EVENT DETAILS
TIME

06:30 PM to 09:45 PM

COST

$150 per person

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FOCUS DINNER

Wednesday 18 October, 2017

W/ Tim Fung - Airtasker

Macquarie Bank

1 Shelley Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
Sydney, Aus

TOPIC

How to rapidly grow from startup to influential company

DESCRIPTION

We're delighted to be joined by one of Australia's true visionaries, who has taken community marketplace, Airtasker from startup to truly influential company in just a few short years.

As co-founder and CEO Tim is responsible for the strategy, business development and culture of the business which has seen Airtasker raise $32M in funding and grow to more than 1.3M users.

Tim is a serial technology investor and entrepreneur with extensive experience in web start-ups, business development, marketing and finance. He's a co-founder of Tank Stream Labs, and a founding member on the Tank Stream Ventures Committee.

Airtasker continue to innovate, recently announcing they will use Aus Post's 'Digital iD' to verify users identities in a continued effort to build trust and transparency on the platform. Tim's focus has shifted away from product to the company's longer term strategy but continues to champion a company culture that cares about the people inside the business, and care about the work that they do.

There are few who are has experienced, passionate and driven as Tim. Join us for an up close personal evening where we'll delve into Tim's incredible journey and learn from one Australia's best young entrepreneurs.

EVENT SPEAKER/S
Tim Fung Tim Fung
NATIONAL SPONSOR KPMG
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