SMART 100: Networking Shin-Dig for Entrepreneurs & Industry Influencers

SMART 100: Networking Shin-Dig for Entrepreneurs & Industry Influencers

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TWO CITIES | EIGHT SPEAKERS | ONE HUNDRED INNOVATORS | ONE GOAL

On 14 August 2012, previous winners of the SMART 100, entrepreneurs, innovators and other industry influencers will gather in Melbourne and Sydney to network, meet like-minded business builders and discuss the obstacles facing the commercialisation of innovation in Australia.

WHEN: Tuesday, 14 August 2012 (6pm – 9pm)

WHERE:
MELBOURNE ~ York Butter Factory, 62-66 King Street
SYDNEY ~ Blue Chilli, 50 York Street

The event…

Held in two cities simultaneously, joined by webcast.

The Smart 100 Shin-Dig gives you the opportunity to meet equally passionate and like-minded business builders. Plus, you can network with investors and other innovation industry influencers!

Come along and ask burning questions, engage with with the panel and have your say.

Meet and learn from other business builders. Share a drink. Have a laugh. Gain insights from successful business builders who have ‘been there, done that’ and created successful ventures. Benefit from the experiences of other attendees.

And most importantly of all, help us build a culture of entrepreneurship!

What’s the most overlooked source of clients and customers?

It's strategic alliances, of course. Learn how to leverage the networks of others during this free, live webinar. Get practical exercises to unpack your partner offer. (This is what you will offer to potential JVs with that will attract new partnerships.) Discover who you can partner with (even if it's just you in your home office or with a small team). Find out where to find your potential partners and how to contact them. Click here to register.

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