WHERE: Greenhouse146, Lichfield St

WHEN: Tuesday, 23 January 2018

TIME: 12:30pm – 1:30pm

This week, Steven and Kris from Parry Field Lawyers are going to tell you why the DEVIL really is in the DETAIL when you’re a start-up. Join us for a few startup horror stories, some “save your bacon” learnings and an intro to Parry Field’s Startup Legal Toolkit. We’ll also be handing the mic over to 2 brilliant young entrepreneurs from the UC Centre for Entrepreneurship. If you’re an investor or just keen to know how your world’s going to be changing, these pitches are a great place to start. See you there!

Steven Moe / Senior Associate 
Steven returned to NZ two years ago after 11 years working in Tokyo, London and Sydney.  He now works often with start-ups on getting their structures right and has a particular interest in social enterprises having published the book “Social Enterprises in New Zealand: A Legal Handbook” last year.

Kris Morrison / Partner-Parry Field Lawyers
Kris leads the corporate, technology and startup advisory team, and regularly advises on business structuring, acquisitions, and much more for a number of not for profits, charities and Social Enterprises. He is also a Board Member of Code Club Aotearoa.

UCE Speakers

Jess Scarsbrook and Jacyntha Michael are pitching Aspirations Café, a social venture providing a practical pathway to employment for young people with intellectual disabilities.
Jack Wood will be pitching The Dandy Club, a men’s clothing venture dedicated to using only the most sustainable and innovative materials.

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