29 October
Learn, Support and Network!
Be part of Australia's Technology Scaleup Event of the Year on October 29

Its now just over 2 weeks to the Australian Technologies Competition National Finals & Awards at the MCG!

Come and learn from successful scaleups, support this year’s finalists and network with investors, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, government advisors, accelerators, incubators and other key players in the technology ecosystem on Tuesday, October 29!

Finals Day includes:

*a welcome by the Hon. Lily D’Ambrosio (Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change);
*an entrepreneurs panel with the founders of The Yield, Rome2Rio, QuintessenceLabs and Livac:

Achieving serious growth - do's and don’ts for Australian scaleups
* pitches and Q&A by the 17 national finalists with the judges and audience
* probing interviews with the finalists by our MC James O’Loghlin (former compere of The New Inventors on ABC TV);
* awards introduction by Federal Senator Paterson;
* national awards for 10 sectors and Australian Technology Company of the Year
* Significant networking opportunities throughout the program and afterwards in the MCG Members Dining Room

***All tickets include catering and refreshments!

Both you and guests should register through this link (separate registrations required for the finals and the awards):  We look forward to seeing our friends and supporters in Melbourne at one of Australia's most iconic sporting venues

Best regards,

Pat Mooney, ITV Chairman
(ATC Organiser)
29 October 2019
National Pitching & Judging
AFL Dining Room, Level 2, MCG
View 2019 Finalists
09.00 : Registration Desk Opens
09.30: Welcome by Patrick Mooney, Chairman of Impact Tech Ventures
09.40: Keynote Address - The Hon. Lily D'Ambrosio (Minister for Energy, Environment & Climate Change)
10.00: Panel Discussion - The Do's and Dont's for Australian Scaleups - navigating the challenges of global growth
11.00: Networking Break
11.30: Finalist Presentations - Circular Economy & Global Social Impact
12.30: Lunch
13.00: Finalists Presentations - Smart Cities & Cyber Security
14.00: Finalist Presentations - New Energy & Energy Resources
15.00: Networking Break
15.30: Finalist Presentations - Mining Tech & Advanced Manufacuring
16.30: Finalist Presentations - Food & Agribusiness & Medtech & Pharma
17.30: End of Pitching Day

Seating: Free seating, theatre style
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Awards Ceremony & Networking
Members Dining Room, Level 2, MCG
17.45: Registration & Welcome Drinks + Canapes
18.20: Guests to be seated
18.30: Welcome - Patrick Mooney, Chairman of Impact Tech Ventures
18.35: Opening - James O'Loghlin (MC)
18.40: Keynote Speech - Senator James Paterson
18.50: Awards Presentation
19.20: End of Ceremony
19.20: Networking Drinks & Canapes in Members Dining Room
20.30: End

Dress Code: Business Attire
Seating: Assigned seating at Round Tables (8pax per table)
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Meet the Panellists - 10am (Oct 29)
Dr Anabela Correia, CEO // LiVac
Anabela is the CEO of LiVac, an Australian surgical devices company and Director of Inner Maven, a medtech commmericialisation company.  In 2017, LiVac won the Australian Technologies Competition Medtech & Pharma Award as well as being named the overall winner.  Anabela is both an experienced CEO and entrepreneur, having worked in teams to secure capital, deliver technologies to market and negotiate successful agreements with multinational device and pharmaceutical companies.
Dr Vikram Sharma, Founder & CEO // QuintessenceLabs
Recognising the potential of quantum cybersecurity, Vikram Sharma conducted award-winning research to mature this science at the Australian National University (ANU).  He founded and leads the Canberra-headquartered company QuintessenceLabs, which is now at the forefront of the quantum cybersecurity industry.  QuintessenceLabs was named a 2018 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.
Ros Harvey, Founder & CEO // The Yield
Ros Harvey is the Founder & Managing Director of The Yield, an agricultural tech company.  Ros founded the globally-recognised Better Work program, a landmark joint program of the World Bank and the United Nations. She co-founded the Australian Food Agility Consortium and is an Adjunct Professor at the QUT Institute for Future Environments in Intellisensing. A passionate advocate for the role of technology in the sustainable governance of the planet, Ros is an accomplished speaker on AgTech, IoT, converting data to knowledge and the future of food.
Tracey Cooper, Deputy Chairman // Rome2rio Tracey is a long standing member of Melbourne Angels with a career that has covered the spectrum of scale-up experience from founder/CEO through to non-executive director/chairman and across a variety of industries. She is currently the Deputy Chairman on Rome2rio and understands the challenges and opportunities with a global scale-up opportunity from a Melbourne base operating in the modern tech-based environment. She has been a full time company director since 2007 and held various government and private directorships.
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The Australian Technologies Competition is proudly organised by Impact Technology Ventures - a business acceleration company that assists expansion stage companies (scale-ups) in the clean energy, agritech, water and health sectors to commercialise and expand in Asia.  Through strategy advice, mentoring, team building, partner matching, investment sourcing and hands-on sales and marketing support, ITV provides the missing pieces to companies looking to grow rapidly beyond the Australian market.
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