Innovation Risk and Reward
EXPRESSWAY Network Forum is a lunchtime forum for board and senior management of innovative, high growth SMEs to share ideas, and learn from industry experts about disciplines essential to commercial success.
EXPRESSWAY Network forums will be held on the forth Wednesday of each monthly at the Microsoft Innovation Centre and other innovation centres and commercial incubators across Queensland.
The February key note address will be delivered by: Tim Kastelle
Tim Kastelle is Senior Lecturer in Innovation Management at the University of Queensland Business School. After graduating from Princeton University with a degree in economics, he worked for twelve years in senior positions in a variety of industries including radio, office equipment, industrial chemicals, higher education and software.Tim does research with and consults for both private and public organisations. Common projects include innovation reviews, aligning innovation with corporate strategy, improving innovation performance, innovation workshops, managing innovation as a process, business model development and network analysis.
The EXPRESSWAY Network member business case will be: Assessment Portal
Q&A session will address:
Q& A panel members will include:
Date: Wednesday 27 February 2013
Time: 11:15 am registration for 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Venue: Microsoft Innovation Centre, Lvl 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane (Cnr Turbot St - only a stroll from Roma Street station)
Cost: No cost
RSVP: Friday 22 February 2013 (Places at this event are strictly limited)
Registration: Please use this link ‘EXPRESSWAY’ or email your RSVP to email@example.com .
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Securing funding for your start up is a major challenge for emerging companies.
Understanding your funding options and how to maximise your chances of
successful early stage capital raising are key to achieving your growth strategy.
At our upcoming event, PwC’s Emerging Company Services team will explain
how the Australian early stage funding landscape has changed and will guide
you through a number of key methods of obtaining funding for your business in
a difficult capital raising market, including:
• angel funding
• venture capital funding,
• accelerator funding; and
• R&D Tax Incentive
In Sydney you will also hear directly from Richard Dale of Sydney Angels and
Sydney Angels Sidecar Fund (Australia’s first sidecar fund), and in Melbourne
from Tim Heasley of Sydney Angels Sidecar Fund and Artesian Venture
Partners, about what they look for when deciding to invest in a start-up.
To register your attendance, please click on the following link:
We look forward to seeing you there.
PwC’s Emerging Company Services team has the skills and experience to help your
emerging company realise its vision. We act for Australia’s leading venture, capital
firms, angel groups, incubators and accelerators Our team comprises a unique
mix of venture capital lawyers, tax advisors, R&D specialists, strategy experts
and a corporate finance capability to deliver ‘big end of town’ support to start up
companies. Many of our high profile household-name clients were once emerging
Does your start-up need funding to grow?
Thursday 28 February, 8.15am registration for a 8.30am
start, concludes at 9.30am
PwC, Level 10, Darling Park, 201 Sussex Street, Sydney
Friday 1 March, 8.15am registration for a 8.30am start,
concludes at 9.30am
PwC, Level 19, Freshwater Place, 2 Southbank
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