Gold Coast Startups, if you have been considering applying for the next intake of River City Lab’s (RCL) Accelerator program or want to understand more about the Startup Catalyst international missions – we are hosting a free event on Monday August 21 at the QT Hotel.
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Anticipated Attendance: 80-100
The event is ideal for:
- Tech Startups with huge ambitions of going global
- Those wanting to learn from the best in the biz when is comes to digital marketing
- Those who are applying, or thinking about applying, for the third round of RCL Accelerator program
What topics will be covered?
- Why you need to be thinking global
- Information on our upcoming RCL Accelerator with Telstra’s muru-D – BNE3
- Information on our upcoming international missions with Startup Catalyst
- Guest Speakers from BNE3 Entrepreneur in Residence & Shoes of Prey Founder, Mike Knapp
- Alumni Experiences from both programs
- General networking
More information about the presenters for this roadshow:
RCL Accelerator Program, powered by muru-D, is in its 3rd year and on the hunt for its next intake. For the 2017 cohort, we are looking for up to 12 tech startups to join a 6 month program with $60,000 of seed funding, free co-working space, mentoring, workshops, and masterclasses.
Applications for the accelerator open on August 3 and close on September 8. To apply and find out more, please visit: http://accelerator.rivercitylabs.net
Startup Catalyst conducts international missions to Silicon Valley, Europe, Israel and Asia for students, entrepreneurs, startups, investors, corporates, and innovation leaders. Full details of our missions are available via http://www.startupcatalyst.com.au.
Mike Knapp, originally from Brisbane, started his professional life in the law, working as a judge’s associate in the District Court. However he quickly realised his true passion involved the internet. He turned down a job with a prestigious law firm and took a job with Google in 2005. Mike was originally was part of the sales team at Google, but later became a Software Engineer and was moved to San Francisco and, later, China. In 2009 Mike left Google to co-found Shoes of Prey, a website where women can design their own shoes. At Shoes of Prey, Mike mainly focused on building the technology and helping construct the company’s own manufacturing facility in Dongguan, China.
Date: Monday 21st August
Venue: QT Hotel – The Lawn
Address: 7 Staghorn Ave, Surfers Paradise, QLD 4217
Time: 5.30pm – 7:30pm