Fishburners are hosting a pitch night to showcase the incredible startups being built in the deep-tech space right now.
Come along to watch the pitches and network with Australia's best startup community or apply to pitch here.
For those of you who have never attended a Friday Pitch Night, here's a bit of context! Every second Friday night from 5.00pm, Fishburners opens its doors to host Shark Tank-style, Friday Night Pitches. We are a not for profit community of entrepreneurs that are dedicated to growing tech startups - and this is Australia's largest, most regular event in the ecosystem.
If you're looking for inspiration to start a business, are keen to learn some pitch tips, or just want to find out what startups are new in Sydney, this is for you. It's a great event for current entrepreneurs or anyone interested in entrepreneurship but not sure where to start.
Please note that we have limited in-person tickets available (to allow for proper social distancing), so book soon! Find out more about Fishburners here. For further information, please feel free to email email@example.com.
The event schedule for Friday Night Pitches is as follows:
5pm: Networking & drinks
5:30pm: Pitches begin. Grab a seat!
6:30pm-7.00pm (approx.): Networking
7.00pm: Event concludes
This event is part of the Visiting Entrepreneur Program, an annual City of Sydney initiative that connects international entrepreneurs with our local startup ecosystem. The 1-10 June 2021 program puts a spotlight on transformative technologies tackling major global challenges, with an emphasis on biotechnology and quantum technology. See the full program at city.sydney/vep #VEPSyd
How to Find Us
Go directly up to Level 2 of the Sydney Startup Hub. Please walk towards the stairs and turn left to the events space.
**Please note photos may be taken during the event, if you wish to opt-out please let one of our staff members know or email firstname.lastname@example.org for any other concerns.
To adhere to COVID safe requirements, the Fishburners team asks that guests participate in seated networking, social distance, and stay home to watch virtually if they are unwell.