eGroup July 2016 Forum - The key insights for growing a successful Tech Startup out of Perth with Dr Marcus Tan!
05 July 2016
56 Ord Street, West Perth
The eGroup July forum is coming up on Tuesday 5th July. We are proud and excited to have Dr Marcus Tan back on our podium to present his thriving business HealthEngine!
Dr Marcus Tan is the CEO and founder of HealthEngine. Founded originally in 2006 HealthEngine started as an online health directory and after failing to commercialise, it was acquired by Future Health Ventures in 2010 where it was completely re-engineered.
Over a period of 6 years and a few pivots along the way HealthEngine is now one of Australia's largest consumer healthcare sites helping nearly 1 million users a month find and book their health appointments online, with over 10,000 practitioners nationally. In that time HealthEngine has raised over $20 million from the likes of Telstra, Seven West Media and high profile sophisticated investors and family offices. It has gone from one founder and a couple of developers in a lounge room to now having a team of over 80 staff headquartered in Perth and remotely in Sydney.
HealthEngine was introduced to eGroup back in 2013 during its strategic pivoting stages, we are enthused to hear and learn more from HealthEngine.
Don't miss out - learn about HealthEngine's journey so far and key insights for growing a successful tech startup out of Perth!
This is a forum not to be missed!
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Time: 5:30pm (register) to 8.30pm (ends)
Date: Tuesday, 5th July 2016.
Address: WRAYS, 56 Ord Street, West Perth (plenty of street parking available)
Cost: Free for eGroup Members (Members only event - places are limited and there will be no exceptions once the numbers are met)
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Registration is essential for catering and name tag purposes. Light snacks, beer & wine will be provided.
About the Presenter:
Marcus is an experienced healthcare executive and company director with nearly 20 years of clinical and commercial experience in startup and publicly listed organisations.
A Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners with an Executive MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management, Marcus has held senior management positions as Medical Director and Managing Director for a national clinic group and a health management consultancy.
A Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Marcus has chaired and held director roles for over a decade with the Divisions of General Practice, GP Networks and Medicare Locals. He currently serves on the executive council of the Australian Medical Association (WA) and is a director and data/eHealth Lead for the WA Primary Health Alliance, chairing the Metro South WA Primary Health Network.
Marcus is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Health Leadership & Management at Curtin University and was previously appointed by the Health Minister as a member of the Governing Council for the South Metropolitan Area Health Service in Perth overseeing an operating budget of $2 billion.
Marcus supports the tech startup eco-system as the Managing Partner of Future Health Ventures, an angel fund that invests in Health Technology startups. He is currently the CEO of one of its portfolio companies, HealthEngine, a consumer health site used by over 6 million Australians a year. A previous organiser of Silicon Beach Perth, Aurelius Digital (an angel investor dinner series), Marcus has mentored and judged for Founder Institute, Startup Weekend, Curtin Ignition, Pinnacle Awards and the WA Innovator of the Year. He also co-founded Sync Labs, Western Australia's premier tech startup community co-working space in 2012.
Marcus supports the social and community sector through his involvement as Deputy Chair of The Meridian Global Foundation, a charitable foundation he co-founded in 2005 and as a board member of Perth Modern School. He was previously a director of Giving West.
We hope to see you all there and also feel free to share this invite to anyone who might be interested!
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