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Startups in IOT

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Title: Your brilliant idea! Technology start-ups dissected

Presenter: Stuart Waite, CEO, Timpani

What you will learn:

  • The ecosystem of support for Internet of Things (IOT) startups in Australia
  • How to deal with, or drive, digital disruption
  • Practical advice on how start up your own technology-led business.

Description: This webinar explores how to create a technology-led start-up. It examines the Australian Startup ecosystem - particularly for businesses focused on the Internet of Things. Questions addressed include: What are the best practices for successful start-ups in Australia? What support infrastructure is available? Where can a start-up obtain funding? How can you use IOT to develop innovative business models that challenge traditional thinking? The webinar then presents some examples of interesting IoT case studies that current Australian startups are tackling.

About the presenter: Stuart is a startup investor, advisor and digital transformation consultant. He's focused on the strategic direction and delivery of innovative products to a multitude of platforms across Mobile, Web, TV and the Internet of Things.At age 30 Stuart founded a software development company in the UK, selling 7 years later to Alcatel-Lucent. He has three times built and managed cross-functional teams in excess of 100 people which included transforming the operating structure of News Corp Australia’s digital team, introducing scaled agile and lean design thinking methodologies.


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