4-Sep: When to ask for what from whom
When do you ask for help?
What to you need? Money, mentors, space, customers?
Do you need legals? Tax advice? Valuations? Share Holder’s Agreements?
Who should be on the team? And when?
Today we will take you through a typical company timeline and highlight strategies to attract the people to help you at the right time. We will examine the team you’ll need to ensure success if you are going for a capital raise… whether by crowd-funding, business angels or venture capital. We will look at:
- The attributes of your team members.
- A strategy to attract the right people.
- The collateral that you’ll need to make that important first impression.
This knowledge will help build a team that will continue with you even if you pivot and/or abandon your current idea and follow another opportunity.
Bring pen, paper and laptop, since this is an interactive workshop where you’ll walk out with a list of ways to build your ideal team.
If you purchase over $125 of tickets for this series of events, a 20% discount will automatically be added to your basket (discount only applies to tickets bought in the same basket). Please see below for details of other events in the series. For a full list of events head to our Keynote Events page.
18:00 Arrive & networking
19:10 Audience Q&A
19:40 Networking & Light refreshments
Previous people have said
Great night. Great insights and great food! [AL]
I sincerely appreciated the Meetup last night! You organized and ran it like the pro that you are! Great high-level content delivered by experts. Thanks for putting it together. [RD]
Brilliant. Brian was very informative & I look forward to coming back to many more & participating in workshops. [MF]
Thank you for the fantastic workshop – insightful, inclusive and high-impact. [RZ]
Brian runs the Lean Commercialisation Program which takes individuals and companies from an idea to generating an income. The program is the culmination of Brian’s experience founding and leading two hyper-growth companies, running a Business Angel network and being the Entrepreneur in Residence at the world-famous Bristol University incubator. Working with individuals and CSIRO’s ON program, Brian’s aim is to get Australia into the top ten countries for Entrepreneurship in the world. Brian can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn.
David is a strategic advisor to the founders behind dozens of Australia’s fastest-growing tech companies. Since 1999, he’s been obsessed with helping technology companies grow not just in Australia, but into the U.S. and internationally. David is a mentor, investor and advisor to founders whose companies are collectively worth $2 billion dollars. He is a partner at Hall Chadwick and can be reached via email at email@example.com or on LinkedIn.
First In, Early Bird, General
Start time: 18:00
End time: 21:00
Venue: Level 40, HallChadwick, 2 Park St, Sydney
Directions: Head to 2 Park St (just around the corner from Town Hall Station). Take the lift to level 40. Turn toward reception and follow the signs.