Mentor in the House – Commercialisation Mentor – Stuart Hazell

Free

What is Mentor in the House?

Mentor in the House sessions are available, thanks to the generosity of these experts in our community, who see the value in supporting up and coming entrepreneurs to make informed decisions during the hectic early stages of starting a new business.

By accessing their knowledge and experience, during a 30 minute personal conversation, you are able to get suggestions on how to prepare yourself for the next steps in your business development. This could include which products, tools & techniques can help you move forward more smoothly and which services or platforms to access to save you time and money during these lean early days.

Each of our Mentors are available free of charge during this session. Future conversations or actions (if any) are then negotiated between you and the Mentor.

Canvas Coworking is not involved with any future activity that results from a mentoring session, nor do we take any commission.

Book your spot to make sure you don’t miss out. You can also just show up on the day and wait for next available time, but a spot cannot be guaranteed unless you book.

This is not a workshop, this is a one-to-one conversation about you & your business. Please only book a time-slot for when you are confident you can be here.

Cost: FREE for Members of Canvas Coworking Inc.
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Description

Commercialisation – Stuart Hazell

Stuart is a Commercialisation Advisor with AusIndustry Entrepreneurs’ Infrastructure Program, working  innovation programme Accelerating Commercialisation and the Managing Director and Principal Consultant of Fusidium Pty Ltd.

Fusidium Pty Ltd is an independent consulting business servicing companies in Australia and overseas. While the company has a focus on organisations within the life sciences, the business is not limited to this.

Stuart has over 35 years experience in life science and biotechnology. This includes research, consulting and senior management roles in industry and academia.Stuart was responsible for restructuring of manufacturing operations to achieve greater efficiency, development and setting of strategic objectives and restoration of company to profitable growth, capital raising, policy development and resource allocation.

Stuart maintains an active involvement in the life sciences community. He was a former Board member of Research Australia, sat on the State committee of AusBiotech in Queensland and is currently on the Board of Life Sciences Queensland.

A few of the many topics that you could discuss with Stuart are:

State and Federal Government funding and grant opportunities

Research & Development (R&D) tax incentives

General business ideas and commercialisation

Expanding into international markets

Book your spot to make sure you don’t miss out. You can also just show up on the day and wait for next available time, but a spot cannot be guaranteed unless you book.

This is not a workshop, this is a one-to-one conversation about you & your business with the Graphic Design Mentor.

Please only book a timeslot for when you are confident you can be here.