We are all well aware that the future of business is digital.
And whilst not many of us in small business really know what a digital strategy even is - let alone have one mapped out for our businesses - the next generation of business leaders won't ever know business without it.
- How can we encourage technology creativity in our kids?
- What does it take to foster an entrepreneurial mindset in a more uncertain world?
- What are the skills that we, today's business leaders, can learn from the next generation?
For any business owner/parent, this is a Breakfast at Sunrise that is not to be missed!
The tech-head prodigy behind BOP Industries, Scott Millar, is a young entrepreneur taking the world by storm.
Compared to a young Steve Jobs after turning a year nine school project into a thriving business, Scott has deferred university to run BOP Industries full time, now with a growing presence across the world.
BOP Industries is a Brisbane-based holographic projections startup creating holograms for the event industry and running workshops to teach students about technology with a focus on creativity.
Scott and his team are on a mission to inspire the next generation of digital creators and encourages students to think ‘entrepreneur’ when it comes to their future.