Activator Sessions #36
EXCITING NEWS: We are very excited to announce that these sessions will be held in Ministry of Awesome's new AwesomeHQ located in the Kahukura Building on Moorhouse Avenue (between Madras & Barbadoes). We look forward to welcoming everyone coming along to these sessions into our new space.
Ministry of Awesome's Activator Sessions are made up of 20-minute mentoring sessions where entrepreneurs of all sizes and stages talk through their tech startup, venture or idea and get focused feedback from our Startup Activation Coordinator and a veteran panel of business experts. This is your opportunity to use their expertise and networks to ensure your best possible chance of success.
Here’s how it works:
Select a 20-minute appointment that works for you and tell us about your idea or your business.
Feel free to bring along any materials that will assist you (notes, drawings, websites, photos, presentations, etc.) or just bring you.
These sessions are always sold out so please show up on time, get ready to focus, and gear up for a great session.
Hannah McKnight: Hannah is the Lead Communications Consultant at The Word Lab, her background is in public relations and marketing with a focus on not-for-profits, start-ups, social enterprises and organisations in the education, health, disability and community sectors. She has a Bachelor of Communication in Communication Management and Journalism, with a minor in Expressive Arts, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Business and Administration, with Merit in Communication Management.
Safe Wongsunopparat: Safe is an Assistant Manager at Grant Thornton New Zealand Ltd. He is an accountant and Business Advisor for Tech Start-ups and dynamic small and medium enterprises in Canterbury. Cloud accounting, operational and real-time advisory, project management, monthly reporting, and forecast are his areas of expertise.
Jacob Varghese Jacob is our Startup Activation Coordinator. He was an investment banker before joining MoA and is passionate about entrepreneurship. He loves to work with young entrepreneurs and new businesses, particularly in digital technology, fintech, and transport sectors. He is an Economics graduate with a Post Graduate Diploma in Business.
Spaces are limited, and the programme is almost always sold out so make sure you get in quick.