Take your idea to the next level
EnergyLab's Springboard Program helps clean energy entrepreneurs refine their business idea and map the path to launching their company
What the Springboard Program involves
The Springboard Program is a one day workshop held at EnergyLab, followed by coaching sessions to help you stay on track
Over the course of the day we will help you refine your business plan, estimate the size of your potential market and develop a plan for testing your assumptions and gaining traction
After the workshop you will meet with a business coach to discuss your progress against your plan and adjust it if necessary
How to apply
Applying is quick and easy
Online application
The first step is to fill out a short online application form.
Phone interview
We may organise a phone interview to get to know you better and learn more about your idea.
If we feel you are a good fit for the program, we will offer you a place in the next workshop.
Here are some of the questions we're commonly asked. If there is anything else you would like to know please email [email protected].
Where is the program located?
The workshop will be held at EnergyLab in Sydney. Coaching sessions may be conducted at EnergyLab or over the phone.
Do I need team members to apply?
No. If you have team members or co-founders then please bring them along, but we're happy to work with individuals too.
I'm working on <insert technology>, can I apply?
Possibly! We take a very broad view of clean energy, and include any technology that is required in a world powered by 100% renewable sources. Please send us an email and we'll tell you for sure.
How much does it cost?
Nothing! The Springboard Program is completely free, including all food and drinks provided during the workshop.
When will the next workshop be held?
The next workshop is currently scheduled for 10am to 7pm on Thursday 7 December 2017. However, if there is enough interest we will run one earlier than that.
I live overseas - can I apply?
No sorry, we're currently only accepting applications from people currently living in Australia.
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