News & Events
eiSpeaker Series: Inspiring Entrepreneurship
18th March 2019 to 13th May 2019
Supporting a new Masters level unit, “Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, eiHub invites 5 charismatic and dynamic entrepreneurs to address contemporary challenges and share with students, their insights on opportunity, passion and challenges on how they leverage their opportunities into creating a successful enterprise.
MoneyMatch – eiHub Fintech Business Challenge Workshop
5th April 2019
Ideate, test, iterate and scale! Playing a role as part of a Fintech startup growth team, participants are challenged to provide ideas to scale Fintech products and solutions to be more accessible and appealing to users from different generations. Students work in teams and learnt from mentors and facilitators to provide ideas, backed by data and facts, and were given constructive feedback on how to improve on presentation and pitching skills.
Design Thinking In Entrepreneurship
23rd February 2018
A one day DT workshop, applying human-centric methodology and process to creative problem solving.
The topic of the day was to look to “Cashless at Monash”
Design Thinking In Entrepreneurship
3rd - 4th April 2018
Encouraging students to collaborate in teams to solve problems using scientific thinking to achieve purposeful and meaningful outcomes. Ideate, Validate, Prototype and Pitch on “How to turn consumer products into smart products”
eiSpeaker Series: The Entrepreneurial Spirit: Are Entrepreneurs born or made
24th April 2018
In this age of automation and digital revolution, entrepreneurship has become a key driver of economic growth and development. While many countries are establishing national entrepreneurship ecosystems to nurture entrepreneurial thinking through education, many argue that entrepreneurs are a special breed, and are born with specific entrepreneurial DNA. Is it Nature or Nurture?
On the Edge Talks: Enterprises in the Digital Age
24th May 2018
FAVE & DAHMAKAN
Embracing digital disruption with open arms among agile and innovative enterprises today. What does it mean to be an entrepreneur in today’s fast-evolving landscape? An evening session with Joel Neoh and Christian Edelmann as they takes us on an inspiring journey on what it means to be an entrepreneur in today’s digital age.
Launch of eiHub’s Consultation & Advisory Sessions
23 July 2018
Have a burning question on entrepreneurship? We offer Monash students, staff and alumni the opportunity to connect with an Advisor to discuss ideas, challenges and how to move forward.
Launch of eiHub’s Incubation Workspace
6th August 2018
Create, build, share, or simply hangout with like-minded individuals who aspire to be innovative and wants to work on entrepreneurial projects. Meet mentors, advisors or form alliances and partnerships to support and help progress your ideas into impactful and successful enterprises.
On the Edge Talks: Technopreneurs 2K18
6th September 2018
GAMEKA & INSPIDEA
Andrew Ooi and Narishvin Sukumaran share with staff, students and community on opportunities, strategies and success in building a technology intensive enterprise in the area of animation and gamification.
eiHub Women Entrepreneurs Bazaar
15th October 2018
In conjunction with our support of the Women Entrepreneurship Week with Montclair State University, to honor the resourcefulness and talents of women entrepreneurs all around the world, students and staff spend a fun-filled day engaging with 35 women vendors at a bazaar on campus.
On the Edge Talks: Women Entrepreneurs: Agents of Change
16th October 2018
PICHA PROJECT & COFFEEZONE
An inspiring and captivating session from Yuet Kim Lim and Caroline Fong on Social Enterprises, sharing their insight and experiences to issues on empowerment, gender expectations, inequality and stereotyping in the business environment.
29th October 2018
80 secondary school students aged 15-16 years start the morning with a 30 minute Muay Thai experience, then working with facilitators and mentors on learning tools to create, implement and grow a business plan and finally, pitch their business ideas to a panel of industry professionals.
UnConference - Technology for a New World
24th November 2018
Advances in new technology are blurring the boundaries between people, the internet and the physical world. Autonomous driven vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Virtual Reality (VR) and 3D printing are transforming how we live and work. The UnConference diverges from a conventional structured program towards a participant driven event. Participants are given the opportunity to drive the discussion, allowing greater freedom of movement and exchange of ideas with an informal peer to-peer sharing and learning sessions on topics to explore, hear and even witness how this convergence of the digital, physical and biological spheres is impacting entire industries and economies, and even challenges our notion of what it means to be human
Startup Weekend – SWKL @ Monash (Youth Edition)
30th November 2018 to 3rd December 2018
An event centered on action, innovation, and education with the aim to provide an opportunity for individuals to transform their ideas into action. 51 young aspiring entrepreneurs connected and met professional mentors and industry leaders with complementary skills and passion to guide and work with over an entire weekend, developing entrepreneurial mindset and skills towards launching their startups.
Young Sustainability Innovators Award 2017
5th September 2017
Final Judging and Winners Award Ceremony was attended by 120 secondary school students, teachers and Industry guests.
The programme by MPMA-Chevron Phillips Chemical involved a recyclables innovation competition in which students built a working prototype of their innovation using recyclable materials. SMK La Salle, Petaling Jaya, claimed the Challenge Trophy with their invention of an Automatic Pet Feeder, using basic counterweight system to dispense pet food into a feeding bowl.
On the Edge Talks: Enterprise for People and Planet: Malaysian Perspective
5th October 2017
VIVA STARFISH & BIJI BIJI
Jerryson Abraham Doss and Rashvin Pal Singh shares their experiences on how social enterprises can have a sustainable impact on social and environmental issues. Their personal journeys highlighted the many motivational barriers that prevent individuals from taking social action as well as the organizational obstacles in setting up and running a social enterprise.
“Improving Health and Social Care Management in Malaysia: Learning from Global Experience”
28th – 30th November 2017
eiHub collaborates with Monash University Australia and Global Asia in the 21st Century (GA21) in a conference and workshop that brings together international and local policy-makers, practitioners and researchers to share insights from around the world and to discuss the challenges, opportunities and innovation on the Malaysian health and social care sectors.