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Don't miss out on the biggest startup conference in Australia — get your tickets to StartCon 2017 now! We want to make sure TechSydney founders, investors, and supporters get a chance to represent the Australian tech ecosystem and experience awesome speakers including Dribbble CEO Zack Onisko, ClassPass CMO Joanna Lord, and Pinterest's growth engineering manager, John Egan.
Claim your seat at the first-ever TechCrunch Battlefield Australia! As a community partner for TechCrunch’s first-ever foray down under, TechSydney has secured a sweet ticket deal for its members. We want to make sure TechSydney founders, investors, and supporters get a chance to cheer on the Australian tech ecosystem at this landmark event featuring the most promising ANZ startups and a great speaker lineup, including Mike Cannon-Brookes from Atlassian, Melanie Perkins from Canva, and Spencer Rascoff from Zillow. TechSydney members and community get 30% with code TechSydney through 6 November.
Attend codebar's next workshop to learn programming in a safe and supportive environment at your own pace, or to share your knowledge and coach other students.
Making career changes are a big decision, especially if you're making the leap to go from an established corporate to the rocky tech startup land. Come here from people who have done just that, and gone on to be extremely successful, to see what it's really like to make such a big professional pivot.
If you're a busy startup founder, it's hard to know where to allocate your time and resources between all the grants, loans, accelerators, tax rebates and landing pads. Come along if you want to know the main programs available to startups through government, practical advice on how to apply, and connect to real contacts in the government who can help.
The second Australian edition of this international conference will gather over 20 startup and investment leaders in B2B and SaaS, speaking about disruptive technologies, success/failure, growth hacking, and global expansion. Attendees are 60% founders and entrepreneurs, 10% VCs and investors, and 30% C-Suite. Sign up for the TechSydney newsletter to receive a promo code for discounted tickets.
If you want to understand what kind of tech business qualifies for the R&D tax credit, how to apply, and what pitfalls to avoid so the ATO won't come disrupting your Sunday BBQ, you need to come to this. In addition to tax experts from EY, Charternet, and Rocking Horse, we've invited some of our own members to tell you about their best internal practices.
Come hear TechSydney CEO Dean McEvoy, Right Click Capital partner Garry Visontay, and DoneSafe CEO Matthew Browne discuss their startup stories and best agile techniques at Pivotal Labs's popular monthly meetup.