SLQ BUSINESS STUDIO – LUNCH BOX FORUM: From ideation to market, the requirements of building an app for the international market from a Brisbane apartment [event]

Join Darren Tonkin, Founder, Storyboard, at the next State Library Business Studio Lunch Box Forum as he shares his experience of taking an idea to market.

Conveniently scheduled over your lunchbreak, the Business Studio Lunch Box Forums will serve as a 45 minute inspirational and informative session on a variety of business related topics.

Bring along your lunch, or take advantage of the $10 lunch box package on offer.

This session will consist of a 30 minute presentation followed by 15 minutes for Q&A. More info and registrations

About the talk
From ideation to market, the requirements of building an app for the international market from a Brisbane apartment:
Everyday people talk about ideas they have for a business venture, from technology such as apps all the way to a new way to sell coffee. The process of taking that idea and growing it into a product or service to deliver to the market requires the entrepreneur to undertake many steps. This Business Studio Lunch Box Forum will provide you with Darren’s story, learnings and advice all the way from validation to building your tech team.

About Storyboard app
Storyboard lets you match your photos and videos with the places you visit. An app to create and share meaningful experiences or discover the stories told by others and connect with people from around the world.

Storyboard app is now available on iPhone and available for Android very, very soon! 


About Darren 

Darren is the founder of Storyboard Social, a Brisbane based start-up that has launched a new application “Storyboard”. He grew up in North Queensland in an innovative family where, after years of living abroad he noticed a gap in Social Media. Returning back to Brisbane, Darren began working on Storyboard, taking it from an idea to reality.  Learning what it takes to build a business by doing it Darren developed a passion for assisting other entrepreneurs with taking their idea to market.

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