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Sydney  5 & 6 August 2016

An evening + half-day event following the annual Sinch LegalTech Sydney (SLTS):
1. Evening post-SLTS Drinks and Product Launch followed by Dinner: Fri 5 August 2016 - 5pm to 7pm 
2. Morning Peer Mentoring Workshop: Sat 6 August 2016 - 9:30am to 1pm
Venue: 
City Tatts Club, 194 Pitt St, Sydney
Overview:
Essentially it will be following on from the usual short, sharp 5 to 10 minute sessions all day Friday, and involve a separate product-centric "show and tell" workshop session. It builds on our annual Conference, and the recent August Sydney and November Launchpads. We not only cover legal IT and business concepts, but also explore ways to help progress some great ideas and products via peer support, funding and distributioin options.

Workshop:

Noric Dilanchian and Simon Lewis prepared this list to provide some structure for the workshop participants. There is no perfect list of questions for tech venture start-ups as business status, business development and commercialisation methodologies continue to differ and evolve. 

1. Why did you start your venture? This is about the problem, the need or the itch that the venture solves and also your motivation as a founder of the venture taking on the challenge.
2. What is your venture providing? Indicate the product assets, offerings, features, functionality and especially the benefits to users. Tell us why existing tools don’t achieve the same result as well.
3. When did you start your venture?
4. Who’s on your team?
5. When will your venture launch?
6. What market segment are you targeting? It might be consumers, corporations, government or individual practitioners (eg corporate lawyer, barrister, solicitor, trade mark attorney, accountant, conveyancer) in a particular practice area or area of law.
7. What relationships has the venture established so far? These may be with testers, users, customers, the development community and others.
8. What relationships do you seek to get to the next level? Do you seek users, customers or participants of some other type?
9. What resources will take you to the next level? The resources could be other startups; users; content providers; editors or others with specific creative or technical skills; coaches; investors; distributors; and consultants or strategists on design, IP, monetisation and capital raising.

 

Space is limited so book now. Follow on Twitter: #SLPS16

 

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Previous Events:

Melbourne Fri 13 Nov 2015
12:30 pm to 2:30 pm Briefing via 5 to 10 minute presentations
2:30 pm to 5:00 pm Show and Tell, Peer Mentoring Workshop
5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Drinks & Product Launch (watch this space)
7:00 pm to ...          Dinner

 

Venue: 
Kelvin Club, 14-30 Melbourne Place, Melbourne

 

Presenters:
Oliver Townsend
Matthew Perriam
Margot Stubbs
Steve Bonner
Tim van Gelder
Julian Uebergang
Andrew Rogers
Pat Brown
Graeme Perkins
Stephen Foley
Ben Toner
Rhondda Nicholas
This list may change.

 

 

 

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