Want to attend Sydney’s top tech events and conferences this month but don’t know where to start or where to go? You’re in luck! We’ve compiled a carefully selected list that features the eight best tech events in Sydney so you can be sure that you’re not missing out on the latest industry trends and insights.
Whether you’re a small business owner who needs tailored tips and advice, a tech lover who wants to stay up-to-date on the latest industry updates, or you’re just wanting to network at meetups with like-minded tech folks, you’ve come to the right place.
Read on to find the best tech events that fit your interests this month…
Our top tech events in Sydney this September
Life’s a Pitch
September 18, Griffith Hack
This event is led by Rashid Kotwal, a former Mechanical Engineer and Psychology student with extensive experience in the tech industry. Passionate about human behaviour and how to best optimise productivity, his goal is to support aspirational business owners to develop their ideas and turn them into products. With the help of three judges, pitchers will receive helpful tips and advice to be empowered with business-building ideas. However, non-pitchers are also welcome!
Startup Funding & Equity Crowdfunding
September 18, The Studio
Want to learn more about the different ways to raise capital for your small business? You’re not alone. In this Speaker Series handcrafted by volunteers, you’ll discuss a number of ways you can seek funding to ultimately expand your small or medium-sized enterprise and thrive on a global scale.
INCUBATE + Boost Design: Intro to Startup Product Dev.
September 20, INCUBATE hub
The INCUBATE hub is an award-winning startup accelerator program that provides mentoring and guidance to fast-growing startups in Sydney. In this workshop facilitated by Boost Design, you’ll explore broad themes like the incubation stages for hardware and medical devices, lean startup principles and hardware product development.
Lean Startup Sydney Meetup
September 25, General Assembly Sydney
Come along to this lean start-up event where you’ll get to hear and discuss ‘How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses’ and fully delve into how to efficiently run your business. We recommend reading ‘Lean Startup’ by Eric Ries’ before the event to make sure you reap the maximum benefits!
Cool Recruitment Tech We Love – Captain’s Table Sydney
September 25, Shangri La Hotel Sydney – Cambridge Room
Price: $79.63 – $88
If you’re planning on attending a recruiting conference this month, this is the one for you. Presented by two senior industry owners and recruiters, the Cool Recruitment Tech We Love event brings together recruitment and technology to help companies run their hiring operations more effectively. Attendees will be presented with the latest recruitment technology apps and tools to attract, hire and retain the right talent.
The Studio Women’s Network: The Ephemeral Woman
September 26, Sydney Startup Hub
This event is all about female entrepreneurs and startups networking and exchanging experience, skills or challenges in the tech industry. It runs every quarter and aims to encourage women to choose a career in technology and guide them on their road to success.
Startup&Angels Sydney #15
September 26, Sydney Startup Hub
Price: $27.46 – $43.29
This exclusive networking event is organised by Australiance & Emerging Classified Ventures which has hosted 37 successful previous editions in the broader APAC region. With more than 200 speakers, including four startup founders, one advisor and one investor, this event expects to host more than 3,000 attendees. Participants will get to learn from the inspiring stories of global entrepreneurs and to network with like-minded peers over some wine, beer and food – all included in the booking price, of course.
Proto: Discover Startups
Multiple dates, INCUBATE hub
If you’re an entrepreneur excited about startups or you want to finally take the leap and develop your idea, this is the event you need. You’ll learn how to turn your idea into a functioning business and how to navigate the ever-evolving start-up landscape.
Whether you’re a business owner, an employee or a student, attending one of the above events will surely help you stay abreast of the latest industry trends and get inspired. As tech events are usually where the future of the industry is shaped, expect to grow both professionally and personally by becoming an attendee at a tech conference in Sydney this September.