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AIEA hosts frequent Networking and Educational events each year and Corporate Affiliates also provide Networking and Professional Development events as approved by AIEA management.   The AIEA membership is a rich, deep pool of talent and most of our guest speakers come from this talent pool.

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    • 6 Nov 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 44

    How to navigate your way from Startup to Success

    In this talk, focused for business owners, Jeremy discusses how to build a business properly and focuses on three key areas: Why it is important to build your foundations before you build up. How to master relationships with consultants. How to take decisive action to help your business.

    Jeremy Streten is an entertaining, dynamic and knowledgeable speaker that never fails to deliver. His experience in building his own business as well as advising thousands of business owners means that Jeremy is not your typical lawyer, delivering energetic presentations that keep audiences engaged.

    Well aware of how brutal it is to sit in an audience, listening to some ‘expert’ waffle on, as they prance around the stage, Jeremy makes sure to keep things entertaining and interactive, by keeping all of his presentations up-to-date and engaging with the attendees directly. In all of his talks Jeremy uses details of real life client situations and events to illustrate the need for the proper legal advice that is so sorely lacking in the business world. 

    This event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee.

    • 4 Dec 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, South Brisbane QLD 4101
    • 78

     Organisational Lifecycles - why organisations grow, age and die, and what you can do about it’.

    Successful Organisations do only two things:
    1) They identify and address problems and solve them rapidly, and 
    2) they identify opportunities and capitalise on them faster than their competitors. 

    If it was that easy, everyone would do it all the time.
    The problems and opportunities faced by organisations is often a function of their position on the lifecycle.  In the human lifecycle, some problems are normal and some problems are abnormal. The same is true for organisations.
    In the human lifecycle, normal vs abnormal problems are often easy to see, however in the Organisational Lifecycle, they are often opaque and hidden below the surface. In the organisational lifecycle, some problems are actually very good to have. They are only a problem if you don't know how to identify and solve them proactively. We will share ideas on how to do this for your organisation, or those that you work with or invest in. 

    And why is it important to understand the lifecycle model? If you can predict what's ahead, you can proactively start dealing with tomorrows challenges, today. You can be proactive and not waste time and energy being unaware and unprepared for what you know is around the corner.

    Don shares his successes and failures, from building companies across four countries, mergers & acquisitions that went well and those that went rather bad. His case studies include:

    • Founding and organically growing companies in professional services, technology and construction
    • Purchasing a company for $750,000 that went on to make nearly $30 million in cash profits and was sold for up to $25 million (earn-out to be finalised).
    • Purchasing a $45 million company that had to be placed into liquidation two years later.
    • Raising capital from Angel Investors, Private Equity and listing on the ASX.

    By popular request, this is a repeat of the presentation that Don gave in June 2017.

    The two course luncheon with wine will be served at 12:30 pm. The presentation will commence at 1 pm. BCEC  is very accessible to train and bus transport and has a 1500 vehicle car park. If you are coming from the CBD, a short ferry ride will allow you to have a pleasant five minute stroll through South Bank.

We are really looking forward to seeing you there, but if feeling pressed for time, here is a reminder why it is great to come anyway…

  1. Timeout to work on your business instead of in it because you and your business are worth it
  2. Networking brings in far more opportunities with many clever minds in the room
  3. AIEA can think of nothing more important than helping you succeed, connecting you with the right people and programs, and growing your business
  4. It’s a whole lot easier to learn from other’s triumphs and mistakes than living through endless mistakes of your own
  5. Our speakers always provide more value than the topic of the day
  6. The topic of the day is always valuable
  7. These events invigorate rather than drain you
  8. Knowing you are not the only one out there gives you the encouragement to keep going and getting better!

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