Fish Tank nets new young entrepreneurs

Published on 14 June 2024


Finalists delivered three-minute pitches about their business ideas for the chance to win more than $2,000 in cash prizes plus business mentoring packages.

In the 12 to 17-year-old category, the first prize of $500 cash plus business mentoring went to Samuel for his business concept Red Blue School Lunches.

Second prize, with $300 cash plus mentoring, was awarded to Lily for her Green Glow Beauty products.

In the 18 to 25 year-old category, first prize of $500 cash, plus entry into South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme program, went to Magnus for his invention Serenity Stick.

Second place, with a prize of $300 cash plus business mentorship, was awarded to Lauren for her business idea Decorise.

Winners of the RAA Sustainability Award, with a prize of $500 cash plus further business mentoring, went to India and Lucy for their creations, Fruity Bliss Designs.

Congratulations to all the finalists for their excellent, super-confident pitches!

Many thanks and congratulations to all our judges too, who included Elisa Luck (SA Business Chamber), Lisa Hall (RAA), Vivienne Pitman (Tilbrook Rasheed Chartered Accountants) and Zoe Tiffin (Know My Fit).

The night was emceed by Eloise Hall, Managing Director of Taboo, a young entrepreneur in her own right. Eloise was one of Unley’s first-ever Fish Tank winners along with business partner Isobel Marshall.

And a huge thankyou to the generous sponsorship and assistance of peak transport industry body RAA, Tilbrook Rasheed Chartered Accountants, SA Department of Industry Innovation and Science, SA Business Chamber, and the Rotary Club of Unley.

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