Sydney (25 May), Brisbane (26 May), Adelaide (30 May)
Calling all startups and early-stage companies in Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide! ANZA and Chris Shipley of the Guidewire Group are conducting G/SCORE Pitch Slam events in your city. Find out how your company is positioned on the global stage and be in the running for the 2011 Innovate!100 list of the world’s best performing startups.
Register today – spaces are limited. Cost is $49 per company.
Sydney – 25 May – Hosted by ATP Innovations
Suite 145 National Innovation Centre
Australian Technology Park
4 Cornwallis Street
Morning 9 am – 12 noon (click to register)
Afternoon 2 pm – 5 pm (click to register)
Brisbane – 26 May – Hosted by iLab
Level 1, 80 Jephson Street
Afternoon: 2pm – 5 pm (click to register)
Adelaide – May 30 – Hosted by Innovate SA
Level 14, 19 Grenfell Street
What is the G/SCORE?
The G/SCORE measures your company across seven key business factors: business concept, market opportunity, competitive landscape, product execution, business execution, team and business model. It provides you with the focus and reinforcement you need to take your business to the next level.
How Do I Get My G/SCORE?
We provide you with a template to prepare a 5-minute pitch. It’s that easy. You deliver your pitch to the G/SCORE team led by Chris Shipley. The G/SCORE accurately and consistently assesses your company regardless of your stage, market segment and geography. Each assessment combines both quantitative and qualitative analysis in a transparent, accessible and consistent process.
Why Should I Get My G/SCORE?
When you get your G/SCORE, you will be able to benchmark your company against thousands of companies worldwide. You’ll get actionable steps that highlight your company’s strengths and opportunities and be in the running for the 2011 Innovate!100 list of the world’s best performing startups.
Read more about Chris Shipley, the Guidewire Group and the G/SCORE, backed by the National Science Foundation. Click here.
ANZA is the exclusive partner of the G/SCORE in Australia and New Zealand.