The Seedlab Academy
The Seedlab Academy is the portal for online digital learning and resources to support training and distance teaching coaching and mentoring for the Seedlab Germinate Cultivate and Propagate Program.
The Seedlab Academy
The Seedlab Tasmania Incubator will provide over 200 Tasmanian startup food, drink, agri-food and agri-tourism businesses with training and support to help them become export-ready. Seelab involves a best-practice program from experienced topic specialists from all over the world, on a wide range of topics; plus coaching from local, national and global experts, and much, much more.
Due to global issues facing the world in early 2020, there has never been a greater need for the services of Seedlab Tasmania for small, early stage businesses in regional areas like Tasmania. Thus Seedlab needs to go online with our digital content sooner rather than later, and in a greater capacity than originally planned.
The Seedlab Tasmania training program is currently being potted up, hothoused and trellised to provide a depth and breadth of rich online content for businesses to access flexibly, as needed: The Seedlab Academy.
The core of the online Seedlab Academy Program will still cover the same topics. It will still be delivered within a similar timeframe. It will still have the same concept of three cohort groups, plus Propagate. We originally planned to provide core content and coaching support via face-to-face contact where appropriate – because sometimes the most important outcomes arise spontaneously or via a casual chat. Coaching will be provided via email, telephone, and face-to-face digital platforms. Networking and casual chats will be facilitated by optional Zoom hook-ups. When we can revert to face-to-face events, we will still host the resources here for Alumni of Seedlab to access.
The Seedlab Academy will arise shortly – and this is the page where eligible, registered Seedlab Startup businesses can access the program.
Dr Louise Grimmer’s Shopology
Dr Louise Grimmer, Lecturer in Marketing at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, University of Tasmania with some advice for small Tasmanian Businesses in the current climates (the full interview is available to Seedlab Alumni).