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Fireside Chat + Happy Hour with Casey Ellis at The Vault.

  • The Vault 415 Jackson Street San Francisco CA 94111 (map)

Founders, folks who work with startups and those involved in the tech ecosystem!

The Vault and Aussie Founders Network are joining forces - and gathering our founder communities for our incredibly popular AFN Fireside Chat, featuring as our special guest one of Australia's top up-and-coming entrepreneurs, Casey Ellis, the Founder of BugCrowd. Bugcrowd has had a meteoric rise since being part of Startmate back in 2013, and in March closed a monster Series-C of $26M (on top of over $22M already raised). In addition to building Bugcrowd to over 140 staff globally and being a sought-after expert in cyber-security (he's often asked to give briefings to very serious people in DC), Casey recently replaced himself as CEO to take on the Chairman/CTO role. This is a fireside chat guaranteed to have lots of insights and lessons to share.

Please make sure you register here! Drinks and nibbles are on us.

Grab your tickets now - space is limited!

The Vault is a full stack innovation ecosystem and global network of collaborative workspaces headquartered in San Francisco. We celebrate entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world and provide them with the right tools and support to scale their businesses. The Vault strive to value each dynamic component of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

The Aussie Founders Network is a member-driven community of Australian founders, investors and industry advisors, based in Silicon Valley. The AFN mission is to support, build and elevate the role and impact of the Aussie tech community, globally. 

The Vault thanks Foley & Lardner for sponsoring the The Founders Happy Hour series. Foley & Lardner have offices throughout the US; combining powerful resources, the right specialists and award-winning client service to help you achieve your business objectives – efficiently and cost-effectively.

Our thanks to Vault member, BeFast TV, who will be recording the evening.

AFN would like to thank the Australian Trade and Investment Commission for supporting this event and we greatly appreciate the continued support of the CSIRO.