Join Australia's best informed in business, Ticky Fullerton (Journalist, Presenter, Australian Broadcasting Corporation) and Michael Stutchbury (Editor in Chief, The Australian Financial Review) in a unique presentation predicting sectors of disruption, growth, opportunity and areas to back and avoid.
Tickets can be purchased online www.eventbrite.com.au
Developer positions can earn a great salary and give more flexibility and work-life balance that many other industries.
In an effort to get more women in Sydney interested in coding and empowered to pursue the work they love General Assembly is partnering with several organisations to host a night of coding and fellowship. Come hear a quick panel of a few of our favourite female developers tell how they got in the industry, what the day to day looks like, which language to learn and then try your hand at writing your first line of code! Do you have what it takes?
We think you do!
For more information and to RSVP follow this link: http://ga.co/ilooklikeadevelopersyd
Ps. For all women who are already into tech or know how to code please bring a female friend or two who should learn more about coding or get more involved in the Tech industry. Our goal with #ilooklikeadeveloper is to demystify Tech and get 500 women to write their first line of code by the end of the year!
You're invited to the next meetup with the founders of Refraction Media, Karen Taylor-Brown and Heather Catchpole. They’ll chat to Sally-Ann Williams about the decision to start Refraction Media, their journey so far and all the lessons they’ve learned along the way. The interview will be followed by audience Q&A.
Connecting & networking is an integral part of our Female Founders Meetups and there will be food & drink to help fuel your conversations.
To find out more, check out the web site here:
PROJECT FUTURES is an Australian based not for profit organisation working to working to end human trafficking and slavery by empowering individuals to take action in their communities. All funds raised on the night will go towards transforming and restoring the lives of those affected by, or at risk of, human trafficking in Cambodia.
Ticket price includes canapés, 3 course meal, drinks and entertainment. To find out more about the event and to purchase tickets head to: www.projectfutures.iwannaticket.com.au
So grab your friends and join them for a night full of food, drinks and dancing all for a good cause!
Australian start-up incubator Tech Pilot Fund are hosting a weekend-long hackathon event in Sydney with a difference – applicants will be hand-picked on merit, will consist of an equal representation of men and women, and will be tasked with solving a challenge for charity in addition to developing their own start-up ideas.
The event is the initiative of Tech Pilot Fund founder and CEO Simon Anquetil to help foster a healthy start-up scene in Australia and reinforce the crucial role of women in the tech industry.
Contestants will be competing against each other to build and pitch the best tech-based startup idea, with a main prize of $15k going to the winning team.
A secondary prize of $15k will be awarded to the team who is able to best respond to a challenge put forward by Batyr. The startup with the best solution to the batyr challenge will win the $15k prize either on its own, or in conjunction with the main prize.
Taking place at the Rydges Camperdown from the 1st of September, contestants will be locked in together for an entire weekend to work on their ideas in the company of high-level investors and representatives from the tech industry, as well as over 10 keynote speakers who will be there to offer guidance and advice to teams.
To find out more, check out the web site here:
This month, our guests will be leading women tech entrepreneurs in a previously male-dominated tech scene.
You're invited to join the fun in a pub audience for an exciting "behind the scenes" view of Lunaticks LIVE!
Hosted by Olivia Olley and Greg Hall.
Guests: Gunilla Burrowes director of Eighteen04, Anne-Laure Peaucelle co-founder of Hunter Ventures, and Amelia Dawson founder of The Health Cocktail
Register to join our live broadcast audience and conversation here;
Juggling being a mum and a business can be tough and very isolating at times. The mumthly catching up mornings are all about supporting business mums as they start/grow their businesses with inspiration, networking and skill building. Come along to their mumthly catchup morning where you will:
• Meet other like-minded local business mums
• Map out your goals for the following month
• Be accountable for the goals you set
• Brainstorm business challenges you are experiencing
• Share resources and ideas
It does not matter what stage your business is at, how far along you are, or if you are thinking of starting a business and just want to meet like-minded people and bounce your ideas around.
They are holding the meeting in a child friendly environment so feel free to bring your children.
To find out more, check out the web site here:
Heads Over Heels' mission is to increase the representation of women entrepreneurs leading high growth businesses by introducing them to people, like you, who can make game-changing business connections. This event is by invitation only. If you would like to learn more about what we do or apply to pitch at one of our Events as a Portfolio CEO, please visit their website www.headsoverheels.com.au/contact us and click the Portfolio CEOs "To apply click here' link.
An event directed to Human Resources Professionals, Business Leaders and Consultants interested in understanding how to create brain-friendly cultures and lead more effectively in the Imagination Era.
Are you an aspiring female startup founder?
Do you want to spend a weekend surrounded by similarly-minded people like yourself, receiving guidance on how to take your first steps?
Then the first edition of our Weekends at Fishburners series is designed for you.
Weekends at Fishburners are a series of hackathon-style events, which aim to help different groups of aspiring startup founders take their first steps. You'll be surrounded by similarly-minded people, making connections, receiving mentorship, and being guided through a carefully planned schedule to refine and test your business ideas.
Our first event is targeting female founders exclusively. Future weekends we're planning will target experienced professionals looking for a career change, aspiring startup founders from regional locations, and many other potential founder types.
According to Startup Muster, 12% of Australia's startups were started at a hackathon, and as a not-for-profit charity dedicated to creating new startups, Fishburners aims to provide a safe, fun, educational and productive weekend for everyone involved, completely free of charge or obligations.
The event starts Friday 22nd July at 6:30pm and concludes Sunday 24th July 2016 at 6:00pm with participants learning how to use tools such as the business model canvas, customer discovery and how to create a minimum viable product to test their market.
Katherine Hawes is the founder of Aquarius Education. She is a lawyer with two dogs as office companions. She races cars in her spare time. She has practiced law for over 15 years, assisting small business grow and understand their legal responsibilities.
As well as running her own legal practice, Katherine combines her passion of law and education by lecturing at several universities across Australia. She is a popular speaker and also offers a range of legal training courses and workshops through Aquarius Education.
Katherine Hawes holds a degree in Maritime Law and has a unique perspective on fish farming. She is legal counsel for the Association of International Seafood Professionals, as well as a director for the World Aquaculture Society Asia-Pacific chapter.
Keep up to date with how the law affects your small business, as an owner or manager it is up to you to keep on top of the changes.
Join Inspiring Women at our lunch sessions where we lunch and learn.
Lunch includes 2 courses plus a glass of bubbles.
Cost for members $55.00 or visitors $65.00 - VIP members FREE
Want to grow your business?
Come along to our CorrecTED breakfast event to network with other businesses, share ideas and create value for your business.
3 Secrets For Marketing In A Digital World
Thomas Unwin, Founder and Marketing Strategist, Mogrify
Looking for ways to grow your customer base? Sick of cold calling? This month, our guest Marketing Guru, Tom Unwin will help cut through the clutter to focus on creatingSHARP inbound marketing strategies to drive customers to you!
Preparing Your Business For Sale...BUT Not Selling
Simon Havas, Director of Financial Planning, Rhodes Docherty
Have you ever considered what would happen if someone walked into your office and made an offer on your business? What shape is the business in for a prospective buyer? Are you able to articulate your revenue model, your technology, your culture?
Isn't The Cloud Just A Fancy Marketing Term?
Wayne Small, Technology Specialist, Correct Solutions
It's easy to get lost in all the fluff around cloud computing, but what is the cloud anyway? Is it secure? Which cloud is right for your business? Our Technology Specialist will debunk the myths around the cloud whether it's private, public, hybrid or community cloud with case studies helping you determine what is best for you.