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Expert Insights on Sydney’s tech startup

Do you have a fantastic tech start-up idea but don’t know where to begin? Come along to this free City of Sydney seminar and hear from tech veterans Airtasker and start-up wonders Maestrano. General Assembly will offer also a peek into their tech-specific educational seminars and help with your start-up ideas.

You’ll hear how entrepreneur Tim Fung launched Airtaskter, the online jobs marketplace, in 2011. Airtasker is now a 30-people strong team and the company manages $20 million worth of jobs per year. He’ll share some of the challenges he’s faced along the way, including tricks and tips on securing customers, what to expect when expanding your business, and how to go about raising funds.

Co-founder Stephane Ibos will share his story on how he followed his dreams to secure a $1 million investment that kick-started the Maestrano dream, now a fully-fledged reality. Maestrano offer services to small business owners, including software that synchronizes data for businesses to make it accessible on a single dashboard.

Ryan Meyer from General Assembly, the global education company, will be there to show you how to pursue the work you love. General Assembly focus on the most relevant and in-demand skills across data, design, business and technology through in-class instruction and help provide access to opportunities.

Have all your questions answered by key players in the tech start-up community and make the most of the opportunity to network with other likeminded individuals.

This is a free Business 101 seminar, but bookings are essential.

Monday 9 May 2016 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Customs House
31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney, NSW
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Posted on April 23, 2016

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