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Lemonade Stand was founded by two Melbourne entrepreneurs with a passion for helping people create more positive impact in the world by giving them the methods and tools required to innovate more effectively.
The program was born out of Collective Campus, an innovation hub, school and consultancy based in Melbourne’s CBD, established to help people and organisations adopt the mindsets, methods and tools required to successfully explore new business models and disruptive innovation in an era of rapid change and increasing uncertainty.
Steve developed the Lemonade Stand curriculum and oversees ongoing development and delivery of the program.
Steve is the CEO of Collective Campus and aside from being an innovation consultant and workshop facilitator, he is a keynote speaker on innovation, authored The Innovation Manager’s Handbook and hosts Future², an iTunes chart topping podcast on corporate innovation and entrepreneurship.
He previously founded HOTDESK, an online office sharing platform that raised $150,000 and worked for the likes of Ernst & Young, KPMG, Macquarie Bank, the Victorian Auditor General’s Office and Dun & Bradstreet.
“With up to 60% of today’s jobs subject to being replaced in the next 10 to 15 years, kids can’t afford not to learn entrepreneurial thinking. We are fast moving away from the industrial age and find ourselves in the information age - what employers value most is adaptability, critical thinking and the ability to effectively leverage information, technology and people to solve problems and create new value in the world.”
Sean co-founded Collective Campus and previously founded two coworking spaces for high growth technology startups - Collins Collective and Queens Collective, which collectively saw hundreds of startups as members.
At Collective Campus, Sean oversees the educational programs and startup community - drawing on his past experience of managing a private institute of 500 students. Sean was one of the original founders of Australia’s first VR industry body.
Sean also has a background in events management, having co-founded a company which toured events all over Australia, including Think Inc, which saw the likes of Neil deGrasse Tyson visit Australia for the first time.
“Teaching kids entrepreneurship helps them develop their critical thinking to tackle not just business problems but everyday problems. Entrepreneurial mindsets and tools help them better understand how the school curriculum actually matters in the real world. This fosters more engaged students and better learning outcomes.”
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