Inspirational Jessica Alter Talks About The Future Of Work

Inspirational Entrepreneur Jessica Alter talks about her career highlights and why her new focus is the many complex and pressing issues involving the future of work.

Jessica led business development at Bebo, a social networking website, and was the CEO at FounderDating- a platform that connects entrepreneurs with advisers to help grow their businesses and careers, which she sold in 2016.

She also founded Tech For Campaigns, spurred on by watching the election of Donald Trump in November 2016. Her aim was simple: she wanted to find a way to channel energy into productive change.

Here, Jessica is talking at the MYOB breakfast prior to last year’s StartUp Grind in Melbourne’s Convention Centre.

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About Jessica Alter
Jessica Alter has been starting and growing some of Silicon Valley’s most impressive companies for her entire career. She is an advisor and mentor at both Extreme Startups and 500 Startups and was an Entrepreneur in Residence for Social Capital LP, a leading Silicon Valley-based VC who invest in founders at all stages of the company lifecycle, from promising early stage startups to transformational public companies.

Most recently, Jessica founded Tech for Campaigns. Whilst it started as a simple Google Doc shared amongst friends to see who would provide tech expertise to Democratic campaigns following the election of Donald Trump, Tech for Campaigns has since morphed into a fully-fledged organisation with an army of digital marketers, developers, data scientists and tech professionals willing to contribute their expertise to progressive and centrist campaigns at a moment’s notice.

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Robyn Foyster

Written by Robyn Foyster

Robyn Foyster is an award-winning journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Australian Women's Weekly. She is also the owner and publisher of Women Love Tech, Game Changers and The Carousel. Robyn is the owner and founder of a tech business called AR tech, where she helped create the world's first AR community shopping app called Sweep and her team produced the 2018 Vivid app. She is a speaker and a judge of the Telstra Business Awards and Mumbrella Awards. Robyn is passionate about supporting women in STEM.


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  2. Aww that’s so lovely to get your feedback – thank you. I really enjoyed meeting Jessica Alter. In fact, she was the most inspirational woman I met in 2018 and I’m going to continue to follow what she does. #inspiring

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