YOUR PATH TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
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Excelinc is Australia’s startup school for entrepreneurs. It’s a place to come and build your own business, with the help and tutelage of our experienced mentors, whilst gaining a formal qualification. This qualification and the credits you earn can then be used as a pathway, with advanced standing, to university in the future.
You will be personally mentored on your journey by business leaders and mentors, including our founder, Brett Whitford.
Brett Whitford is a founder of three ASX listed companies. His latest Initial Public Offering Listed on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2013. When he left the company it had a market capitalisation of over $700 million he remains its biggest shareholder despite selling over 65% of his shares as part of his exit strategy.
Brett Whitford was Executive Director of the Customer Service Institute of Australia for 16 years. As a strategic customer service expert, Brett advised some of the worlds leading organisations and government departments.
He was appointed to the position of Adjunct Professor at UTS in the Faculty of Business in 2012.
Brett went to Merrylands High School in Sydney’s West growing up in housing commission rentals before he joined the Royal Australian Air Force directly at age 17 before moving into politics and publishing.
He created his first startup, Beaumont Publishing House, aged 21.
He has written five bestselling business books published by his first company Beamont Publishing House, jointly with international publishing giant Prentice Hall. His expertise makes him a sought after speaker at international conferences with regular lectures and appearances on television and radio.
Brett wrote Australia’s first Strategic Customer Service Management MBA unit for Deakin University.
He has been Secretary General of the International Council of Customer Service Organisations since 2003.
Brett has launched the Whitford Foundation for Education a private, charitable scholarship fund for underprivileged students.