Webinar: 'Breakfast at Noon' with Aaya Hakeem - Co-Founder, CEO at PhysiPal
In a time of uncertainty, learning to adapt to change and being innovative is the key to success. In this monthly series, we invite you to join a conversation with those who are ensuring learning to adapt and continue to grow is of a top priority especially during a time of the unknown. Breakfast at Noon is an informal way get into the minds of entrepreneurs and change-makers and learn how being creative, innovative and an opportunist can help you succeed.
- Wednesday 17 March 2021 12:00 pm until Wednesday 17 March 2021 12:00 pm (Add to calendar)
- Lauren Giusti - Program and Engagement Coordinator, La Trobe Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Presented by:
- Marcus Powe and Jaxon Hickey
- Type of Event:
Aaya Hakeem - Co-Founder, CEO at PhysiPal
Aaya is a practising physiotherapist with a passion for improving movement and mobility.
Having studied biomedical science and gaining some insight into the business of medicine, Aaya entered my physiotherapy degree where she gained experience in orthopaedic rehabilitation. Realising the massive opportunities to improve patient management in this space, Aaya went on to complete her final year project into finding a potential solution.
This pursuit has evolved into PhysiPal, a solution changing the way we support patients to be more active after a knee replacement.
Marcus founded EIC Growth Pty Ltd to assist CEO's and leaders implement, embed and measure creativity and innovation systems that result in enterprising behaviours.
He specialises in the growth of for profit and not for profit organisations that operate in the turbulence of national and international market places.
Marcus has twice been awarded by the Business and Higher Education Round table as Australia's Best Entrepreneurial Educator and for sustained excellence in collaboration between business and universities in Australia.
At the end of each event, you will be hearing from Jaxon Hickey who will provide 'The Jaxon 5', the top 5 takeaways and tips from the conversation.
Jaxon Hickey has been involved in and led entrepreneurship activities as a founder, educator and director across large global markets.
In his current position as Director of Global Strategy and International Operations, he leads the International expansion of a New Zealand based software company into the North American markets.
He also educates entrepreneurship and innovation across two leading Universities in Sydney and Melbourne.
La Trobe University, Melbourne Campus