Meaningful Connections Insight Charity Golf Day 2016

We just wanted to say a massive thank you to Insight, our latest Cloud Ctrl Partner for helping us contribute in a small way to Insight’s Charity Golf Day. A fantastic day was had by all and the day raised over $22,000 to donate to the Cancer Centre for Children at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, bring Insight’s total over 4 years to $53,000.

We look forward to working with Insight over the next year and hope we get invited back next year to Insight’s Golf Day in 2017. For now, check out CRN’s CRN photo gallery, and our video and pictures below.

In Picture: Braden Voigt (CoFounder & CTO SixPivot), Veronica Kruse and Dan Gralton (NEXTGEN)

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Faith Rees CoFounder and CEO WiT Board Mentor 2016

At SixPivot a big part of our company ethos is giving back to the community and our industry. Faith Rees, our CoFounder and CEO has stepped up to the challenge again this year and is offering her time to help grow our future leaders of tomorrow by once again supporting the Women In Technology Board Readiness program. Faith has been a mentor for the program over the last few years and continues to support this fantastic initiative. Faith herself completed the program in its first year back in 2008, you can check out her then bio Board Profiles 2008 Graduates. Faith has developed her career significantly over the past few years and credits the program for assisting her in her career progression. She is still in contact with a number of the graduates from the first 2008 program as the program also provides significant networking opportunities.

You can check out more about the program WiT Board Readiness Program 2016

If you are a Female Board member I encourage you to give back and offer your time which is a relatively small commitment to help foster our next generation of board leaders, its not too late to help with the 2016 program get in touch with Faith and she will be happy to put you in touch with the right people.

If you are women in IT and considering leadership or board positions in the future then keep an eye out for next years program in take.

A bit about WiT: “WiT is one of Queensland’s most respected and active technology industry associations. We aim to support, develop, recognise and promote the achievements of women in the technology industries through advocacy, networking events, breakfasts, professional development, mentoring, our Board Readiness Program and the prestigious WiT Awards.”

Braden Voigt CoFounder announced as a Finalist 2016 Young Entrepreneur

We are very excited to announce that our Co-Founder and CTO, Braden Voigt has been honoured among the rising stars of the Brisbane business community. Braden has been announced as a Finalist in the Brisbane News 2016 Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.

The Brisbane Young Entrepreneur Awards recognise the city’s top business founders who have contributed to economic prosperity, challenged the status quo or pioneered social change.”

The winners will be announced at a Gala Dinner on Friday 11th November at Victoria Park. If you would like to support Braden and come along to the event for some great networking tickets are $195 each and can be purchased @ www.businessnewsaus.com.au/event/event/detail/event/55979

SixPivot see winning this award will provide great value not only to Braden but to the organisation as a whole given the wealth of experience the prize brings with it.

As part of our commitment to advancing Brisbane’s entrepreneurial community, finalists will be in the running to receive some amazing rewards to elevate their business to the next level.

One-on-one mentoring session with Steve Baxter.

The tech pioneer is behind Pipe Networks, which was sold to TPG in 2001 for $373 million, as well as an active supporter of startups having founded River City Labs. The straight-talking Shark Tank judge is not afraid to tell you what you need to hear.

12-month membership at River City Labs.

Brisbane’s premier technology co-working community is a hive of activity and collaboration. With more than 100 members, from early stage startups to established entrepreneurs, you’re sure to be inspired.

Half-day strategy session with Blue Sky Venture Capital.

The investment arm of ASX-listed Blue Sky Alternative Investments specialises in securing early and late stage venture capital to drive growth. Backed by a diverse portfolio, Blue Sky’s guidance will propel your business into the stratosphere.

One-on-one mentoring session with Dr Glen Richards.

With more than half of Australian households owning a furry family member, Greencross Vets is a name few would be unfamiliar with. The ASX-listed company is the brainchild of Dr Glen Richards, with the veterinarian driving a $338 million merger with Mammoth Pet Holdings in 2013. The newest Shark Tank judge is passionate about helping businesses add scale.

HLB Mann Judd networking night.

All finalists will be invited to attend an evening of networking with key industry leaders hosted by the award-winning chartered accounting firm on November 3. The Q&A discussions will ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to help you and your business grow.