• Gravity CoWorking (One10 Sydney) (map)
  • 50 Carrington Street
  • Sydney, NSW, 2000
  • Australia

One10 in collaboration with StartSomeGood, the crowdfunding platform for social good, present a panel discussion on crowdfunding for change!

Join us for an in-depth conversation on crowdfunding for social enterprises and start-ups.

Our panel will share their personal stories of how they successfully crowdfunded each of their start-ups. They will share the lessons they learnt along the journey, the highs and lows of the campaign and some tips and tricks to ensure your start-up can be successfully funded.

The panel discussion will be followed by networking with drinks and nibbles.

About our panel

Tom Dawkins - Start Some Good, Co-Founder

Tom Dawkins is Co-Founder and CEO of StartSomeGood.com, a global crowdfunding platform for social good projects. He was previously founder and CEO of Australian youth non-profit Vibewire, the first Social Media Director at Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, and the founding Director of the Changemakers Festival. Tom has consulted with numerous non-profits, associations and governments on how to better engage their communities using social technologies.

Elena Antoniou – Mighty Good Undies, Co-Founder and Director of Marketing and Communications

Elena co-Founded Mighty Good Undies, a certified Fair-trade and Organic cotton underwear brand in 2015 with Hannah Parris through a crowdfunding campaign that surpassed its financial goal and resulted in pre-selling over 2000 pairs of underwear.   

Elena is passionate about working with purpose driven brands that create real-life impact and furthering conscious consumption across the world.

James Grugeon – Good Beer Co, Founder

James Grugeon is the Founder of Aussie start up social enterprise beer company, The Good Beer Co. He's a former Head of Partnerships for Australia's greenest power company Powershop, where he set up the Better Power Campaign that has raised over $2 million for campaigning organisation GetUp's work to protect renewable energy policy. As Head of UK for Australian climate change social enterprise Cool nrg, he set up campaigns with national media to distribute over 12 million energy saving light globes for free. As Director of Corporate Affairs for the UK's largest social enterprise company he worked with a team that lifted over one million UK homes out of energy poverty. As CEO of the UK's oldest environmental charity he set up the national Healthy Air Campaign and led successful calls for a government inquiry into air pollution, climate change and its effects on health.

Come along if you want:

To learn something new.
To challenge the status quo.
To exercise your creativity for good.
To connect into our enabling community.
To hear refreshing and authentic stories of change.
To share your experiences and gain insights from others.
To develop skills that will translate your ideas into impact.
To co-create meaningful change for people and our planet.

About One10's Impact Series

Are you a leader or visionary, driven to create a more inclusive and sustainable world? Are you a disruptor, revolutionising the way we do business? Do you believe that the power of business can be harnessed for good? Are you a purpose-driven investor who care about where your money goes? Our Impact Series is for you.

At One10, we’re tired of events that are tricky to translate into action. That’s why we’ve created the One10 Impact Series. Our Impact Series enables changemakers, innovators, and intrapreneurs to create transformative change within their own communities. We unleash the potential of our community by providing the practical skills and connections necessary to innovate with purpose.

RSVP via eventbrite link.