muru-D partners with Plus Eight in Perth, Western Australia and invest in great founders, ideas, and teams. The Plus Eight accelerator is a partnership between WA’s leading startup hub, Spacecubed and Telstra’s accelerator, muru-D, bringing a global network of mentors, investors and partners to support high growth startups. Founders receive seed funding, mentoring, introductions to investors and co-working space to accelerate the growth of their startup in WA and beyond.
meet the team.
IMPACT MANAGER, PERTH
Chandra has a personal commitment to social equity and is constantly searching for innovative solutions to foster social inclusion through entrepreneurial activity. He joined the Spacecubed team in April 2017 as Impact Manager.
Favourite game: Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?
PROGRAM COORDINATOR, PERTH
Kate has been working for coworking space Spacecubed in Perth since November 2014. She has been part of the muru-D family since 2017. Before Spacecubed, Kate was working in the not-for-profit sector, coordinating fundraising events. In addition to running Plus Eight accelerator in Perth, Kate manages hackathon events, such as Startup Weekend, and is the lead for Perth Web Girls – a community initiative to get more women into tech careers. Kate is passionate about people and gender equality.
Favourite game: ATM Sushi Go
Superpower: Baking birthday cake
MANAGING DIRECTOR, SPACECUBED,PERTH
In 2011, Brodie founded Spacecubed to support Western Australia’s growing, but disconnected startup community. Brodie was a Churchill Fellow, and is also one of the Directors of StartupWA, which aims to advance the startup economy in our state.
ENTREPRENEUR IN RESIDENCE, PERTH
Tim brings to the program over a decade of global and local startup experience – working closely with Dropbox and HappyCo, based out of San Francisco, and heavily involved with the local startup ecosystem. Tim’s experience includes advisory roles in leading-tech companies. These include Perth-based education platform SEQTA, Australia’s largest health startup HealthEngine, and augmented reality soccer analysis platform, Formalytics. Brewer also advises early stage startups Busybot, a Slack plugin, and Storekat, a local Perth self-storage marketplace.