Event Start: Tue, Dec 10, 2019, 6:00PM
Event End: Tue, Dec 10, 2019, 8:00PM
When: Tuesday 10 December 2019 – 6pm to 8pm
Where: Logan Startup Hub 1/6 Booran Drive Underwood.
After the tremendous success of our first ‘Skills Exchange’ workshop, we are excited to announce another ‘Skills Exchange’ workshop happening in December.
Join us for a Skills Exchange workshop where you may even meet a co-founder for your startup, or the creative ‘ying’ to your technical ‘yang’…
We are so delighted to have Nic Robertson of SwapU again with us. These workshops would not be possible without him.
Do you have a great idea or an ongoing project that has hit the wall because you need a hand? Skill Exchange just might be the answer. Come along and meet people who are ready to help you and who you can help.
We’ll ask you two questions: what are your skills and what skills do you need help with? Once we know that, we can connect you with each other at the table or throughout our network. Who knows, you could meet the missing piece to your puzzle! Come to the Logan Startup Hub for this workshop and be open to connecting and to sharing… because you never know what might happen.
We’d love for you to be a part of our skills exchange! The evening will also include drinks, light snacks and of course, some valuable networking with other like-minded entrepreneurs and business owners.
Our Facilitator, Nic Robertson
Life has had many paths and for Nic Robertson, his path has veered in many directions. Nic was the chef and nutritionist for Cirque du Soleil and has had several roles before becoming the founder of SwapU, a startup that promotes swapping. In between these two extremely different stories, Nic has been teaching kids of all ages to cook. It is the teaching that drives Nic. The want to always learn new things and to help people to enjoy the thrill of learning and then mastering something new. It has been that inquisitive nature that has lead Nic in to the startup world. Walking in to his first “co-working” space he wondered why nobody was co-working. He decided to put an end to that and to get connected himself by starting a skill exchange. It turns out that lots of people were looking for the same thing, real connection in a virtually connected world.