From machine learning to biotechnology, Australian tech companies are experiencing difficulties to find and manage talent who are separated by timezones and locations.
In the meantime, despite the border closures, Australia remains an attractive migration destination. But, what are your options as a skilled migrant or company seeking to recruit offshore talent and what skills are most in-demand?
What you will learn:
How to source and recruit niche talent (on and off-shore)
How to manage a fully distributed team across many timezones
What makes Australia a hub for foreign talent in various fields of deeptech?
Migration opportunities for tech talent, including state and national visa options, and how to increase your chances.
Dr. Christina Giarmatzi, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Sydney Quantum Academy, Centre for Quantum Software and Information
Simon Devitt, Senior Lecturer at Centre for Quantum Software and Information at UTS
Rob Liu, Founder and CEO of ContactOut
Jeff Deutsch, Head of Growth at ContactOut
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
This is a physical event. The capacity may be limited in accordance to updated COVID-19 restrictions.
All attendees are required to check-in on arrival and are encouraged to bring their own face masks. Hand sanitiser will be available.