Our Courses

ThincLab supports founders at the key start-up stages, from ideation and validation, through to traction, scaling and expansion.

ThincLab provides start-ups with a dynamic space and community in which to nurture ideas, develop entrepreneurial skills and knowledge, and facilitate valuable connections and networks with mentors, investors, and experienced entrepreneurs. ThincLab is open to students, staff, alumni and the wider community.

Students

Australian eChallenge

The Australian eChallenge is an entrepreneurship program where you create, develop, assess and action your ideas. It provides the tools, interaction opportunities and mentorship needed to begin your entrepreneurial story.

Australian eChallenge

Tech eChallenge

The Tech eChallenge is a program that takes you through the process of forming a tech-based idea, assessing its potential and then devising a way to create it.

Tech eChallenge

ThincAg

ThincAg is an AgTech innovation competition that aims to inculcate the spirit of entrepreneurship, divergent thinking and innovation in students at the University of Adelaide.

ThincAg

ThincFast

ThincFast is for students that have an innovative idea, yet do not have capacity in their studies to complete the above programs. This program will give you an introduction to ideation, validation and pitching.

ThincFast

Startups

ThincSprint

The ThincSprint is for individuals who have a detailed idea and strategy for launching your business and have developed a Minimum Viable Product. You have a strong value proposition and a clear understanding of your potential customers.

ThincSprint

ThincStart

The ThincStart program is tailored to companies who are in the early stages of their venture. 

ThincStart

ThincScale

The ThincScale program is for companies who have achieved product-market fit and are looking to scale up. These companies have customers and revenue and wanting to expand.

ThincScale

ThincGrowth

The Growth program is for more advanced companies who require a more sophisticated support as they look to expand and eventually exit the ThincLab. 

ThincGrowth