Business Breakfast: Insights from a Teacher turned Entrepreneur
Stirling Business Association’s resumes its Business Breakfasts in 2019 with Sharon Grosser, co-founder of SEQTA, a local education tech company that is now found in schools across the country. Sharon will be sharing her own experiences as a high school teacher turned entrepreneur – ‘warts and all’. No sugar coating in this presentation!
As Sharon and her husband developed the business from the kitchen table to now employing 75 staff, Sharon will explain their ‘why’ and how that is now a significant differentiator in the market, where they got their money from (when the mortgage ran out) and how they actually grew the business by building the team. Sharon will also share with us the impact of business and financial pressures can have on relationships and mental health.
Our breakfasts are relaxed and informal and Sharon’s story will enable you to learn from other people’s mistakes as well as inspiring you to consider what’s possible. Sharon will be encouraging questions from the audience so be prepared for an interactive and engaging start to your day.
“I’m looking forward to the next breakfast! Good food, good content and good networking.” – Matt Cooper
“A great brekkie event with a very interesting topic and stories. It was good to meet some new guests/members.” – Karen Bradshaw
“Thanks SBA! Was a great brekkie, discussions & networking! Look forward to the next one.” – Ockert Du Plooy
“It was a great way to start the day. Good food and the presentation was very interesting!” – Rachel Gardiner
Sharon is a former secondary English teacher, and an entrepreneur who has ridden the rollercoaster of starting a business from scratch.
In 2006 she and her husband founded SEQTA Software, growing the business from a literal ‘kitchen table start up’ to a multi award winning Education technology company employing over 75 people around Australia. Depending on the needs of the company Sharon has undertaken a variety of roles, including Operations Director, CEO, and Director of People and Culture. She currently works part time at SEQTA, where she focuses on employee engagement, as well as mentoring early stage businesses through programs such as Curtin Ignition.
Delivery Information and Refund and Cancellation Policy
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- Refunds for events you are unable to attend are at the discretion of Stirling Business Association management.
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- Stirling Business Association offers refunds in compliance with Australian Consumer Law.