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Webinar: Getting the most out of Myriad…Continued
June 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST
Presenter: Cameron Johns
Organisation: Impact Innovation Group
Myriad 2018 is finally here, you may have had the chance to personally meet founders, investors, thought leaders and senior executives from some of the most influential brands on the planet. However what comes next? How do you really make the most of your experience and any valuable connections made? Or perhaps you weren’t able to get there this year, how can you stay in the loop? This webinar & pre-webinar survey is an opportunity to have your say and continue to participate to provide significant advantages to your business.
In this webinar, Cameron Johns, Innovation Strategist at Impact Innovation Group, will talk through the responses gathered from this survey, share his first hand-experience as a Myriad Presenter, and provide tips moving forward. Hear what attendees said led to valuable connections, and what others said they would do differently.
In our first webinar, Cameron ran through a step-by-step action plan including tips to prepare, what to bring along and what needs to be done. He discussed what it takes to make a memorable pitch, land an investor, and beyond.
About the Presenter
Cameron Johns develops strategies for meeting the rapidly changing marketplace for all Australian enterprises at all stages of the business life-cycle. He has specialist skills in the execution of turn-around or realignment projects as well as capitalising on new markets or ideas.
With 20+ years as an innovation practitioner, Cameron has helped numerous inventors, start-ups and SMEs with business model development and capital raising. He has also facilitated collaborations between research organisations industry, and empowered not-for-profits to generate commercial success and sustainability. He has managed and piloted programs centred on innovation, advanced manufacturing, science, and technology to drive regional and national economic growth, for Australian and international development outcomes. His network across state and federal governments has led to delivering programs on small business, innovation, and commercialisation. Cameron’s experience includes senior executive appointments, board memberships, business ownership and start-up director roles.
Missed a webinar? You’ll find recordings of previous webinars on the Innovate Queensland YouTube channel.