An event expecting around 60-80 people achieved a high of over 100 women for the question and answer session whereby local female entrepreneurs explained their journeys, and advice to budding entrepreneurs.
The talks revolved around three main lessons and Andrew Hall from Founder Institute explained, "every budding entrepreneur should come up the financial literacy curve, and gain competence and confidence in financial matters... Secondly, it’s important to boost your confidence and self-belief in your startup business, you should use failure as a tool on the path to success... And finally, you should hold a customer-centric focus”.
Claire McGregor spoke about her experience, and the vitality for holding a customer-centric view with examples of understanding Appbot’s customers:
Kate Kirwin, Spacecubed’s events coordinator, spoke of the great lessons, entrepreneurial tips and solutions the guest speakers shared with the audience. “It was great to learn from Kath Giles about how mistakes are positives, and if we don’t make them as entrepreneurs, we won’t make anything at all.”
Spacecubed are proud to sponsor the great events Founder Institute run, and look forward to seeing more. Stay tuned for more Founder Institute events and register for Wednesday’s event, ‘Using design thinking and lean startup to uncover problems worth solving,’ here.
Also on the horizon for September is Perth Web Girls, Perth’s largest tech event for women, aimed at delivering coding tuition to budding entrepreneurs and business women in the Perth community.
Join Spacecubed as a community member and be part of the #100in100 before the end of financial year for access to more great weekly events.