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Entrepreneurial insight

Bond University Entrepreneurship students got a direct insight into the minds of three successful coffee entrepreneurs at a recent guest lecture.

Nick Pearce from Blackboard Specialty Coffee, Dean Highland from Barefoot Barista and Nerissa McCluskey from Commune all took time away from running their coffee businesses to share their experience with the undergraduate students.

The three all happen to be either current or former Bondies and were happy to give back to the next generation of entrepreneurs.

In an open panel format, students were invited to ask questions about any aspect of the entrepreneurial ventures. Topics discussed ranged from finance and staffing through to coffee bean selection and decor.

All three shared about their love for the product and the importance of this in running their business.

This is just one example of how our entrepreneurship students learn the insights that may one day help them launch their own business empire.

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