Young innovator is UQ’s first Chief Student Entrepreneur

13 Feb 2018

The University of Queensland has appointed a Chief Student Entrepreneur to inspire and mentor young innovators.

Third-year economics student Ben Coughlin, a successful entrepreneur in his own right, is the first person to hold the position.

The newly created Chief Student Entrepreneur role sits within the UQ Idea Hub, a startup pre-incubator that connects young innovators with mentors, and provides workshops and learning experiences to entrepreneurially minded students.

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