muru-D Trainwreck* Tuesday #4 with Jamie Pride & Phoebe Adams

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Level 9, 175 Liverpool Street

Sydney, NSW 2000


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Arrgh yes, as we speed our way into February we thought it would be a great time to share some founder stories of when things go completely off the rails.

Yep, it's time for Trainwreck Tuesday! A time and place for startup founders to learn from and prepare for "crashes" so they can iterate and grow fast.

Come and join us in the muru-D Playroom where our muru-D founders and friends share some truths of their startup journey.

Speaker 1: Jamie Pride - serial entrepreneur, author, venture capitalist & coach. Jamie will share the story of his startup successes and failures.

Speaker 2: Phoebe Adams, Co-Founder of Our Little Foxes and muru-D alumni, will take you through the highs, lows and closing the doors of her beloved startup

Speakers will share their story followed by Q&A and then we'll finish with some drinks and mingling.

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6:00pm Registration & drinks

6:15pm Welcome

6:20pm Kick off

7:00pm Q&A

7:15pm Drinks/mingling

8:00pm Finish

Come along and meet with the muru-D team, alumni, current cohort and other founders. It's a great opportunity to learn from others, share your stories and find out how you can be part of the muru-D accelerator program.

*Link to Trainwreck defined in the Urban dictionary

About Jamie

Jamie Pride is a serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and author on a mission to help build better founders and a better venture capital ecosystem to support them.

As an entrepreneur, Jamie sold his first startup, Velteo, to New York–based System Integrator Bluewolf, and has founded over six technology startups. As an investor, he has raised more than $16 million in funding for startups via private and public markets, including completing an IPO on the Australian Stock Exchange in 2015.

He has more than 20 years’ experience with international technology and digital media organisations, including leading and senior positions with Deloitte Digital,, Red Hat, Veritas, and Cisco Systems.

Jamie is also a sought-after public speaker and regularly comments on startups, entrepreneurship, venture capital, disruptive innovation and design thinking.

He is the Managing Partner at Phi Digital Ventures, an early-stage, social impact venture fund that seeks to invest in Australian companies looking to change the world. He is also the co-founder of The Founder Lab, an educational institution for entrepreneurs that seeks to build and support better founders.

Having worked extensively as both an entrepreneur and an investor he has a unique insight into what it takes to make a startup successful and what it takes to get funded.

Jamie is the author of Unicorn Tears: Why Startups Fail & How To Avoid It - published by Wiley, February 2018.


Does it cost anything to attend?

Nope. Zero. You’ll just need a ticket.

How do I get there?

We’re located at 175 Liverpool Street, just opposite Museum Station. There are also plenty of buses that drive past our door. too.

Will I be fed?

Yes, drinks and nibbles will be provided!

Is there parking?

Yep, there is a Wilson Parking station located at the basement of our building. Entry after 5pm is a flat rate of $12. For more information, click here.

There is also metered on street parking.

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