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MAY 31ST 2017 - carriageworks, sydney

Founders helping founders

They’re contrarian. They think differently. They’re often outcasts and they have the ability to just magic things into existence. At The Sunrise Conference we’re bringing together founders from some of the most successful Australian startups to tell their stories. Join Australia’s startup community, be inspired and learn what it takes to make it in the startup game. Find out more

 
 
 
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Speakers


Founder - Shoes of prey

Jodie Fox

Managing Director - The Wiggles

Paul Field

Founder - Gilmour Space

Adam Gilmour

Founder - bookmarkbox

Mike Cannon-Brookes

founder - Culture amp

Didier Elzinga

Founder - eWAY / Spinify

Matt Bullock

Station Flight Operations Engineer - European Space Agency

Andrea Boyd

founder - Zola

Shan-Lyn Ma

Founder - Fleet Space

Flavia Tata Nardini

Founder - Saber Astronautics / US Army Major - USSTRATCOM

Dr Jason Held

 
 
 
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Highlights from 2016

 
 
 
 

Ticket Prices

 

Earlybird

Sold Out

Early Bird tickets have sold out!

  • Entry to the conference
  • Barista coffee in the breaks
  • Lunch

Standard

$229

Sorry you missed on the earlybird but this is still the best value for money in town. Included in the ticket price.

  • Entry to the conference
  • Barista coffee in the breaks
  • Lunch

VIP

Sold Out

We have a very small numbers of these tickets available. 

  • Entry to the conference
  • Barista coffee in the breaks
  • Lunch
  • VIP Breakfast
  • Reserved VIP seating
 

Sponsors

 
 
 
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Location

Carriageworks

 

Carriageworks is housed in the old Eveleigh Rail Yards at Wilson Street, Redfern. The distinctive nineteenth century industrial atmosphere of the former railway carriage and blacksmith workshops have been retained, with many heritage iron and brick details featured in the regeneration of the building.