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Startups to Work for Talented Millennials (and vice-versa)

Startups to Work for Talented Millennials (and vice-versa)

A startup’s wealth lies in its team – which is an issue if you struggle to attract top talent. Take the lead of Melbourne-based small tech firm Scan-Xpress and ensure your startup or small business is millennial-friendly.

 

David Purser graduated from RMIT University with First Class Honours in December, 2016, with a Double Bachelor Degree of Aerospace Engineering (Honours) and Business Management. He completed an internship at Airbus Defence and Space in Germany and is on the VicHyper team that competed in the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition – the only Australian team to reach finals in Texas and subsequently progress to the second phase.

David is focussed, intelligent, and ambitious – and is currently working as an Application Engineer at small tech Melbourne firm, Scan-Xpress.

Small business to drive tech employment growth in Victoria

Small business to drive tech employment growth in Victoria

When you walk past an office and see someone 3D scanning a 300 year old Japanese samurai sword, you feel compelled to step in and learn more. This is an average working day for Scan-Xpress cofounder, Kevin Warwick.

“3D scanning is a rapidly evolving industry. We service design, manufacturing and engineering departments of small to large companies and a range of private clients to assist with their product development.” Warwick says.