A great day for Sydney entrepreneurs to attend a forum on ”˜Innovation’ with opportunity to meet and hear Jim Maxwell, the Legendary ABC Cricket Commentator!

Hear Jim talk about “Stories From Around the Wicket“. What has he got to say about Indian Cricket? What’s that got to do with Innovation? Revealed only at TiE Conference in Sydney on TUE, Oct 11, 2011. Do not miss it.

TiE is the largest global network of entrepreneurs with 57 Chapters in 15 countries. It serves anyone succeed in Business with Mentoring, Education & Networking (www.tie.org)

TiECON Australia has organized a national conference on Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Funding, bringing together international business leaders and funding providers, titled: ”˜Sustaining Innovation’ on October 11, 2011 in Sydney.

It will feature internationally recognised business leaders from India, USA and Australia and is a great forum for all entrepreneurs, innovators and funding providers to engage and network.

TiECON Australia will feature:

  • Steve Meller – Chief Innovation Catalyst, Procter & Gamble, USA
  • Matt Barrie – CEO, Freelancer.com and BRW Entrepreneur of the Year, previously CEO Sensory Networks
  • Simon Raik-Allen – CTO, MYOB and previously with Taleo, Hyro and Jaspersoft
  • Quentin Goldfinch – CTO, Silverbrook Research. Peviously with Avaya & Resmed
  • Roger LaSalle – Entrepreneur and Speaker on Innovation
  • Sylvia Tulloch – Founder and MD, Dyesol, also Chair of EcoQuest
  • Jim Maxwell – Legendary ABC Cricket Commentator on “Stories From Around the Wicket”
  • Justin Di Lollo – Managing Director, Hawker Britton
  • Kate Carruthers – Co-Founder, Social Innovations Sydney

Who must attend

  • Entrepreneurs in all stages of growth and development
  • Corporates focussing on Innovation and growth strategies based on innovation
  • Small to Medium Businesses to identify sweet spots and niche markets
  • Professionals strategy and business consultants; Innovative and ”˜out of the box’ thinkers


Visit this page for more info & Registration. Do not miss this event. Such top conferences usually cost $1500, but you only pay $150 for the day including food/drinks +networking!


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