BONUS: TSP - The VC slaughterhouse - Don't let investors kill your dreams - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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?️?️?️?️?️ episode. Yaniv and Chris are fired up about bad VC investors, and they can't hold it in any longer! Good Venture Capitalists help founders make the impossible, possible. They are the fuel that allows rocketships to defy gravity. But bad VC investors will take a founder's dream and grind it into dust. In this episode, Chris and Yaniv share the ways in which bad investors often undermine a founder's ability to pursue their vision. They then share tips how as a founder to look out for and defend against this type of "dumb money" investor, and how to show traction that is beyond just re ..read more
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Startup Muster - Featuring Murray Hurps & Maria MacNamara
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11M ago
Today you’ll hear the story of Startup Muster through its founder Murray Hurps. Startup Muster is a report that produces the most comprehensive data on the Australian startup ecosystem to measure and publish the progress, challenges, and opportunities within the startup ecosystem. Startup Muster is important because the startup world here in Australia is, in no sense of the word booming. But it could be, and Startup Muster aims to make the data available for us to course-correct our ship. All hands on deck, let’s go back to day one, where this story begins… Want to hear more inspiring startup ..read more
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Anthony Ferrier offers his advice to startup founders - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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Anthony Ferrier is an innovation and commercialisation specialist, primarily working within the intersection between startups and corporations. Anthony is the head of Innovation and Commercialisation at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, as well as working independently as an advisor and consultant. Before returning to Australia several years ago, Anthony spent two decades working in the US and Europe, primarily based in New York City. In his conversation with Adam, Anthony discusses how the attitudes of legacy corporations faced with disruption by startups has changed over the l ..read more
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Colette Grgic explains why diversity is crucial - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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Colette Grgic is Head of Startup Ecosystem in Australia and New Zealand at AWS (Amazon Web Service), a role which sees her leading a team that works to enable founders to start and successfully scale startups in Australia and New Zealand. Before joining AWS, Colette was Chief Innovation Officer at BlueChilli, Australia’s largest startup accelerator. In her conversation with Adam she discusses her experience of creating a startup before she even knew the term “startup”, and why she believes diversity is crucial in Australia’s startup ecosystem.  See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/colett ..read more
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Joshua Flannery discusses the key differences between Australia and Japan's startup ecosystems - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Joshua Flannery is the Founder and CEO of Innovation Dojo, an organisation active in both Australia and Japan which was founded in 2016 to support startups and entrepreneurs. Josh (as he prefers to be called) has had a variety of roles in both Australia and Japan’s startup ecosystems. In his conversation with Adam, Josh discusses what he sees as some key differences between Australia and Japan’s startup ecosystems, as well as his time working as Director of the Sydney Startup Hub. See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/joshua-flannery This podcast uses the following third-party services for a ..read more
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Kim Heras relives the major milestones he witnessed during the growth of the ecosystem - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Kim Heras is Partner at 25Fifteen, a “startup studio” which as Kim describes in the episode is a model of startup support similar but distinct from accelerators and incubators. Kim has contributed to the growth of startup communities in Australia through many roles, including as Director of Fishburners, as Co-Founder of Pushstart, and as Chairman & co-founder of TechSydney, all of which are organisations that have aimed to support and advocate for startup founders. In his conversation with Adam, Kim discusses the genesis of Fishburners and Startmate, as well as other major milestones he’s ..read more
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Yolanda Redrup discusses some of the catalysts for the huge growth the startup ecosystem has seen - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Yolanda Redrup is a senior journalist with The Australian Financial Review, with a focus on technology and healthcare. Yolanda first began covering Australia’s startup ecosystem in 2013, and has covered the growth of the industry in the years since. In her conversation with Adam, Yolanda discusses what she sees as some of the catalysts for the huge growth that the Australian startup ecosystem has had in the past decade, as well as the importance of increasing diversity within the ecosystem.  See full show notes: https://w2d1.com/yolanda-redrup This podcast uses the following third-party ..read more
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Alex Scandurra discusses the Australian startup ecosystem's exceptional growth - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Alex Scandurra is the founding CEO of Stone & Chalk, a not-for-profit organisation which aims to support Australian startups, scaleups, corporations and governments at every stage of their innovation journey. Alex is also Co-Founder and Director of Spark Festival, a two week program of events covering all things startup, innovation and entrepreneurship. In his conversation with guest host Will Tjo, Alex discusses the aspects of Australia’s start ecosystem growth that have exceeded his expectations, as well as some of the areas he thinks we could be improving. See full show notes: https://w ..read more
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Dharmica Mistry discusses the distinction between deep tech startups and other startups - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Dr Dharmica Mistry is Director of Diagnostics and Industry Engagement at MTP Connect, a not-for-profit organisation focused on growing the MedTech, BioTech and pharmaceutical sectors. Prior to this she was the Co-Founder and Chief Scientist of BCAL Diagnostics, where the team’s research discovered a potential new way to screen for breast cancer, which BCAL Diagnostics is working on developing into a scalable technology. Dharmica has also worked as Head of MedTech and BioTech at Cicada Innovations, a Sydney-based incubator with a focus on deep tech startups. In her conversation with guest host ..read more
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Don Wright believes the various startup ecosystems within Australia should work cooperatively - The History of the Australian Startup Ecosystem: Interview Series
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1y ago
Don Wright is the Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Western Sydney University, as well as co-founder of Western Sydney University Launch Pad, a business and innovation support program that provides facilities, assistance and resources for startups and high growth technology based businesses in Western Sydney. Don is also Senior Vice President of Western Sydney Business Connection, a resource hub for Western Sydney based businesses. In his conversation with guest host Will Tjo, Don discusses the growth of the startup ecosystem in Western Sydney over the last decade or so, as well ..read more
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