Friday May 14 Luncheon

Guest Speaker:  Dr Adir Shiffman, Executive Chairman, Catapult Sports

Topic:  What’s the Deal? Adir Shifman talks about his new AFR column, and how to find bargain deals hidden inside the bubble

Dr Adir Shiffman is an Australian serial startup founder, investor, and Executive Chairman of global athlete analytics leader Catapult Sports (ASX: CAT). He has been rated the World’s 10th Most Innovative Person in Sports Business.

After qualifying in medicine and practising as an MD, Adir made the switch across to startup founder and over the last decade launched, built and sold more than a dozen high-growth tech companies. In the process, Adir became one of the foremost technology experts in Australia.

Adir is currently Executive Chairman of Catapult Sports (ASX: CAT) and Chairman/Director/Founder of a number of other technology businesses and startups. A regular speaker and guest at events around the world, Adir has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, This Week in Startups, Sports Illustrated, Smart Company, WSJ, ESPN, and the Australian Financial Review. He has also appeared internationally on television and radio, and his views on technology and innovation have been widely published.

 

Date:           Friday 14 May 2021

Venue:        The Kelvin Club, 14–30 Melbourne Place

                     (East-side of Russell Street between Little Collins & Bourke)

Time:          12:30 pm for 12:40 pm

RSVP:         COB Wednesday 12 May 2021

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT DETAILS: MEMBERS: $50 GUESTS: $65

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