Webinar recordings on demand

Missed one of our exciting and informative events or want to revisit a session you attended? You can now access previous event recordings and resources 24/7 on-demand.

You can also watch BEL alumni videos and webinars on the BEL faculty website or view upcoming Business School events.

This webinar will explore findings from new research on this unprecedented restriction of movement due to Covid-19 from the perspective of business and the environment.
Is becoming a Company Director one of your professional ambitions? With increasingly complex challenges and demands for greater transparency, it’s important to start preparing for your first board role now.
Dr Micheal Axelsen, Senior Lecturer in Business Information Systems, discusses essential practices both individuals and businesses can adopt to limit and prevent cyber security incidents.
Join Cameron Turner, Shaun Quade and Veronica Fil as they discuss Grounded Foods Co's innovative and entrepreneurial approach to reimagining plant based cheese.
Cameron Turner, UQ Business School Entrepreneur in Residence and Neena Mitter, discuss how Neena's research on developing clean technologies for the horticulture of tomorrow will change the future of agriculture.
Join Professor Stephen Gray from UQ Business School, Angela Karl from QIC, and Michel Mamet from Flagstaff Partners to discuss the effect of COVID-19 so far on financial markets, equity and debt market pricing, the cost of capital and capital access, and the effect on mergers and acquisitions.
Yasmina and her team are transforming the native Food and Agribusiness sector, converting traditional knowledge into branded products. What are the potentials of this, and how can this game-changing research make impact?
From idea to proof of concept, scale-up and global expansion: Paul's journey with Tritium is used to consider the balance between idea, team and strategy.
In this session, Cameron and Terry investigate the journey of raising capital and establishing product market fit pre-revenue, and reflect on Terry's experiences as a woman in the fields of engineering and entrepreneurship.
Cameron Turner and Mike Molinari, Managing Director of IP Group Australia, explore the processes used to make investment decisions for technology start-ups, and how to build an execution team and strategy.

Cameron Turner and Shae Quabba, Suncorp Design Anthropologist, use ethnography to observe and discover insights about customers to create products and services to thrive in the Decade of Disruption.

Dr Diane Harner, Founder of CleverMinds Consulting, discusses managing personal mental health in the aftermath of COVID-19.
Cameron Turner and Paul Bertsch, Queensland Chief Scientist, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
From driverless cars to Amazon’s advanced customer experiences – AI’s potential and value to organisations continues to make headlines. However, there is growing evidence and concern that the algorithms and data underpinning AI has the ability to produce bias and ethical injustice.
Cameron Turner and Leanne Kemp, Queensland Chief Entrepreneur, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
Cameron Turner and Rain Heimann, Entrepreneur in Residence for UQ Ventures, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
The power of the social enterprise lies in its ability to bring a human focus to everything it touches, empowering people to work productively with technology to create lasting value for themselves, their organizations, and society at large.
Cameron Turner and Phil Morle, Partner at Main Sequence Ventures, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
Forget business as usual. During times of global crisis and uncertainty, businesses and individuals are faced with both challenges and opportunities for the future. In this webinar, four leading UQ academics discuss our economic outlook and how you can adapt during times of crisis.
Cameron Turner and Tony Keating, CEO of ResApp, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
Cameron Turner and Jim Kalokerinos, serial entrepreneur, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.
Associate Professor Tim Kastelle talks about ideas that help to keep us focused on the things we need to do to thrive over the long-term.

Join Cameron Turner, Entrepreneur in Residence at UQ Business School, as he explains how you can identify a problem to solve, build a new business, or even launch new products, with an elevated chance of success.

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