Idea Workshop: Find a Co-founder
A good team will create the foundation needed to build a good business.
This workshop will give founders the opportunity to pitch their company to a room full of ambitious problem solvers looking to jump into their next project. Pitches will be followed by networking to facilitate connections between entrepreneurs and their potential new co-founder.
Whether you're planning to submit an application into the I2N Accelerator or just want to build an entrepreneurial mindset, this Idea Workshop will demystify your assumptions and support you to understand the world from your potential customers point-of-view.
Event is free but registration is essential.
Order of Proceedings
4:00PM - Doors open
4:10PM - Housekeeping and introduction
4:15PM - Founder pitches
5:00PM - Networking
6:00PM - Workshop concludes
What is I2N Accelerator?
I2N Accelerator is for ambitious tech founders headquartered in the Newcastle region. If you've been tinkering away on a new product, our program will help to validate your business model and get you ready for your next phase of growth.
What is I2N?
The University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) is responsible for driving economic diversity and business growth through innovation and entrepreneurship. At its network of innovation hubs, which are home to the Hunter region’s most promising innovators and entrepreneurs, the I2N delivers a range of enterprise skill-building programs that develop ideas into sustainable, global businesses.
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