San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Join us for a fireside chat with Audrey Melnik on the 17th March at Fishburners. Audrey will be discussing her startup career, her experiences in Silicon Valley and what she's learnt along the way.
The evening will includes refreshments, drinks and networking amongst the startup community.
Audrey is a serial entrepreneur and startup founder from Australia.
With 20 years of experience, she has spent 6 of those years living and working in the United States, in San Francisco and New York across startups, corporates and government.
As an expert in the online space, she’s been pushing product and technical innovation across Media, Telcos, Finance and Startups since 1997. Her experience and skills span from Strategy through to Implementation roles in a number of domains.
Audrey first got the startup bug after helping Australian startup LinkMe go from concept to exit within 6 months. In 2011 she moved to Tel Aviv to build her first startup and then returned to Australia to launch it in the US, receiving 115,000 unique visitors in the first 6 weeks. She then moved to San Francisco to continue working on WotWentWrong. In 2013 she launch her second startup, ZootRock and in 2014 was accepted to the 500 Startups accelerator program.
Audrey is now taking her learnings from all these experiences and leveraging the strong relationships she has built in Silicon Valley to help foreign startups enter the US market, via her latest venture, Funnel Ventures.
We hope to see you there!
When & Where
Founded in 2011, Fishburners has grown to become Australia’s largest startup space, with 176 startups in one large building in Sydney. Our not-for-profit’s single goal is to produce the maximum number of highly scalable tech startups possible.
Fishburners is more than a coworking space. It’s a strong community of startup entrepreneurs, mentors, supporters, corporate innovators and supporting organisations who all believe in our single goal. We're proudly supported by NAB, Optus, Google, News Corp, PwC, Amazon, Xero and BigAir.