Founder @keyless-io • Worked at @google, @deutsche-bank • Studied at @stanford-university, @queensland-university-of-technology
Studied at @massachusetts-institute-of-technology
Founder @redeye-apps • Studied at @swinburne-university
Masters of Business Process Management at QUT. I'm interested in platforms that consider future scaling in the development stages.
Founded Xtreamlok in 1999, which was sold to Symantec Corp in 2005. Then I founded @event-zero in 2005.
Founder Teachable • Worked at @general-assembly @notonthehighstreet, @deutsche-bank • Studied at @university-of-teesside
Cofounder @binary-lane / @MammothAU / @ausgamers / @MammothNetworks.
Ex investment banker; startup founder and investor
Founder Mews • Studied MBA @university-of-queensland, Management @monash-university Previous $1m start up experience and Project Management skills @LCA
Director @ Metaweb Australia: Online solutions
Metaweb Capital: Venture Capital, Angel Investing
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I have founded and successfully exited my own startup and now advise and mentor early stage ventures in biotech commercialisation and product development.
Bad-ass entrepreneur's bodyguard. I back them up to make big ideas happen with deliberately simple @driven-action.
Aging entrepreneur. History of modest success growing businesses. Actively engaged in early stage investment & mentoring startups. au.linkedin.com/in/waldie/
Director, System Sales at Zetron, Inc (subsidiary of JVC KENWOOD). Investor in @buddy.
Tech startup and innovation strategy specialist. Investment Manager for Creative Enterprise Fund; Director of Spike Innovation; mentor at River City Labs.
Easy Going, ADHD kid & Co-Founder at Just Digital People & Just Media Design. GIGANTIC Free Beer event organizer. Enjoy connecting the right people in digital.
Professional director and investor
Former Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Founded & MD of 99 Bikes (2007) ($45mil turnover - 17 Retail bicycle stores) funded by father who is CEO & founder Flight Centre (Aus travel worth US$4billion)