Anthill Magazine is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Design Victoria to bring Anthill readers this latest event in its Tunnel Talk Series – Going Global by Design.
During this evening seminar and networking event, attendees will learn from four successful Australian business builders who have “been there, done that” and created globally successful companies.
Normally $60 per ticket. Now only $45! (with promo code)
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Matt Tett, Enex TestLab
Matt Tett has spent the past 21 years growing a university ‘test lab’ into a global enterprise with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Canberra, Shanghai and the UK.
Most recently, Enex TestLab has raised the ire of Google and Yahoo! for simply doing its job. This is because Enex TestLab was commissioned by the Federal Government to run a test pilot into mandatory ISP-level content filtering.
But according to Tett, a project such as this doesn’t hold a troll-tossed flame to the complexity of building a global business that is a global leader in ICT testing services.
Mark Saba, Connect Language Services
Mark Saba is an Anthill 30under30 award winner and the founder of Connect Language Services, an international organisation providing multicultural communication solutions to major Australian corporations and government organisations.
Starting out as a university student with only $5,000, Mark now works with 4,000 international interpreters and translators, giving him a unique perspective with respect to export and cross-cultural communications.
Gerry Mussett, Sprocket Design
Gerry Mussett is the CEO of Sprocket Design, what he describes as “a fusion of art, technology and manufacturing reality”. It is also one of Australia’s leading interactive kiosk technology companies.
Sprocket has recently established a joint venture in China [Xa Corporation] to export design and technology experience to the world’s largest market. Gerry and his designers have also been responsible for a string of successful products for numerous Australian and international clients and still keeps design as the core of the rapidly expanding business.
Jarmal Richard, jdrlegal
Jarmal Richard is the CEO of jdrlegal, a small boutique law firm with offices in Australia, NZ, US and Spain. Jarmal advises fast growth companies on overseas expansion issues. He is also the Chairman of the Government Regulatory Committee for the American Chamber of Commerce and sits on the board of ANZA Technology, a not-for profit organisation based in Silicon Valley that assists Australian and New Zealand technology companies enter the US market.
Is your business born global? What products and services can you export? Learn from business builders and design professionals who have gone global… and never looked back.