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Today we are excited to announce that Mannkal Economic Education Foundation has entered into a strategic alliance with the Centre for Entrepreneurial Research and Innovation (CERI).

Founder and Executive Chairman Charlie Bass says that “CERI’s vision is to secure a diversified and sustainable economic future for WA powered by cutting-edge talent and technology commercialisation.”

CERI’s commitment to opening up career pathways for future generations is aimed at lifting our great state beyond its current focus on resource development.

This commitment is manifest in CERI’s cutting-edge programs which have been developed through consultation with MIT, Stanford, The Kauffman Foundation and other leading institutions, programs that are a natural fit for our Mannkal Scholars and Mannkal Alumni.

This new alliance will mean that Mannkal Scholars can participate in CERI programs, expanding their Leadership Development Program to include entrepreneurial mindset training, granting them “exposure to the language and tools of early-stage business” and where they will “learn to develop and commercialise their ideas into high-impact startups.”

Further to that, CERI’s programs are run at their inspirational facilities in Nedlands.

We will be making further announcements in the coming weeks detailing our exciting new partnership which will yield excellent opportunities for both CERI and Mannkal Alumni.

CERI’s Media Announcement is available here.

Mannkal’s programs are based on Austrian Economics, which is relevant to today’s fragile economies. Ludwig von Mises, one of the most important economists of the Austrian School, once said:

“There is no means of avoiding the final collapse of a boom brought about by credit expansion. The alternative is only whether the crisis should come sooner as the result of voluntary abandonment of further credit expansion, or later as a final and total catastrophe of the currency system involved.”


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