Exciting news, tech enthusiasts! Australia's premier tech and innovation festival, West Tech Fest, will return to Perth from Monday 4 December to Friday 8 December 2023.
This year's conference will be held at the prestigious Pan Pacific Hotel, 207 Adelaide Terrace - on Wednesday 6 December to bring together the brightest minds in the industry.
Charlie Gunninham shares his thoughts on the massive benefits that tech provides to investors and others in the Australian Early Stage Innovation sector.
Sarah Jacobs, engineer and technology attorney and principal at international engineering firm Jacobs for more than 20 years, describes her personal and professional experience working as an engineer to date.
Andy Lark, investor, entrepreneur and ex-CEO of Commbank, Foxtel and XERO speaks about tech startups in Perth.
Mark Pownall, Director of Strategy and Innovation, Business News. Thirty years of impeccable journalism has made Mark a powerful voice for the Western Australian business landscape in the context of setting strategic priorities.
What AI has to say about the project:
"Engaging the attention of technology students to help with the design of the website for the group it represents is a great idea. These students may have the technical skills, knowledge, and creativity necessary to help design an effective and engaging website.
It is important to provide the students with clear guidelines and expectations, as well as specific goals and objectives for the project. This will help ensure that they are working towards a common goal and that their efforts are aligned with the vision for the website and the group.
In addition, it is important to provide the students with the resources and support they need to be successful. This may include access to technology, software, and other tools, as well as guidance and mentorship from experienced professionals.
Overall, by engaging technology students in the development of the website and the group it represents, it is possible to tap into a valuable source of talent and energy, while also providing the students with a meaningful real-world learning experience."