Join us to explore how to navigate an ever-evolving landscape, what's next on the innovation horizon and what it means for our shared future.
Visiting Entrepreneur Tim Kentley Klay describes himself as a painter, designer, animator, film-maker, trouble-maker and thinker.
Tim is hard-wired to expand what is possible, he has demonstrated this in having founded and grown three successful businesses – Zoox, XYZ Studios, Crayon and his current venture, HYPR. He sees his companies as the engines that make great ideas happen.
Join Tim as he sits down with Holly Ransom to explore frontier technology, how he navigates an ever-evolving landscape, what he sees as next on the innovation horizon and what it could mean for our shared future. And what would a conversation be with Tim without asking about Zoox, the autonomous mobility company he founded that was acquired by Amazon?
Following this unwired chat and Q&A on what’s next in the future of technology, innovation and so much more, stay and be part of the celebration in the closing event of the 2022 Visiting Entrepreneur Program.
The closing event of the 2022 Visiting Entrepreneur Program is delivered in partnership with Canva. We look forward to seeing you in person in Surry Hills courtesy of our host Canva - enjoy the beautiful venue, drinks and nibbles, and vibe.
Moderator: Holly Ransom, CEO of Emergent
In Conversation: Tim Kentley Klay, Co- Founder, HYPR & Zoox
4:30pm: Arrival, grab a drink, nibbles and get ready for the Conversation with Tim
5pm: In Conversation with Tim Kentley Klay
5:30pm: Live Q&A from the audience
5:45pm: Wrap up, thank you and celebration of the official close of 2022 Visiting Entrepreneur begins
6:30pm: Event concludes
Tim is a creative and technical entrepreneur. He is the founder of HYPR, an AI robotics company developing mobility systems that improve as they move. Previously, he was the founder of Zoox, an autonomous mobility company acquired by Amazon. In 4 years, he built Zoox into a company valued at $3.2 billion, raised $800 million in 2 rounds, hired 500 people, and filed 125 patents across software, hardware and design as he architected the development of a ground-up, vertically integrated autonomous mobility ecosystem. In 2020, Tim was named the Global Australian of the Year in the annual Advance Awards.
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