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Unbound announced as a Business of Tomorrow

  • Written by Jenny Hassam


Unbound, a global education social enterprise, was honoured to be recognised as one of Australia and New Zealand’s ‘Businesses of Tomorrow’ by Westpac on Friday. The prestigious annual list was designed to reward and recognise the top 200 businesses with the drive to shape Australia’s future.

 

The accolade was awarded to Unbound based on demonstrating a clear purpose and vision, deeply understanding their customer’s needs and having the capability to meet tomorrow’s challenges.

 

Unbound create and deliver some of the world's best international education programs in conjunction with world-leading Australian universities. 

 

The immersive and engaging programs across Vietnam, Thailand, Nepal and India offer learning, connection and growth opportunities for emerging leaders says Unbound CEO, Julian O’Shea.

 

“At Unbound, we’re looking to inspire and influence the next generation of leaders to be socially conscious, globally aware and sensitive of the impact their thinking and actions can have on communities and the environment.

 

“Our team is passionate about providing exceptional learning experiences for students to undertake real-world innovation projects, but in a way that Is locally-led, authentic and with a strong sense of humility, as opposed to “voluntourism”.

“It is truly amazing to see young people affecting change at grassroots level, while watching them grow as global citizens in front of your very own eyes.


O’Shea will now attend a tailored three-day program at Melbourne Business School, Australia’s No. 1 executive educator as part of the reward for being a Business of Tomorrow.

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