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Shelli Trung

Investment Fund Manager, QUT Creative Enterprise Australia

Shelli Trung is the Investment Fund Manager at QUT Creative Enterprise Australia where she is on the advisory board of creative tech portfolio companies Cardly, Bluethumb and GiggedIn. Shelli also sits on the assessment panel for Arts Queensland’s Arts Business Innovation Fund (ABIF) and Advance Queensland’s Regional Business Angel Investors Support Program.

Having spent much of her career between London, Boston and New York, Shelli put her Neuroscience degree to good use by deploying lean startup thinking and leading business improvement projects within corporates – before innovation became cool.

She is listed as one of the top 100 angel investors to follow on Twitter and with a personal startup investments spanning three continents, Shelli brings a truly global perspective to the local Australian innovation community. Her investments include TRIBE Coliving – a network of 10 spaces in New York, Seeder – an online platform that finances solar retro-fits to the trillion dollar commercial real estate market in China and Spare Workspace – a marketplace where you can book your meeting room or workspace on demand.

Hear Shelli speak at the Global Entrepreneur and Investor Exchange event at Commonwealth House on 5 April.

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