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Sessions: 2013-02-20 - 2013-06-06
Our vision is to Globalize Silicon Valley by creating and fostering local startup ecosystems in promising markets across the globe. We aim to help launch 1,000 technology companies per year in over 75 cities worldwide.
Creative and knowledge-intensive industries are vitally important to economic development and the City of Perth recognises the significant role that entrepreneurship and innovation plays in driving tangible economic outcomes. To enable creativity and innovation to flourish in Perth, the City is a strong and proud supporter of cross-industry networking, collaboration and capacity building activities.
Spacecubed is Perth's hotspot for co-working, collaboration and innovation! Spacecubed brews entrepreneurship through support of organisations that foster knowledge, networking and events in the startup, technology and social innovation spaces.
Elevation Legal, Adam Law Patent and Trade Mark Attorney and Rohan Wallace Patent and Trademark Services are collaborating as the Legal and IP Partners. Elevation Legal(www.elevationlegal.com) assists clients in the legal and commercial aspects of establishment, R&D, innovation and technology commercialisation. Adam Law (www.adamlaw.com.au) and Rohan Wallace (www.rohanwallace.com.au) are Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys, each running a firm that assist clients with obtaining patent and trade mark protection and providing strategic advice in relation to the same. All three firms have a wealth of experience and expertise in assisting start-ups, early stage growth companies as well as, established businesses.
Outsourcing, Partners and Suppliers
Perth 2013 SemesterWhat should you outsource, and what do you need to do in-house? How to segment the vendors that you need? What vendors do you need right when you start, and what vendors will you need as you grow? How do you recruit and select the important vendors? What are tips and tricks to manage vendors in order to ensure a consistent level of quality? How do you fire and replace under-performing vendors? What are common mistakes made when dealing with vendors?