23. September 2019 - 15:00 till 17:00
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Proto: Communicate your Ideas | INCUBATE Hub | Monday, 23. September 2019

Communicate your Ideas
Founders spend a lot of time communicating their ideas and traction. Whether you’re looking for a co-founder who shares your vision, making a sale, or pitching to a potential investor, sharing a clear and compelling message is key to your success.
In this two hour workshop, you’ll practise communicating your ideas with others in an elevator pitch, develop a compelling origin story, and begin structuring your first pitch deck. 

FAQ

Who can join?
There is no assumed knowledge to join Proto.
Proto has been developed for University of Sydney students, alumni, and staff, but members of the public are welcome to purchase a ticket. 

Is there a cost?
Proto programs are free for University of Sydney students, alumni and staff. You can purchase a ticket if you don’t fit that description. Students and staff should bring their University ID. 

Do I need an idea?
You don’t need to have an idea to join Proto, but you’ll get the most value if you do plan to develop an idea as part of the program.

How do I get to the INCUBATE Hub?
To access the INCUBATE hub, enter the Wentworth Building from the Butlin Ave entrance. Take the lift or stairs to level 4, and the entrance is to your right.
The closest train station is Redfern, and the closest bus stop is City Rd before Butlin Ave.
Paid parking is available in the Seymour Centre. Limited untimed free parking is available on Butlin Ave.

Exterior of the INCUBATE space


What is Proto?
Do you have an idea for a startup, or a passion to make an impact? Proto is the INCUBATE program designed to help you develop ideas and evolve them into early-stage startups. 
It's a series of workshops that are open to all, and are free for University of Sydney students, alumni and staff. 
There is no assumed knowledge to join Proto.
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Proto is delivered by INCUBATE, the award-winning startup accelerator program founded by the University of Sydney Union.

Who is the facilitator?
Lucas Hakewill develops and delivers Proto, which equips students with the skills to tackle the early stages of building a startup. He brings experience in entrepreneurship and technology, and is always excited about solving big problems with empathy and creativity.

More questions?
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Find out more about Proto.