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Save Your Pennies On a Startup: How to get professional tools to run your startup on the tightest of budgets This workshop will offer cost effective options to help young entrepreneurs understand that the right technology isn't the only answer.
It is often the case that young entrepreneurs spend a good percentage of their startup budget on technology, or don't get the right technology, because they think it is too expensive. Starting a new business, or have recently started a new business? Then this workshop is for you! Hear from Lee Tsiamis as he reflects on his own start up experiences and equips you with the necessary skills to save your pennies on a startup.
By the end of the workshop attendees will have learnt: - the range of online tools available to help them get the necessary technology up and running for their start up - the importance of the alignment between people, processes and technology
WHAT: Digital Strategy Workshop- Save Your Pennies On a Startup: How to get professional tools to run your startup on the tightest of budgets
PRESENTER: Lee Tsiamis,Account Executive at Bluewolf (http://au.linkedin.com/company/bluewolf?trk=ppro_cprof)
WHEN: Tuesday, 6 – 8pm, April 4th.
WHERE: Vibewire Hub, 525 Harris Street Ultimo 2007.
Free for Vibewire Residents (http://vibewire.org/become-a-resident/) $15 for Vibewire Hub Members (http://vibewire.org/become-a-vibewire-hub-member/) $30 for Non-Hub members To purchase tickets click HERE (http://www.eventbrite.com.au/event/5368013874)
About the Speaker
"I live and breathe the projects I'm working on, and I do this because I love the work I do and the results I get." -Lee Tsiamis
Lee Tsiamis has worked with start-ups such as dLook.com.au (One of Australia's biggest online business directories) and AussieEmployment.com.au and has built a solid foundation around P&L management, resourcing and respect for what needs to be done to run a successful operation. He has a solid background in web based technologies, SaaS, PaaS, Social Enterprise, Telecommunications and code development and an intimate understanding of system complexities, meaning he can set the right expectation with clients and delivery teams which is often a volatile juggling act.