Project17 Auckland: “Four Pillars for Entrepreneurial Success”

Project17 Auckland.

The Auckland University of Technology is kicking off our Project17 speaker series with a bang – Justin Milano (Good Startups, USA), serial entrepreneur, executive coach, intrepid traveller, author and producer will be sharing some valuable insights and inspiration… If you are an entrepreneur, intrapreneur, or simply want to encourage entrepreneurial thinking in yourself and your workplace, don’t miss this opportunity!

Join us at 5:30 for drinks, nibbles and networking followed by the keynote presentation and a moderated Q&A. Justin will focus on four pillars for entrepreneurial success designed to inspire business, government, and university leaders to explore a larger collaboration for optimal results.

Want something more in depth? Justin is also taking a three hour masterclass “Transforming Fear into Creativity” *limited to 30 attendees.

Project17 Auckland - Masterclass with Justin.
Project17 Auckland – Masterclass with Justin.

Justin helps exceptional entrepreneurs build thriving companies. As a serial entrepreneur and executive coach, Justin uses a unique blend of business coaching and leadership psychology to help entrepreneurs create breakthroughs and fulfil their maximum potential. Justin has great depth of experience in raising capital and forming strategic partnerships. He currently coaches and advises founders and CEOs at rapidly growing startups including Thrive Market, Local Measure, Voyaj, the Global Accelerator Network, and others.

Justin is currently travelling the world speaking at top accelerators, incubators, and universities about the “human journey of entrepreneurship.” The stories and interviews he is capturing on the road are being included in a new book he is co-authoring with his co-founder Daniel Cordaro from the Yale Center for Emotional intelligence, as well as a documentary series he is producing alongside his senior partner Tim Peek who is a 4-time Emmy award-winning journalist.

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