The Digital Mothership is landing at ACMI X and our friends from Pause Fest are joining us!
Grab some snacks, a comfy seat and chill for a fireside chat with Founder and Managing Partner of Adventure Capital - Stuart Richardson.
Besides Stuart's remarkable achievements in the startup and venture capital space, there is a monumental message he and the Adventure Capital team want to share - let's focus on Melbourne's strengths to keep innovating. Simple.
One fireside chat at a time, we hope to encourage a national movement to change the perception of VC's in Australia as accessible and collaborative.
SOMETHING VENTURED uncovers the ups and downs of some of the greatest companies of the twentieth century (think Apple, Intel, Atari, Google, Cisco and more) and the hidden dramas behind the most famous names in business.
It profiles a 'rat pack' of entrepreneurs and investors who built companies that led to the birth of biotechnology and the spectacular growth in microprocessors, personal computers and the web.
Can you handle this? @dig_mothership / @acmiXstudio / @PauseFest
Stuart B Richardson
Credentials: Stuart is an architect of an entrepreneurial ecosystem and open innovation platform bringing together Fortune1000 / ASX200 corporations, leading academic and most importantly startups, upstarts and entrepreneurial communities. Co-founder of York Butter Factory, Startup Australia (a not-for-profit delivering Startup Weekend and other signature events across Australia), and next generation property technology and services business, EQUiEM.
Founding investor of breakout audio media technology Omny (121cast), leading FinTech Clover.com.au, electric motor technology, Axiflux, hospitality supply chain business, Pantree.co and leading safety management platform, Donesafe.
Advisor, Board Member and Mentor to numerous entrepreneurs intent on changing the world and their early-stage technology businesses.
Graduate of the highly distinguished Stanford Executive Program (SEP'09), Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA'99), and holds Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering (UNSW), Master of Management/Engineering Science (UNSW), and Executive MBA (MGSM). Stuart also became a Fellow of the University of Melbourne in 2015 and was recognised by Business Insider Tech100.
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