Dr Eileen Doyle is a serial angel investor and author of “Call a Business Angel” who has had an extensive career in large corporations, in both management and board roles.
She was Australia’s first Fulbright Scholar in Business and spent some time in New York. Dr Doyle was also the Deputy Chairman of the CSIRO, and is a Director of Boral, Oil Search, GPT Group and the Hunter Angels Trust.
On the back of the successful launch of her book, “Call a Business Angel” which is a practical guide with toolkits and case studies to help startups, entrepreneurs and innovators beat the odds and succeed, Dr Doyle is taking her knowledge on the road and is holding a series of workshop events in March.
The event, Practical Funding and Commercial help for Start-Ups and Innovators, will be held the I2N Innovation Hub in Newcastle and The Startup Hub in Sydney.
So who are these talks for?
Well, we all know that building a start-up or new business is tough. The odds are stacked up against you, so you need all the help and advice you can get.
If you need insight into:
- Understand the Innovation Ecosystem
- Be introduced to Angel Investment
- Make a great pitch
- Hear some inspiring case studies
- Learn the basics of running a sustainable business
Then you should block some time out in your calendar and look to attend. Details on the events are as follows:
5.30pm 6 March
I2N Innovation Hub
376 Hunter Street
Contact Richard Berry
12.30pm 27 March
The Studio Sydney Startup Hub
Level 6, 11 York Street
Contact Claire Tester
For more information on Dr Eileen Doyle you can visit her website here.