Creating the next Global Industries from Australia
Australia faces an existential crisis as it stumbles towards redefining itself not as a primary exporter of coal, but of innovation.
At Sydney Rotary Club's luncheon on Tuesday 4th June, James Alexander will talk about the latest local startup trends and his work helping entrepreneurs as they create entirely new industries. He will also discuss his recent challenge article to the government, published in The Australian, where he outlined a plan to fund $1 billion towards creating new jobs in new industries.
James is the founder of INCUBATE, a multi-award winning startup program at the University of Sydney, and Galileo Ventures, a new seed fund dedicated to investing in the next generation of technology entrepreneurs in the region. He also consults to organisations at the intersection of tech-innovation, startups and education.
Castlereagh Boutique Hotel
169 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
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