Empowering Self-Employment: The 5 Key
Stages to Being Your Own Boss

31 May, 3pm – 5pm

Vivid Ideas Exchange

Level 6, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

140 George St

The Rocks, NSW 2000


Join an expert panel of seasoned entrepreneurs as they break down the five key stages of being your own boss and creating a road-map to a life of more freedom, autonomy, flexibility and creative expression.

With decades of accumulated experience in innovation and creative ideation, technology, marketing and immigration, this event offers a unique opportunity to gain deep insights and practical strategies from those who live and breathe the daily realities of self-employment and entrepreneurship. Don’t miss this chance to learn from the incredible depth of wisdom and collective experience this talented panel have to share.

Meet the panel

Patrick Harrison

Patrick Harrison (MC):

Patrick is the founder and Director of Solo & Smart. He has worked with over 4000 self-employed individuals, helping them to amplify their success through a simple and structured approach to business. With the Solo & Smart app, small business owners and sole-traders can automate and manage their business admin and money management with ease.

Kat Haigh

Kat Haigh:

Kat is a self-employed marketing consultant and the founder of GrowthSprout. Having worked in over 13 countries in the last 18 months, generating over $40K in revenue a month with no employees, she has truly mastered self-employment and the freedom it allows.

Simon Banks

Simon Banks:

Simon is a sought-after speaker, MC, artist and author of "A Thousand Little Lightbulbs: How to Kickstart a Culture of Innovation in Your Organisation". He is also the Director of VisualFunk, a creative training company renowned for its innovation 'hackathons' and training events. His background in the arts and strong corporate expertise allows him to ignite creative and innovative thinking with real commercial applications.

Sarah Thapa

Sarah Thapa:

Sarah is a corporate escapee who spent ten years as a commercial lawyer before founding The Migration Agency. The firm combines a strong commercial acumen with immigration expertise, assisting clients in Australia and New Zealand. Sarah is also a specialist contributor to numerous HR publications, media and business chambers.

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