Kristian enjoys celebrating a year of helping the Adelaide startup community through working with Thinclab! He had a wonderful time watching the startups and mentors grow over the past 12 months and looks forward to seeing everyone grow and flourish over years to come.
Minister Speirs has expressed his support for the tourism agenda, telling operators that ‘we have your back’ at the Nature-based Tourism Industry Business breakfast, one of the featured events at last week’s SA Tourism Conference. Yvette added, ‘I really enjoyed the ‘Failing Forward’ talk by Kristian Livolsi. It encouraged me to want to keep pushing with access in parks, as I feel that is my purpose in the department.’ https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/the-weekly/articles/sa-tourism-conference
The University of Adelaide’s Entrepreneur in Residence Kristian Livolsi will draw on his life experience to demonstrate how failure can be powerful tool for renewal and positive change.
We have news! Kristian Livolsi has joined the ThincLab team as our inaugural Entrepreneur in Residence. Welcome Kristian! - Thinclab https://www.facebook.com/thinclabADL/posts/we-have-news-kristian-livolsi-has-joined-the-thinclab-team-as-our-inaugural-entr/1657409990991182/
The University of Adelaide's ThincLab has appointed its first Entrepreneur in Residence to provide mentorship, inspiration and advice to locally based start-up companies. Adelaide entrepreneur Kristian Livolsi – who has experienced both the soaring highs and devastating lows of the business world – will apply his knowledge and leadership skills to the role of Entrepreneur in Residence at ThincLab Adelaide. https://www.adelaide.edu.au/news/news97043.html
'I think people are gutless' Mr Livolsi does not mince words when he talks about why he believed it took two and a half years for Mr Kolberg to gain employment. "People have stereotypes