If you’re having trouble getting the word out about your startup events, or having trouble keeping up with the growing number of startup events happening each week, we might be able to help.

Longtime Aussie startup community member Claudia Barriga-Larriviere is now using CalendarTree to setup and maintain an online calendar of events including Sydney Startup Events and Melbourne Startup Events.

Our new Startup Events Curator, Claudia Barriga-Larriviere

Our new Startup Events Curator, Claudia Barriga-Larriviere


She’s doing her best to stay on top of all the startup-relevant events in both these cities, working in collaboration with the community managers at startup event organisers like Fishburners, Muru-D, Pollenizer and The Hub. But if there’s an event you’re organising or attending that Claudia doesn’t know about, let her know at events@bluechilli.com.

CalendarTree is a BlueChilli portfolio startup we’re particularly proud of because the business is based in Pleasanton, California, close to the heart of Silicon Valley, and the co-founders (including Dilbert creator Scott Adams) chose BlueChilli as a platform development partner despite the timezone differences involved. It’s an example of what we call ‘reverse brain drain’, where the Australian startup community can actually benefit from how hard it can be to attract and retain great technical talent in Silicon Valley.

CalendarTree aims to make it super easy to create and share public and private calendars with large groups of people, so if there’s anything you need it to do that it doesn’t do currently, let the team know at https://calendartree.uservoice.com.

…and yes, if you think we need to create calendars for startup events in your city, let us know at events@bluechilli.com 🙂

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