WeTeachMe Event [Melbourne]

- June 11, 2012 3 MIN READ


As startup founders, it’s all about efficiency and making the most of the time that you have. What if there was a way to learn the basics in really quick bursts from people who are experts in their fields?

WeTeachMe’s Startup Speed Teaching galas are jam-packed with networking, brain-picking conversation, and knowledge-sharing for startups and businesses on the prowl for that umph of inspiration that will take them to the next level.

From Kim Heras (PushStart) to Peter Bradd (Fishburners), Robert Love (Pollenizer) to Lauren Anderson (Collaborative Lab), Alan Jones (The New Agency) to Adrian Stone (AngelCube), WeTeachMe’s Startup Speed Teaching events bring together the are a must-attend for those who want to not only shortcut their learning curve dramatically, but also meet the movers and shakers in the startup community in an atmosphere that is friendly, welcoming and conducive to success.

This coming Tuesday 12th June, WeTeachMe is throwing another Startup Speed Teaching event at Melbourne’s startup institution, York Butter Factory. It’s rumoured to be the last one in a while so make most of this opportunity while it’s still available at http://weteachme.com/gala/melbourne

The Speakers for WeTeachMelbourne Startup Speed Teaching are:

Content marketing for startup founders: How to take over the world

Scott Handsaker is the Co-Founder and CEO of Eventarc, an online ticketing and event registration business, and specializes in online ticketing, registration, website strategy, project management, brand management, Internet marketing, email marketing, viral campaigns, website traffic growth, website design and development.

Outsourcing for startups

Leslie Barry, the CEO and Co-Founder of GetViable, uses offshoring and crowdsourcing to affordably build web and mobile startups. With a focus on strong business ideas that need technical execution, professional outsourcing for startups is a clear solution. Leslie applies his deep expertise in offshoring, outsourcing and crowd sourcing to early stage startups and ventures. His experience in scaling businesses ensures profitable outcomes. He is very active online and drives effective outcomes, lean approaches and tech startups.

Exit strategies for startups

Anthony Mittelmark has over 20 years of experience building online applications from commercial search to full featured communities. Anthony’s company, Venture Logic has been involved in some of Australia’s most popular commercial websites and continues to provide strategic assistance to corporations and media companies in Australia and overseas.

Kickstarting your startup with co-working

Nathan Sampimon is the founder of the Inspire9 ecosystem that has been evolving through the past year years in Richmond,Melbourne. What started as Nathan running solo as a web freelancer soon grew into a busy design and development shop, and that is when the co-working fun began. The Drop-in Desks concept was initially a way to make use of a few spare desks and give other freelancers a place to plug in and call an office for a day – but that quickly exploded and the Inspire9 office is now one of Melbourne’s top co-working spaces.

The 101 on User Interface and Experience Design

Diesel Laws specialises in user interface and user experience design. A mentor at AngelCube and Founder of Barkles, Diesel has a unique ability to pre-envision his creations, making him a powerhouse in business and design as well as a master in motivation.

How to get traffic to your website that converts to sales

Brendan Gillen is the Founder and Principal Consultant at Exstatic, a digital marketing agency based in Melbourne, specialising in search, social, video and web marketing for large brands, franchises and startups. Over the past few years Brendan has built and sold a number of his own successful businesses using the strategies he now teaches his clients.

Intellectual property for startups – 5 do’s and don’ts

David Moore is Head of Intellectual Property at Cornwall Stodart and his expertise include providing strategic advice on trade mark portfolio management, trade mark opposition actions, and conducting intellectual property due diligence. David has practiced in copyright and trade mark law in Dubai, New Zealand and Australia.

Intellectual property for startups – 5 do’s and don’ts

Alon Cassuto is a commercial litigator with experience in a variety of trademark related litigation and large commercial disputes. Alon has also worked closely with startups in the social media and gamification industry.

WeTeachMe is currently approaching sponsors, teachers and companies that see value in a partnership with the Speed Teaching events.

Please contact WeTeachMe on hello@weteachme.com if this opportunity is of interest.

Confirm your place today: http://weteachme.com/gala/melbourne