The Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur “Adopt-a-Chief” program assisted Queensland-based startups to leverage the practical knowledge and experience of the third Queensland Chief Entrepreneur, Leanne Kemp. The successful startup had the opportunity to spend the day with The Chief to brainstorm ideas, solve challenges, ask specific questions and receive practical advice.
The first four rounds of the Adopt-a-Chief were hugely successful with She Maps, Sobah, Album Registry and Grow Logic as the first startups in the program to benefit from dedicated time Leanne Kemp. Find out more about the businesses below.
Adopt-a-Chief Round 1, 2019
She Maps was the first recipient of the Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur's Adopt-a-Chief Program. The Cairns-based company has plans to put themselves on the map with their drone education program for girls.
Adopt-a-Chief Round 2, 2019
Sobah Beverages produces Australia’s only locally brewed, non-alcoholic craft beer infused with bush tucker ingredients. Simultaneously, the company raises money to establish holistic drug and alcohol healing programs.
The Gold Coast company was chosen as the second recipient of the Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur’s Adopt-a-Chief Program in 2019.
Adopt-a-Chief Round 3, 2019
Cairns-based company Album Registry was chosen as the third recipient of the Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur’s Adopt-a-Chief program.
Album Registry helps professional photographers from around the globe generate additional revenue and referrals with the use of online gift registries. They help everyone afford the professional photographer of their dreams and provide a beautiful gift giving experience.
Adopt-a-Chief Round 1, 2020
Ipswich company Grow Logic was chosen as the fourth recipient of the Office of the Queensland Chief Entrepreneur Adopt-a-Chief program.
Grow Logic is an agtech startup that focuses on solutions dealing with labour and harvest management.