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CFIA National Crowdfunding Conference
Find out how specialisation impacts online fundraising campaigns across Donation, Rewards, Equity, Debt and Property Crowdfunding. A high-energy, content-rich and agenda packed day tailored to professional of people movers across all forms of digital fundraising. 4x 20-min speakers per session from 16 speakers. If you have been to a TEDx then you will love format and work hard to make best use of your networking time. The future of fundraising; Keynote: Hon Ed Husic MP - Shadow Minister for the Digital Economy Dr Scott McIntyre – Crowdfunding Professional Association of the USA Dr Joakim Westerholm – University of Sydney Arthur Naoumidis - Domacom - Future Property Peer to Pro what happens next? Tom Dawkins - Start Some Good Alan Crabbe - Pozible Tania Burstin – Mycause Technical Speaker - TBA Jill Storey - Readyfundgo E=MC² (Equity = Mass Crowdfunding²) Greg Goodman- Enable (ASSOB) Matthew Pinter – Chris Gilbert - Equitise TBA - Venturecrowd Date And Time Friday 7th December[masked]:45 am to 5:00 pm AEDT Location Abercrombie Building Darlington Ln & Abercrombie St, Darlington NSW 2008 How to buy your ticket? $100 – $150 including 3rd party booking charge Or get a coupon by completing our survey! For the latest info

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Darlington Ln Abercrombie Street · Sydney

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    What we're about

    The CFIA is a unified national voice for crowdfunding in Australia.

    We represent causes, projects, and entrepreneurs working on the next big thing. We're also investors growing profitable portfolios, and platforms bringing causes, entrepreneurs and investors together. We are the crowd, helping Australians achieve amazing things.

    The Sydney chapter of the CFIA brings energy and passion for crowdfunding, and a regular opportunity for members to network. CFIA events also attract some of the most influential people in crowdfunding as guest speakers, panelists, and presenters.

    Join us, get involved, and see how mighty the crowd can be.

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