November 3, 2014
Join INCUBATE startups, Australian and international entrepreneurs for our first Silicon Valley Demo Day and industry panel discussion event at Google’s headquarters in California on November 14, 2015.
Friday 14 November, 6-9pm
1501 Salado Drive (Building GWC2) Mountain View, CA 94043
Hosted by The University of Sydney and Professor Andy Dong, an expert in design-led innovation, the panel will discuss new trends in technology innovation and entrepreneurship. By contributing to this discussion you will help define strategies to foster entrepreneurial collaboration between Australia and America.
You will also hear pitches from exciting student-led technology startups from INCUBATE – the award-winning startup accelerator program founded by the University of Sydney Union.
The startups have been through a 14 week accelerator program at the University of Sydney including receiving a $5,000 grant, co-working office space and mentoring from Australia’s leading entrepreneurs and early-stage advisors.
Join the discussion with panelists:
- Jeffrey Bleich, Former Special Counsel to President Obama and former US Ambassador to Australia
- Alumnus Andrew Tanner, Vice President, Business Development at GELI
- Alumnus Mick Johnson, Director of Product Management, Search and Language at Facebook
- Alumnus Ben Sand, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder of Meta
Our INCUBATE startups pitching on the night:
Beautiful wearable technology – Tzukuri.com
Tzukuri make beautiful wearable technology creating the worlds first unloseable sunglasses. Combining world-class design, manufacturing, fashion and technology – Tzukuri have successfully blended function and form with every pair handmade in Japan and containing world’s smallest solar powered iBeacon.
Revolutionising medicine through biomaterials – trimphgel.com
TrimphGel is developing revolutionary injectable biomaterials that will ultimately replace unnecessary open surgery. TrimphGel will be a leader in the future of regenerative medicine with inventions originating from the founder and University of Sydney Researchers.
The Social Network For Beauty – themakeupsocial.com
Makeupsocial (MUS) is a social beauty community mobile app currently with over 75,000 users and growing. MUS helps women find personalised beauty information through user generated content, by matching women to relevant beauty content against their beauty profile statistics. Makeupsocial’s vision is to be largest online beauty destination for women.
This is your opportunity to network with leading Australian entrepreneurs and industry leaders.
We look forward to seeing you there.
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