Fish Tank – Youth Entrepreneurship Program Entries

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06/03/2019 all-day

This is a recurring event:

07/03/2019; 08/03/2019; 09/03/2019; 10/03/2019; 11/03/2019; 12/03/2019; 13/03/2019; 14/03/2019; 15/03/2019; 16/03/2019; 17/03/2019; 18/03/2019

Submit online
Unley SA 5061
The City of Unley
8372 5111


The City of Unley are “fishing” for entrepreneurs with entries now open for the return of popular youth program Fish Tank.

The project is a take on the popular television show ‘Shark Tank’ in which aspiring entrepreneur
contestants make business presentations to a panel of professionals.

Panel members include a representative from Business SA, a previous winner, an entrepreneur expert and Unley Mayor Michael Hewitson.

The business ideas chosen will win the opportunity to be mentored by a professional for 12 months, in addition to a seed investment towards their business.

Entries are open until March 18. For more information, visit:

What is the prize package?

12 – 17 years category
1st Prize – Futurepreneurs Launchpad mentoring package facilitated by entrepreneurship educator Sasha Dragovelic, including two x 2 hour mentoring sessions (valued at $650) + a complimentary place in the Business SA Youth Entrepreneur Workshop to be run in May 2019 at Business SA (valued at $300) + $500 seed money.
2nd Prize – $ 300 seed money.

18 – 25 years category
1st Prize – Business SA SAYES (South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme) 12 month workshop and mentoring program valued at ($1,200) + two complimentary tickets to a 2019 Business SA Chamber Networking Event + $500 seed money.
2nd Prize – $300 seed money.

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