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We are an exclusive community for entrepreneurs, investors and business leaders who are curious about the future, want the disrupt the status quo and believe technology can power innovation and change the world.

Innovation Bay is place to share ideas, experiences and build networks. To celebrate the successes and learn from the failures, so that collectively we can see more Australian startups flourish.

We are passionate about helping the innovators and disruptors of Australia thrive – whether you are an entrepreneur just beginning or from a large corporate, we encourage you to become a member.

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Perth Angel Dinner - 30th May

6:30-10:00pm 30 May 2018 Kailis Bros Leederville, 101 Oxford Street, Leederville WA Perth More Info

Melbourne Founder Dinner

6:00pm 05 Jun 2018 238 Clarendon St, South Melbourne VIC 3205 More Info

Speaker Breakfast

07:45-09:00am 19 Jun 2018 Kailis Bros Leederville 101 Oxford Street Leederville, WA 6007 Australia More Info

Breakfast with Shaun Holthouse, Catapult

7:30 - 9:30 am 27 Jun 2018 York Butter Factory, 520 Bourke Street, Melbourne More Info

Focus Dinner with Luke Anear, Safety Culture

6:30 - 9:30 PM 28 Jun 2018 Macquarie Bank 1 Shelley Street Sydney, NSW 2000 More Info

Breakfast Briefing with Airtree Ventures

7:30 am – 9:30 am 10 Jul 2018 KPMG, 151 Pirie Street, Adelaide, SA 5000 More Info

Fintech Founder Dinner

6:00 - 10:00 PM 16 Jul 2018 Ovolo Hotel, 6 Cowper Wharf, Wooloomooloo, Sydney, NSW 2011 More Info

In the last month we participated in many pitch night events and by far the Innovation Bay founders dinner was the most valuable. The structure of the night and the feedback together with a list of genuine leads is like no other.

Innovation Bay has been a great supporter of Expert360. We've been introduced to a world class network of advisors and investors through their events. They are a great springboard for start-ups in Australia. We raised $100k through the Innovation Bay dinner.

We closed our Angel round directly from pitching at the Innovation Bay Angel Dinner. with great investors and quality meetings with potential clients through Innovation Bay attendee introductions. It also increased exposure for our next funding round. Great session to learn from successful founders, like the Y Combinator founders also.

Answer these 10 quick questions to uncover the real reasons why you’re not able to take control of your creative work.

This is part 2 of the Story Building series, based on Out on the Wire .

Story Building

Part 1: Story ideas.

Part 2: The Focus Sentence .

Part 3: The XY Story Formula .

Part 4: Chronology and suspense.

Part 5: Framing and the Story Madlib.

It’s the best feeling: You’ve got a big idea. You dive in, and go deep, following your taste . You’re hooked…. But how do you know if you’re on to something that other people will find compelling?

Or, perhaps more precisely, how can you make clear to everyone else what it is that makes this idea so gripping for you ? Because it’s not always clear to us what it is that keeps us interested in our own work.

I’ve talked about how to find and feed an idea, how to identify your taste and pay attention to your attention. But even if you’ve got a whole stable of ideas, how do you figure out which ones work, and which ones don’t? How do you know if your idea is even worth pursuing?

Your ideas are seeds. Making stories is impossible without them, but you need to water them to figure out which ones are big strong oak trees and which ones are just scraggly little weeds.

That’s not as easy as it sounds to figure out. But by a very fortuitous coincidence, the very first reporting trip I made for Out on the Wire was to the Transom Workshop , in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, an eight-week workshop where Rob Rosenthal teaches up-and-coming radio producers how to make better stories.

What was great about that was that the students at the Transom Workshop were trying to figure out exactly what I needed to figure out as I was just starting a giant new project: how to discover what was at the heart of their stories.

Jessica Kittams forged into the unknown while I sat in on the class. She came in with four interviews with people involved in a pilot farming project on Martha’s Vineyard. Her idea had been to do some kind of overview of this project, but she was stuck.In a way, it was a problem of too much information: It was all interesting, and there was no one thread pulling things together other than the basic topic of “there’s a pilot farming project on Martha’s Vineyard.”

The class started digging into the interviews, and it quickly became apparent that the most intriguing character in the bunch was a young farmer named Lily with strong ideas about how she wanted to work.

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