After two successful editions in June and September, the 3rd episode of Startup&Angels took place in Sydney CBD. Once again, 6 speakers had the opportunity to present their startup and provide plenty of insights. In the cosy and relaxing atmosphere of WeWork Martin Place’s offices, more than 50 startup lovers discovered 6 promising companies and enjoyed a networking session with French red wine, rosé, and fine catering!
The event started with a presentation by Leo of the activities of Australiance, a throwback to B2B Rocks and a presentation of WeWork.
Our 6 entrepreneurs pitched successively their companies with great energy in front of a curious and captivated audience:
Farid Mirmohseni started the journey with a sharp presentation of WipeHero, the newest and most convenient way to get your car washed. This waterless technology will surely be the future of carwashing! You can now vote for WipeHero for the Startcon Best Student Run Startup Award!
Then our most faithful speaker, Nick Hitchens came once again with insightful legal advice on the subject: “Cash is King”. The topic obviously caught the attention of the whole crowd. Hitch Advisory offers a range of business and legal services delivered differently.
After having been one of our panelist at B2B Rocks, Marc Cowper, Founder of Recomazing came to present his platform that helps businesses Grow Faster Together. He was also here to launch Australiance’s recohub. You can now join this new community recommendation platform by signing up here.
We also had the luck to discover the journey of Caitre’d, narrated by their inspiring Founder Elizabeth Kaelin. How after various rebound, You Chews became Caitre’d, your office catering concierge – at your service to help you book from an exclusive list of curated caterers. Liz is also nominated to win the Startup Founder of the year Award at the StarCon.
Sylvain Mansotte, CEO of Whispli fascinated the audience with the presentation of the world’s first independent, self-served, anonymous two-way, responsive communication platform.
And last but not least, Carl Gough from meetmagic.org told us helps forward thinkers create organisational value and address Australia’s most important social issues. Very simply, they turn everyday business meetings into funds for charities.
The plan for meetmagic, is to donate $250m into the charity sector, one business meeting at a time.
After these presentations, everybody could enjoy amazing products while debriefing the presentation, creating new business opportunities and most important, sharing their love for the startup ecosystem.
Thanks to all the speakers and participants for this great evening! For more photos, check our Facebook album!
Looking forward to welcoming y’all for Startup&Angels #4 during the beginning of 2017.