Renewable Energy Founder Forum returns to roaring success
Innovation Bay and ARENA’s Renewable Energy Founder Forum comes back in person and better than ever.
E144 – Louise Nobes, Founder of 42 in Australia
Louise Nobes is the founder of the Australian arm of 42 – a globally innovative software engineering and coding trade school.
E143 – Wayne Gerard, Co-Founder & CEO of RedEye, Queensland Chief Entrepreneur
Wayne Gerard wears a number of hats. By day, he is the Co-Founder & CEO of RedEye and the current Queensland Chief Entrepreneur.
E142 – Katie Heathcote (Investment NSW) & Ryan Edwards-Pritchard (Cape)
Joining us for E142 are Katie Heathcote, Associate Director Technology – Export Services for Investment NSW and Ryan Edwards-Pritchard, CEO and Founder of Fintech company Cape.
E141 – VC Panel ft: Karen Chan (Perennial), John Henderson (Airtree), Stew Glynn (TEN13)
Just last month (June) Innovation Bay spent 3 days and 3 nights in Noosa, Queensland with over 100 of the country’s leading VCs for our VC community Aurora’s annual cornerstone event, Venture Downunder (VDU). After a learning day full to the brim with panels, discussions, keynotes and serendipitous conversations, we took the opportunity to sit down with three of the most illustrious and active VCs in the ecosystem right now to take a snapshot in time of the current state of affairs of our industry and to catch their thoughts, concerns and what they’re most excited about right now.
E140 – Dr Julio Ribeiro, Inventia Life Science
Dr Julio Ribeiro is the Co-Founder and CEO of Inventia Life Science, a deeptech, biotechnology company. Inventia build instruments for the 3D printing of biomaterials (literal living human cells) to print 3D structures or models of tumors with an ultimate aim to accelerate the drug discovery process and speed up medical research.
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