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  • Money Magnet Workshop – Ipswich
    All day
    30/01/2020

    50 Nicholas St Ipswich, QLD 4305

    50 Nicholas St Ipswich, QLD 4305

    This free half-day workshop is designed for individuals and businesses looking to gain help and assistance with acquire funding.

    Having a game-changing idea isn’t enough. You need a clear value proposition, sound business case, and a solid understanding of what public and private investors expect from your pitch or proposal to progress it to product phase.

    This free half-day workshop is designed for individuals and businesses looking to gain help and assistance with acquiring funding from public and private sectors. SMEs are especially welcome.

    The Money Magnet Workshop is a program delivered by experts in attracting both government and industry funding to further ideas and business. It teaches attendees potential red flags, critical value points and how to position pitches to boost their idea’s power to attract investment. They learn how to communicate the potential value of innovative ideas to grant assessors, venture capital firms, industry backers, and other potential project partners.

    Specifically, you’ll learn:

    • The common attributes that public and private investors look for in a new opportunity
    • What you need to have in place before approaching potential backers
    • How grants are usually assessed
    • Techniques to differentiate and articulate value
    • What funding options are available (e.g. grants, investor types)
    • How to demonstrate ‘real’ demand for your product or service
    • What goes into a pitch

    For innovators seeking financial support to advance their innovation’s market readiness, this practical masterclass covers techniques for communicating the venture’s potential value to grant assessors, venture capital firms, industry backers, and other potential project partners. To see Innovate Queensland’s other service offerings please visit our webpage.

    The Innovate Queensland Program is delivered by Impact Innovation Group Pty Ltd under contract to the Queensland Government and supports the Government’s $755 million Advance Queensland initiative.

    To register, click here.

  • Deep Tech Dive
    5:30 pm-7:30 pm
    30/01/2020

    Level 2/315 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

    Level 2/315 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006

    Deep Tech Dive. A night of cutting edge tech talk featuring Mawson, Blackbook.ai and Flood Mapp.

    About this Event
    Join us for a night of cutting edge tech talk with Mawson, Blackbook.ai and Flood Mapp.

    “Betting on Australia’s brightest scientists and engineers leading the next software revolution”.

    From Mawson, Michelle Dintner is the Portfolio Director at Mawson, an artificial intelligence venture studio, investing in Australia’s brightest software engineers to build market-defining AI startups. Working closely with co-founders of Mawson’s portfolio companies, she deep dives into their business providing guidance on capital raising and business strategy.

    Before joining Mawson, she helped hundreds of researchers along their commercialisation journey when she managed deep tech accelerator and commercialisation programs at Cicada Innovations startup incubator in Sydney.

    She also drove multiple innovation strategies throughout Asia-Pacific for Cook Medical, the world’s largest privately held medical device company, which included technology scouting missions and product development projects.

    Michelle holds both a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) and Master of Commerce (Applied Finance) from the University of Queensland.

    Dr Alexandra Posoldova is Data Scientist at Blackbook.ai, Australia’s largest single focus Automation consulting company that specialise in Artificial Intelligence, RPA and Intelligent RPA. Passionate about AI, Alexandra works closely with clients helping them to find patterns in their data, derive insights and predict future directions.

    As AI projects are not only about developing Machine Learning models but also about deployment of the solution, Alexandra is advocate for CI/CD processes and establishing good coding practices to ensure flawless customer experience. After finishing her PhD in data science, where she designed recommendation engine combining content and collaborative approaches, she worked for multiple companies and AI projects on variety of AI tasks ranging from natural language processing, classification to time series predictions.

    Alexandra is also passionate IEEE volunteer, world’s largest technical professional organisation. As Vice-Chair of IEEE Queensland, she drives local committee of volunteers to deliver quality events on variety of technical topics. In 2019, she started IEEE Blockchain&IoT group to embrace emerging technology space, first IEEE group focused on cutting edge technology in Australia.

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