Welcome to our regular column on the important things to see and do for the ANZ startup community, brought to you by the director of the Spark festivalMaxine Sherin.
She chooses 3 things that are worth putting in the agenda for the coming week.
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Wednesday, February 7, 4:00 PM ACDT
University of Adelaide
The Climate Salad show is coming to Adelaide!
Here’s one for South Australian Climate Tech companies and for companies, SMEs and government agencies looking to accelerate their transition to Net Zero using local opportunities.
Discover and meet the founders building great Climate Tech with pitches and a demo room so you can see some of these products and solutions in action.
Thu, February 8, 12:00 AEDT
Sydney Startup hub
High-growth founders typically interact with a range of business experts, consultants, growth mentors, and advisors as they progress through each successive stage of growth.
Leveraging the value these experts can bring to your startup through an advisory board or structure, and having the flexibility to customize that structure as needed to suit your purposes, can be a valuable asset, not to mention a very cost-effective way to those experts around you. It is even more important to ensure that this structure is safe, impactful and actually delivers value.
Hear all about the possibilities and pitfalls of Louise Broekman from the Centrum Adviesraad.
Thu, February 7, 1:00 PM AEDT
It can be a difficult process to get your concept out of your head and into a formal company.
Hear from Empiraa’s Ash Brown, who has successfully run the same circuit, and get some great tips you can use in your own practice.
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