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The exclusive resource for entrepreneurs.
What kind of
Take our one-of-a-kind psychometric test to discover your unique
entrepreneurial make up. As an entrepreneur, it helps to understand
your strengths in order to enhance your business.
About this test:
- Developed by organisational psychologist, Kirsty Bucknell.
- Research suggests 7 factors contribute to your personal entrepreneurial orientation.
- These 7 factors help define the kind of entrepreneur you might be: Individualist, Learner, Achiever, Competitor, Innovator, Risk-taker, and Self-starter.
Turning points -
the moment you know
Be inspired by other entrepreneurs as they share the moments that defined their businesses.
Stephen Irwin tips the odds
This innovator turned a Pivot Point Tipper invention into a successful business with the right team.
Ronni Kahn's rescue mission
A true social entrepreneur, OzHarvest's founder was driven by passion to really make a difference.
Cathie Reid's balancing act
Real partners working together? This successful entrepreneur makes it work for her and the business.
Andrew Northcott works it
Systems and great people are what turned a uni laptop start-up into Labour Solutions Australia.
Darren De Bortoli's calculated risk
The ideas of entrepreneurship and commercial risk taking go hand in hand.
Tony Maiello's beaut biz
Former teacher Tony Maiello now gives back to the community as CEO of Essential Beauty.
Arron Wood burns bright
From near bankruptcy to huge success, Firestarter’s MD kept business going.
Shesh Gale's double act
Melbourne Institute of Technology's CEO believes trust is the key to working well with your partner.
Samuel Yeats serves up
Ultra Serve CEO and founder, Samuel Yeats, was 16 when he began his entrepreneurial journey.
Technology is a buzz word, but why does it matter?
These Entrepreneurs talk about how technology is at the forefront of everything that they do.
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