BLUEDOT: The Melb Startup that Raised $3.7m in Sillicon Valley

BLUEDOT: The Melb Startup that Raised $3.7m in Sillicon Valley

Filip Eldic

Click here to view full video

Our next speaker, Filip Eldic - is the co-founder of Bluedot Innovation and has grown Bluedot from humble beginnings in Adelaide in 2013 to a leader in the location services industry, designing the business to be global today.

Bluedot Innovation has partnered with Samsung! Samsung will use Bluedot technology to provide advanced location services capability to some of the largest enterprises in the world! To date Bluedot has raised over $3.7 mil AUD in funding and has grown the business to now include a SanFrancisco based sales office, attract the founding CFO of PayPal to join the board and an investor who exited his last venture for over $1.7 bn USD.

Filip is also startup mentor in the INCUBATE program fostering a new generation of entrepreneurs.

Want to join this amazing event?

  • Melbourne

    CQ Function Centre, 113 Queens Street, Melbourne CBD

    387 went
    RSVP NOW
  • Sydney

    The York Conference and Function Centre, 99 York Street, Sydney CBD

    494 went
    RSVP NOW

appster

Appster is a technical co-founder for startups without taking equity. Appster is Australia's fastest growing App Development company. With offices in 3 continents from Melbourne to San Francisco we have a focus on working with people with incredible ideas. We have a vision for creating the most innovative app technology company in the world. If you want to have a chat, get in touch with us!

Just like Henry Ford did with cars or Rockefeller did with the oil refinery industry, we’re going to do the same with IDEAS, and become the world’s first global ideas company.

The way we see it, it is IDEAS that push the human race forward. It is IDEAS that advance technology. It is IDEAS that provide innovations that can change the world. We believe that by cultivating the ideas of visionaries, entrepreneurs and innovators around the world, we can help create the next 100 years of technological breakthroughs.

Read more