Virgin supreme Branson backs UniSA’s indigenous programme
The University of South Australia has announced that Sir Richard Branson, founder and supremo of the Virgin Group, is to give an address at the University of South Australia,
Branson will address UniSA on 8 May
The event, given to celebrate the Uni's partnership with the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, takes place on 8 May.
Announcing the talk, on leadership and entrepreneurship, the Univeristy said the address by Branson was “a rare and exciting event” and would be “a most inspiring occasion.”
Founder Jack Manning Bancroft and UniSA Vice Chancellor Professor David Lloyd will also speak in support of AIME.
Last week Singapore Airlines became the largest shareholder in Branson’s Virgin Australia in a $122 million acquisition of 255 million shares.