Ballarat Export-ready Incubator

Ever thought of selling overseas but thought it's too hard or you don't know what to do next? Located in Ballarat, this Export-ready Incubator: expands your mindset, knowledge, information, understanding and strategies to help you trade internationally; is for up to 15 startup/early stage businesses; has 5 one day, (Saturday) workshops each month 28 Aug to 4 Dec and 6 business coaching sessions; is run by experienced facilitators with backgrounds in trade, export, and business; is open to all industries - online e-commerce, podcasts, music, bio-medicine, wine, food and agriculture, online education, software or physical products for export etc etc; will create introductions to local and international trade and business networks; is supported by Federation University and City of Ballarat; is a free, once in a lifetime opportunity to grow your business internationally and will not be offered again in the Ballarat region; migrants, women and young people are strongly encouraged to apply.
28 Aug '21 — 04 Dec '21 09:30 am Federation University Enterprising Partnerships

Sales Academy by WeWork Labs

Sales Academy by WeWork Labs is a free 10-week sales bootcamp kicking off on September 14th. This program will help you and your team create, revamp and boost your sales strategy. 1-hour virtual sessions are led by experienced experts from Hubspot, Deel, WeWork, Kapvista, and many more. Learn more and register here: https://weworksalesacademy-asiapacific.splashthat.com/
13 Sep '21 — 25 Nov '21 02:00 pm Virtual WeWork

Global Trends in Startup Finding

Having access to capital and the right support network can make a huge difference for founders. Silicon Valley has been the go to place for years but times are changing. The Singapore government is actively promoting the country as the region’s startup hub, Australia is seeing a boom in startup activity and super funds are flowing into the top VC’s. While investors from the US are looking further abroad for opportunities. We’ve gathered some of the leading investors and Startup community members from across APAC to unpack what this means for investors and for startups. They’ll be exploring the following topics and much more. - How are global startup capital markets changing? - What does this mean for investors looking for the best opportunities - How do founders navigate these changes to access capital/ - Do founders need to be thinking differently about where they set up their startup?
20 Oct '21 02:30 pm Online Zoom Webinar Cake Equity - Spark Festival

Who's Included? Startups who celebrate diversity

Creating a culture of inclusion, for everyone: any gender, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion and socio-economic background, is no doubt the vision for most startup founders. The reality, however, is an uncomfortable truth where unconscious bias and traditional cultural practices are barriers to diversity. Meet the startup leaders who are setting standards and increasing participation for diverse communities to enrich the startup ecosystem. Learn about work cultures that promote staff loyalty, creative output and efficiency, and appeal to new talent. Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance. Vernā Myers Lawyer, entrepreneur and author Pivott invites you to explore the dance at this special event.
20 Oct '21 04:00 pm NA Stone & Chalk

Build your first game with JavaScript

Build your first game with JavaScript! Learn all there is to know about the basics of Javascript, including data types, conditions, loops, and many more. You don’t need any coding experience to join, this is a workshop for beginners 🧪
20 Oct '21 06:30 pm Zoom Le Wagon Melbourne

Masterclass on scaling a startup and going global in 3 years with CircleIn

Join us next Thursday, 21 October at 1pm AEDT as our guest speakers Kate Pollard and Jodi Geddes, cofounders of CircleIn, will share their startup journey. CircleIn is an employee benefits platform that inspires your parents, caregivers, HR professionals, and managers to take real action in supporting working parents. In just 3 years they have onboarded 55 leading organisations including Culture Amp, Medibank and Cotton On, they have raised $4.2M in capital and they have supported 200,000 families across 11 countries. Kate and Jodi will share: - Their experience leaving 16 year corporate careers to launch a startup - The very beginnings from pitching at a Startup Vic x One Roof pitch night - Raising capital - Their experience as non technical founders - Traits of successful entrepreneurs This masterclass is free for One Roof members (we currently have a special discount membership offer valid until 29 Oct if you want to sign up) and only $20 for Non Members to attend.
21 Oct '21 12:00 pm Online One Roof