Ever wanted to know how to get your startup written about in the top tech and mainstream press?
We all know the value of getting a story published about our startup.
The problem is most of us suck at the process of contacting and communicating with the media - but never fear! PushStart is here to help :)
Enter Media Relations 101 for Startups...
Hear from both sides of the table.
Join experience PR Industry veteran Corrie McLeod and highly regarded IT industry journalist Jeanne Vida Douglas as they give you the inside tips and techniques for contacting and communicating with the press to give you the best chance of getting your story published.
Corrie McLeod – Director Espresso Communications
Corrie is a highly-regarded PR industry veteran with deep experience in the IT industry including working with numerous startups. She is also an avid supporter of the Australia startup industry and loves helping
Jeanne Vida Douglas – BRW.com.au Editor
Jeanne-Vida Douglas is a multi-award winning business journalist with a decade's experience covering the information technology sector. She was named MediaConnect’s IT Journalist of the year for 2009 and has recently published The Profit Principle a book aimed at turning smart ideas into great businesses
Mahesh Sharma - Freelance Journalist
Embracing the freedoms and challenges of freelance journalism, Mahesh meaningfully explains the disruptive effects of new technology.
Earning his stripes at News Corp flagship publication The Australian, he now contributes to a range of titles including, ZDNet AU, The Australian, The Australian Financial Review, MIS, SMH IT Pro, ZDNet Asia.
DATE: Wednesday December 14th
TIME: 6PM - 8PM
LOCATION: Ninefold. Details in the sidebar on the right
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6:00PM - Doors open
6:30PM - Talks start
7:00PM - Questions + hangout
8:00PM - Official event ends. After drinks at the Shelbourne Hotel across the road.
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