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“The main point of difference for Sparrow is the user experience. Not just booking through the app, but the support afterwards. Adrian [Ciaschetti, co-founder] has been taking calls at midnight from customers, trying to give them the best possible support, which I’m sure his girlfriend isn’t enjoying."
The reason StartCon didn’t go to Melbourne this year is because Philip Dalidakis and his team couldn’t deliver on what they agreed upon in a signed letter. The Minister and his team tried to re-trade on multiple points including marketing support, and his department was so comically incompetent that they couldn’t turn around a basic sponsorship agreement in five months despite repeated prodding, to the point of absurdity.
We sat down with Tristan Pollock, Venture Partner of 500 Startups, a leading global venture capital seed fund and startup accelerator based in Silicon Valley.
500 Startups have invested in over 1,200 companies including Twilio, TalkDesk, CreditKarma and Vonjour, and their biggest exits have come from Makerbot at $403M, Wildfire at $350M and Viki at $200M.
StartCon 2016 officially launches: Bonfire Of The Unicorns! Sold out six years running, Australia’s largest startup & growth conference is on November 26 and 27 at Randwick Racecourse.
Within one week of announcing the venue and date, StartCon 2016 pre-release tickets sold out completely. Now, the much-awaited conference is officially launching general ticket sales, along with a bold theme for this year’s event: Bonfire of the Unicorns.