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What's the Future for Women in Business? Founder of kikki.K Keynote + Round Table Discussion

Tue 19th Nov 2019, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Price

$20 AUD + BF

$20 AUD + BF

Fishburners

What's the Future for Women in Business? Founder of kikki.K Keynote + Round Table Discussion

Date and Time

Tue 19th Nov 2019, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Location

Fishburners
level 2/11 York St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Event description

Next Tuesday 19th November is Womens’ Entrepreneurship Day and Fishburners and Hstl&Hrt are throwing a special event to celebrate.

The theme? What’s the Future for Women in Business?

It’s going to be incredible, because we have a stellar lineup:

KEYNOTE

We’re thrilled to share that iconic entrepreneur, Kristina Karlsson: Founder & Creative Director of global Swedish design and stationery business, kikki.K will be delivering a keynote at the event.

With 102 kikki.K stores, stocked in another 250, and sold online to stationery and design lovers in over 147 countries worldwide, Kristina really does have incredible experience and a whole host of lessons to share. We can’t wait to hear her keynote and we’re sure you can’t either.

ROUND TABLE

Then we have an incredible round table of industry experts, investors female founders and investors asking - what’s the future for women in business?

Speakers 

Alan Jones: investor, startup advisor and founder of M8 Ventures

Ruth Haffenden: founder and Managing Partner of award-winning agency, Daresay

Joan Westenberg: Australian-based writer and author of an open source transgender inclusion policy in use by multiple technology companies

Kat McMaster: Partner, Corporate Finance at Deloitte Australia

Stella Bella: Director of SoGal Foundation and entrepreneur 

Liandra Gaykamangu: founder of eco-friendly brand Liandra Swim, whose designs are all influenced by her Aboriginal culture

Kylie Frazer: capital raising/M&A lawyer and co-founder/partner Eleanor Venture

Chairing the panel: Betty Andrews entrepreneur and founder of social enterprise, Hstl&Hrt 

There will be plenty of food and drinks and we can’t wait to see you there!

ITINERARY

5pm - 6pm: registration and networking

6pm: Kristina Karlsson keynote

6:30pm - quick break for drinks

6:45pm - 7.30pm: panel discussion

7.30pm - 8pm: networking and then close 

TICKETS

Early bird: $10 until 10am Fri, 15th Nov

General Admission: $20 

Your ticket covers food and drinks, as well as a portion going towards girls’ education charities.

HOW TO FIND US

Go directly up to Level 2 of the Sydney Startup Hub. Please walk towards the stairs and turn left to the events space.  

ABOUT HUSTL&HRT

A social enterprise with a BIG mission: to change the world one woman at a time. They’re launching a platform on November 19th connecting women with the coach they need to thrive in business and life. Part of their profits go towards rescuing women from poverty and abuse.

ABOUT FISHBURNERS

Fishburners is much more than a coworking space. We are a not for profit, passionate community of 300+ scalable tech startups that only exists thanks to our amazing sponsors - Google for Startups, UTS, Chartered Accountants, and Jobs for NSW. We are dedicated to inspiring and helping startups get started, grow and succeed. Our goal is to make the hardest thing you’ve ever done easier! 


We do this through our different memberships which provide the facilities, resources, learning and development, mentoring, and connections that you need for your idea to come to life and flourish. We also open our doors and host some of the largest, regular events in the Australian startup ecosystem, including our bi-weekly lunch & learn workshops, and Shark Tank-style, Friday night pitches. Member or not, you're welcome to attend and/or get involved! Any questions about memberships or events, please feel free to email events@fishburners.org.

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Please note that Fishburners values inclusive communities and all events hosted here are governed by our community code of conduct. This stems from our desire to run a productive and valuable night for our founders and all attendees where everyone feels safe and welcome to attend, bring friends, meet new people, and enjoy the start up landscape.

To make sure we have the best environment in support of this, in cases where someone is detracting from this goal they may be asked to leave for excessive drinking, antisocial behaviour, speaking during the pitches or disengagement with the purpose of the night. If any issues arise that make you feel uncomfortable please don’t hesitate to come and speak to one of the team.

We hope that by this everyone will enjoy an even more energetic and exciting event, continuing to grow in numbers as we focus all our considerable resources on supporting the skills and passions of us all in the start up industry.

See you soon!

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Australia's largest startup space, dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs. We are sponsored by Google for Startups, Optus, UTS, Jobs for NSW, Chartered Accountants ANZ, and Brisbane City Council. We're proud to have become Australia's largest community of highly scalable tech startups, Australia's largest host of startup-focused events, Australia's largest funnel for new startups, and the largest non-profit in Australia dedicated to growing startups.

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