneurial people help transform their innovative business idea into a productive venture or social enterprise.
The pilot program will be delivered to fifteen young people, aged 16-25 years, living or studying in the northern suburbs of South Australia. Young entrepreneurs will learn about starting and growing an enterprise through hands-on coaching and mentoring from industry experts and from other young entrepreneurs. You’ll be able to share ideas, knowledge and experiences and make valuable network connections.

This program will involve formal presentations, access to a mentor and webinars. You will learn what is required to convert a great idea into a great product or service.

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So are you ready to take on this business adventure? 

Young people are incredibly important to the growth of the South Australian economy and community, so this is why the South Australian Government is investing in building the entrepreneurial skills of our young people

 

Picture above: Year 12 Students from St Columba College 

 

 

 

The program is funded through a $120,000 grant provided by the Departments of Premier and Cabinet, Communities and Social Inclusion, State Development and Education.