Meet CERI’s first Concept to Creation cohort for 2022

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The Concept to Creation cohort. Image – CERI.

A few weeks ago the CERI – Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation welcomed key players across the WA startup ecosystem to celebrate their first Concept to Creation cohort for 2022.

The night saw four startups pitching; Scott Wovodich, Founder of Over 3 Oceans, Rasoul Hejazi, Founder of digitAiS, Michael Jones, Chief Scientific Advisor of Green Blueprint Pty Ltd and Isabella Hughes, Co-Founder of WasteLink.

The evening saw an esteemed judging panel consisting of Complete Home Filtration’s Suzanne Dodds, Bass Group’s Toby Swingler and Andy Lamb, who has recently joined CERI as their Customer Development Masterclass Program Facilitator.

Over 3 Ocean’s Scott Wovodich won the ‘People’s Choice’ award.

Scott Wovodich pitching Over 3 Oceans

“Taking part in CERI’s Concept to Creation program was an opportunity to advance my business knowledge and broaden my communications skills,” Scott told Startup News.

Being a part of the presentation night and Winning the people’s awards was a great chance for me to feel what it’s like to be infront a group of professional to express my concept and give everyone an idea of where I am heading towards my goals.

Scott Wovodich, Over 3 Oceans

“Through the help of CERI and all the speakers involved, I now have a clear vision in mind of where Over 3 Oceans will be in the next 5 years.”

A Design Thinking session involving LEGO which the cohort participated in a few months ago. Image – CERI.

CERI’s 11 week Customer Development Masterclass, to be facilitated by Andy Lamb, will begin on 12 September.

The second Concept to Creation cohort will commence September 1. For more information about the program click here.