Join us for a panel discussion on how to grow your Sports Tech business in overseas markets. Presented by New Zealand Trade and Enterprise in conjunction with Global Victoria, this session aims to share learnings from successful Sports Technology companies in Victoria, Australia in order to help firms understand the factors and steps that lead to business success. This session will help viewers to hit the ground running and be better equipped when looking to work in Victoria and wider Australia.
This webinar will be relevant to businesses in the Sports Technology industry who are looking to grow their business globally, most specifically into Victoria, Australia; as well as learning more about innovative Sports Tech solutions.
By attending this panel, you will learn about the factors and steps that led to the guest
speakers’ businesses being successful. This will better equip you to make decisions about
entry into the Australian market and be able to hit the ground running. We will cover:
• The commercialisation process of each panel member’s business
• The decision criteria and process to go global
• How to select relevant markets to enter
• Advice on how to set up in Victoria as an New Zealand Business
• It will also be of interest for businesses looking to learn more about technology in Sports
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
Shannan is an expert in large scale paid and volunteer workforce operations.
Since starting Rosterfy in 2010, Shannan has a proven track record working
with the worlds largest events including the Super Bowl 2017, 2018 and 2019,
numerous World Cup's and large scale events across 5 continents.
Shannan has a strong focus on enhancing the way sports, events, charities and venues engage, communicate and train their on demand volunteer and paid workforce.
Boden is VP, Brand & Communications at Catapult, the world leader in
sports technology for elite teams, working in branding, PR, social media,
design, and content marketing for the past almost eight years, which has
been spread across its Melbourne and Chicago offices.
Boden was previously Head of Sport for Pagemasters, a sub-division of the Australian Associated Press, leading a team in the editing and publication of a dozen major mastheads. Prior to joining Catapult, Boden played professional basketball in Australia and claims to have dropped six threes on Kevin Durant in high school.
Ed is the founder of CSX. Prior to founding CSX, Ed has conceived and
developed other technology start ups including an altitude simulator company
in NZ and the US (working with leading Nike trainers, Athletes, Velocity
Sports Performance and Special Forces members) and Wearable Tech with E2 Ltd
and now CSX.
Ed's background prior to his involvement with technology start ups is in physiotherapy and sports medicine working with elite athletes and international rugby teams giving him a comprehensive understanding of the issues and opportunities with performance sport.