NASA engineer Matthew Noyes will be taking Pause 2017 attendees through NASA’s work with VR during a keynote on Tech Day.
For Dropbox, the process of encouraging innovation internally has been distilled into a systemised recipe, finessed over years of experimentation.
Look at the leading and rapidly growing startup ecosystems around the world, and you will find that they have at least one key thing in common: government support.
For Mentorloop’s founders, the decision to seek funding came when they saw their first three paying clients were still with them six months later.
The way company values come to be defined differs. A list of values can essentially be the feelings of two early-stage cofounders who have yet to hire a team, or can be found by making an effort to understand how hundreds or thousands of employees in a later-stage company work, what is important to them, and what the company wants to achieve.
It had long been an open secret in the tech world that diversity was a problem; that much was clear to see by simply stepping into the office of any tech company or startup coworking space.
The youngest person to ever speak at Pause, Rebecca Rusinovic started the journey to launch Bahama Belle when she was just 13 years old.
Looking to explore Melbourne’s creative, business, and tech scenes at Pause 2017 and how her venture might work in the city will be Kalin Kelly, an early stage investor in Covo.
To help innovators understand their customers and how they’re wired, Pause 2017 will be hosting a workshop on human-centered design, looking at how the convergence of human need, technology, and business viability can lead to the creation of innovative solutions.
Pause Festival 2017 looks to ignite conversations across creative, tech and businesses industries and has divided the three-day event into each theme. While each day is focused on a specific theme, Pause is all about sharing and cross-pollinating ideas and showing its attendees how industries come together and push one another to innovate.