Friday April 7, 5-6:30pm Collingwood
Collingwood is becoming a hotbed of creative industry. Join Pozible in discovering the studios and environments pointing the way to a creative future.
We will start from the Pozible office, visiting the Schoolhouse Studios before finishing with a panel talk and discussion at The Commons Co.
Australia’s largest home-grown crowd-funding platform and embed design into their day-to-day process to deliver change at speed
Schoolhouse Studios is a not-for-profit arts organisation based in Melbourne. They provide affordable workspaces for emerging artists and creative businesses in inner-city Melbourne: a space to play and inspire.
The Commons Collingwood
The Commons Collingwood is an ecosystem of businesses and individuals looking to connect, focus and grow.
Pippa French (Projects Manager – 3000acres)
Talks Building Community
A Botanist and Horticulturist with a desire to make our cities happier and more resilient through growing food. She has worked at 3000acres since 2014 and in that time has managed numerous projects, relishing the diversity of the work. Pippa also works at the City of Yarra as an Urban Agriculture Facilitator.
Josh Stewart (CTO – Pozible)
A full stack software developer who introduced the Agile framework to the Pozible development process.
Vanessa Bossio (Operation Manager – The Commons)
Alan is the co-founder and CEO of Pozible. Alan introduced Crowdfunding to Australia and Asia pacific. The Pozible platform was developed to help people build audiences, raise capital and get creative and social ideas off the ground. The site has hosted thousands of projects in Australia alone and distributed over $55 million to creative individuals, groups and organisations since it launched in 2010.
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