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Welcome to FuckUp Nights Melbourne! We aim to celebrate the mistakes, the failures, and stories that make us the humans that we are.
FuckUp Nights is a global movement born in Mexico in 2012 to share public business failure stories with hundreds of people attending each event around the world. Each month 3 speakers will be invited to talk about their FuckUp stories; we’ll learn about their biggest mistakes, what they learned, how they moved on- all whilst sharing invaluable advice along the way.
The speakers will candidly share in 7 minutes:
At the end of each person’s story, you’ll have a chance to ask questions- nothing too cheeky, but feel free to dig around.You’ll hear stories and advice you won’t get elsewhere - and these stories will (hopefully) put you in good stead to not make the same fuckups.
Garry works in Partnerships and Marketing for General Assembly in Australia and is a passionate and experienced brand collaborator and marketer. Garry’s role at General Assembly entails exploring meaningful business development opportunities through strategic partnerships with innovative companies and individuals throughout the tech, business and creative sectors.
Garry achieves this through event curation, as well as initiating forward-thinking marketing strategies for the Australian and global markets. He helps to drive brand exposure for General Assembly and aligned partners though community engagements in partnership with Australian and Global businesses, meetup groups, co-working spaces and creative individuals.
Garry has plentiful experience in Digital Marketing and eCommerce marketing strategy and operations, covering everything from content marketing to local marketing activations, from advertising to SEO, and a long history of customer service experience. You can also find him running meetup groups and events, singing in bands, MC’ing events and much, much more!
Events & Communications Manager,
Josh has worked across some large-scale Melbourne events and spaces in programming, production, design, and communications. He believes in coworking, collaborative learning and supporting local entrepreneurs, and is a strong supporter of programs encouraging community and creativity.
Josh is currently Events & Communications Manager for Inspire9, Melbourne's community-led coworking space, where he enjoys creating delightful and engaging experiences for the Melbourne startup community. You'll often find him holding a photoshoot with Scout, his cat, rowing on Albert Park lake or stuffing his face with cheese.
Inspire9 is the original community-led coworking space for Melbourne’s startups, freelancers, and creative entrepreneurs. Inspire9 is a community in the truest sense. We share ideas, responsibilities and opportunities. We collaborate on projects, help our neighbours with a tricky technical problem and broker business deals over a game of pool or ping-pong. Inspire9 is offering a chance to experience coworking in all it's glory with a free day of coworking.
Enter the promo code GENERALASSEMBLY at try.inspire9.com to schedule in a time that suits you! FYI they throw Friday Night Drinks every week, should that pique your interest.
KJR are Australia’s preeminent IT risk mitigation and software quality assurance consultancy, improving development velocity for ASX listed companies, major Government departments and thirdsector institutions.
The KJR Collective are a group of friendly, creative, driven people who are motivated to achieve results and have high standards of quality, integrity, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a desire for new challenges.
Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.
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