Our Entrepreneurs Unleashed Event Series brings together local entrepreneurs to share real, practical advise for starting and growing companies.
This event is designed to teach you the fundamental steps for developing an idea, or ambition, into a company.
Come along to hear from Carl Thompson on the process he's been through for developing his new startup idea, Contendo. Carl has extensive startup experience, having previously been a co-founder of TradeGecko and later Bronami, as well as running his own marketing agency. This is an exciting opportunity to hear the process behind developing an early stage idea, from an experienced founder.
Natalie Robinson, founder of Mum's Garage, will also talk through a value-focused approach for turning an idea into a startup. You'll learn some of the fundamental principles behind how you figure out the starting place for developing an idea, and the important things to focus on when turning an idea into something people will pay for. This will be an opportunity to get some insight into the process that we take people through on the programs run by Mum's Garage.
As always, this will be a great opportunity to connect with other budding entrepreneurs, experiences founders and immerse yourself in a startup community that cares about the development of people.
Food and drink will be provided (and it will be delicious and healthy).
More about Entrepreneurs Unleashed:
This evening event is the perfect place for aspiring entrepreneurs, or those in their first year of business, to gain insights and meet like-minded others. Each event will see two founders or startup specialists share stories and insights.
The purpose behind this event is to shed some light on what the early stages of 'idea to business' development looks like. It's a non-intimidating, community-focused environment that will make you feel comfortable asking questions and talking about your wild ideas.
Events are usually themed so founders cover particular topics, such as purpose-driven business, funding, community, or particular pathways to success.