Many of the world’s most exciting innovations come from universities. Your ideas, innovations and research could form the foundation of a successful startup.
Increasing the number of startup companies that successfully emerge from our University makes a real difference in scaling and sustaining positive societal impact.
Becoming a founder of a startup or a social venture can be a rewarding pathway, but it also requires significant commitment and an entrepreneurial mindset.
Early-stage founders typically need to consider things like securing IP, developing a business plan, incorporating the business, finding customers, exploring prototypes, raising funding and building a team.
Find out how you can create and grow a self-sustaining business with the support of the University.
Learn more about startups and social enterprises at the University. What are startups? How are they different to other companies or businesses? What are social purpose ventures?
Creating your own startup
Discover the different business elements you need to consider when creating your own startup and use our templates to make your journey easier.
Startup founder stories
Find out about some of our University startup success stories like Seer Medical and Synchron.
Explore entrepreneurial programs
Develop the entrepreneurial skills you need to establish and grow a startup. Explore the many programs available to help you translate your research via an entrepreneurial pathway.
Connect with us
Not sure where to start? We have experts who can help.
- If you have decided to create a startup company, our team of venture creators can guide you through the steps involved.
- If you’re just starting to explore the potential to translate your research, contact your faculty Business Development Manager.
First published on 6 March 2023.
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