Startup Tasmania is delighted to announce that on the 23rd and 24th of June, team members from Pollenizer and muru-D in Sydney will be heading down to Tasmania to run a series of startup ecosystem development events in Launceston.
The flagship event of this series will be muru-D's Get Started: Tasmania, which will be taking place from 9am to 4pm on the 24th of June at the UTAS School of Architecture in Inveresk.
muru-D's Get Started: Tasmania
Get-Started is a 1-day ideation workshop that introduces the principles and practices of Startup Science®. Pollenizer provides a set of tools, beginning the process of idea creation and business discovery. Startup science® offers a proven process that removes risk and promotes progress.
What will you learn?
- Introduction to Pollenizer’s Startup Science®
- #Massive: How big can you make your vision?
- Pixar Pitch: Assembling your first pitch
- Lean Canvas: the business plan for the lean startup
- How to design and run experiments
- Manual testing and the ‘Wizard of Oz’ technique as tools for customer development
Who should attend
Startup founders in their early stage of development.
How to attend
Grab a ticket here and then come along to the School of Architecture at 9am on June 24th. If you have a team, consider bringing a few people along so that you can soak up the wisdom as a group and work together throughout the day as required.
If you've got a startup on the simmer, or a startup idea that you want to explore, then this event is a fantastic opportunity to learn some new skills, validate your idea with your peers and expert startup mentors and meet some more great people from the startup community in Tasmania. We hope to see you there!
Mentor Development Event
Prior to the event announced here, there is going to be a Tasmanian startup mentor development event on the 23rd of June. Access to this event will be by invitation only, but if you would like to request an invitation, please email the president of Startup Tasmania, James Riggall, on firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know that you'd like an invitation and why you'd like to attend this event. Emailing James won't guarantee you a seat, but it will ensure that your name is in the mix. If you've been selected to attend the event, you'll receive a formal invitation via email.
Innovation Hubs in Tasmania
This event forms part of the lead up to the opening of two innovation hubs in Tasmania (one in Hobart and one in Launceston). You can expect to see more of these sorts of events rolling out over the coming months. The Innovation Hubs project is being supported by the Coordinator General's Office in the Tasmanian State Government and a number of local and international partners. The project will result in the establishment of a new independent not for profit company that will run the two innovation centres in Tasmania. If you would like to learn more about this project and receive updates as the innovation hubs approach their launch dates, you can sign up for this mailing list.
muru-D is Telstra’s accelerator. This program is designed to give talented Australian startups an ‘unfair advantage’ by hyper networking them with mentors, advisors and investors through the vast reach of Telstra. The first batch recently ended with impressive results. Out of the 9 companies, all have paying customers (3 have international customers), they connected with over 200 mentors and advisors and 5 of the batch already had investors before the first demo day.
Pollenizer is Australia’s first incubator founded in 2008. Currently they incubate their own startups, while designing accelerator systems for partners to support startup communities globally. Startup Coaches lead and educate through a discipline built at Pollenizer known as startup science.
8 Invermay Rd
Launceston, Tasmania 7250
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