In tandem with the launch of its E6 and E7 smartphones, Nokia has launched a free online book featuring the stories of seven successful Australian entrepreneurs as well as a must-win mentoring competition.
The online book ‘In Hindsight: What 7 entrepreneurs learned on their journey to success,’ is available now for free download at nokia.com.au/inhindsight
It features insight from Jaimie Fuller of SKINS; Will Young of Campos Coffee; Marcus Blackmore of Blackmores; Abigail Forsyth of KeepCup; Sculpture by the Sea’s David Handley; Hayden Cox of Haydenshapes Surfboards; Shelley Barrett of ModelCo; and a foreword from Rip Curl founders Brian Singer and Doug Warbrick
Nokia has designed the book to give to give aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals, startups and fast growth SMBs an honest and insightful look at what it takes to be successful.
The seven entrepreneurs talk openly about the hard work, personal tolls and risks they have taken to get to where they are today. They offer advice and tips for success and finish with a note to their startup self, revealing things they wish they’d known when starting out.
In tandem with the book launch, Nokia is offering Australian entrepreneurs the chance to be mentored by the CEO of global sportswear company SKINS, Jaimie Fuller. The person behind the winning business idea will also receive $10,000 and a Nokia E7 smartphone
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