Join The Technical University of Munich (TUM) and The University of Queensland (UQ) for an honest conversation with women entrepreneurs from opposite sides of the globe.

You will have the opportunity to connect with fellow founders, and discuss challenges and best practice on topics including:

  • Networking and building a strategic network
  • Raising funds
  • Building diverse teams

Register to attend


Event details:

  • Date: Thursday 28 September 2023
  • Time: 5-6:30pm 
  • Venue: Online (Zoom Webinar)

Guest speakers: 

Dr Hana Milanov, Professor of International Entrepreneurship, TUM.
Sarah Wali, Founder and CEO of BugSense.

 

Dr Jo'Anne Langham, Senior Manager of UQ Ventures and Founder of SparkTank.
Phoebe Bardsley,
Co-founder and CEO of Go Locum.

Moderated by

Beth Lawrance, Empower Women's Accelerator Manager of UQ Ventures.
Juliana Bonitz, Strategy Manager International Entrepreneurship Projects, TUM.

 


About The Technical Universty of Munich:

The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of Europe’s top universities. It is committed to excellence in research and teaching, interdisciplinary education and the active promotion of promising young scientists. The university also forges strong links with companies and scientific institutions across the world. TUM was one of the first universities in Germany to be named a University of Excellence. It’s affiliated entrepreneurship centre UnternehmerTUM is Europe’s Leading Center for Innovation and Business Creation. The Munich-based center offers founders and start-ups a complete service from the initial idea to IPO. A team of over 400 experienced entrepreneurs, including scientists and investors, supports start-ups with business creation, market entry and financing – also with venture capital.

About The University of Queensland:

For more than a century, The University of Queensland (UQ) has educated and worked with outstanding people to deliver knowledge leadership for a better world. UQ regularly ranks among the world's top universities, with a 2,500-strong interdisciplinary research community and inspiring teachers who have won for UQ more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. The majority of UQ's current 55,000 students and 7,410 full-time staff are women, who create change across the world, every day. UQ is committed to encouraging and supporting these many women who are vital to our ongoing prosperity, so they can thrive in a diverse and inclusive environment.