One of the biggest challenges founders face when they get their idea off the ground is what they need to do next to make it happen.
That’s what we recently explored in the Idea to Unicorn series presented by Startup Daily in partnership with Microsoft.
Over two days at Tank Stream Labs in the Sydney Startup Hub, we looked at the steps you need to take to get your startup up and running, from execution to hiring the right team and securing investments.
We spoke to founders, venture capitalists and others who work daily at the beginning of the life of startups in a series of panels, presentations and face-to-face conversations that we will share with Startup Daily readers over the next week.
This presentation, with Alex Hattingh, Chief People Officer at Employment here, explored how to build a superstar team by finding and retaining the best talent
We share the other five talks and presentations designed for early stage founders.
View the presentation on Building a business with a purpose by means of antlers Adele Moynihan here.
And check out the fantastic panel here on how to get things done as a startup founder.
This week, on May 4-5, we will be hosting two more sessions in the Idea to Unicorn series for late stage startups and scale-ups. The details and to book (it’s free!).
The theme for May 4 is: Scale with the best people – how to get your teams and partners right
The sessions are:
- Talent Masterclass: Bringing in the Best in a Competitive Market, Fireside Conversation with Angelina McMenamin, Head of Talent at Wisetech
- How to build a viscous culture at a technology company presented by Anthony Koochew, founder of Azured
- Getting the Mix Right: Founding Lessons on Scaling with Teams, Partners and Providers, with Simon Thurlow, CEO of Parallo and Peter Brocklebank, MD of BeingIconic
On May 5 it is: Go to the next level – set yourself up in Unicorn style
The sessions are:
- Going global, and how to do it right, a fireside chat with Aussie Unicorn, Linktree
- Attracting capital: the ins and outs of late stage finance by a lawyer, presented by Sophie Mao, LegalVision
- Raising Money in an Uncertain World: Founders Lessons on Securing Real Money, with Tom Humphrey, Director, Blackbird Ventures, Martin Karafilis, Co-Founder, Tiliter and Sebastian Stevens, Partner at BDO.