The Anatomy of a Successful Exit: The GreenButton Story

When: Thursday, 20 August 2015; 5:30pm – 7:30pm.

Where: The BNZ lounge, EPIC corner of Manchester and Tuam Streets

RSVP: Please register to attend this FREE event here.

GreenButton’s journey from startup to successful exit is a dream shared by many Kiwi entrepreneurs and their investors. But GreenButton’s success was not born overnight. The reality is one of relentless determination by the founder and the company’s early stage investors; big, bold decisions, backed by some serious hard work; emotional challenges resulting from financial strains and extensive periods of being away from friends and family; and an unrelenting focus on the end goal.

Presented by The Angel Association of New Zealand and The New Zealand Venture Investment Fund, join Dan Khan (himself a tech entrepreneur and former director of New Zealand’s first venture accelerator, Lightning Lab) to hear about the ups and downs of GreenButton’s success from idea all the way to exit as he presents his two papers – “Anatomy of a Successful Exit: The GreenButton story”; and “Reflections on a Successful Exit: A Post-Post-Mortem of the GreenButton Story” – in a series of roadshows across New Zealand.

Dan’s papers are the result of his extensive research and in-depth interviews to explore the story behind the headlines and pull out key lessons others can take away and use in their own ventures.

If you are a budding entrepreneur and want to take your tech company all the way, this insight is not to be missed.

Don’t miss to also register for the Software Summit on 1st October when Scott Houston himself will present on his remarkable journey “from Orcs to Azure”