Andrew Fallshaw & Stephanie Lorenzo Join Failcon 2012
Uncluttered Whites Spaces is happy to add that Andrew Fallshaw and Stephanie Lorenzo will be joining failcon as panel speakers. Welcome!
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Ando is a co-founder and partner at Investling, an investment group that builds businesses in healthcare, technology and fashion areas. Working across several businesses, he’s given the opportunity to fail repeatedly and often. He does this admirably, but with a focus on making them small failures that are part of constant experimentation, and hopefully allow him to avoid the big failures which screw everything up.
With a background that covers design, marketing and business, including heading two of Rip Curl’s global divisions, there’s lots of experience to draw on. In fact, you can check out many of these learnings via the Investling Theory Of Everything, a framework and pinboard for how they tackle businesses and projects: http://investling.com/approach
Stephanie Lorenzo (26) is the Founder and CEO of Project Futures Ltd, an organisation run by passionate campaigners with the aim to empower and engage our generation in raising awareness and funding to combat sex trafficking globally. Stephanie began Project Futures two years ago after reading the heart-wrenching auto-biography by Somaly Mam, a Cambodian woman sold into prostitution as a child. She believed Project Futures could become an outlet for young people to give back in time, skills and talents by leveraging their social calendar and profession in order to raise awareness for this cause and have fun while doing it, ensuring that charity is an active, fun and collaborative part of everyday social interaction. Stephanie has a Bachelor of International Communication from Macquarie University and believe it or not, never had a desire to work in the charity sector. She is an eternal optimist, believing that the good in people and a simple attitude or outlook shift might one day allow a society as lucky as Australia to live simply so that others can simply live.
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