International Towers is proud to host David Koch’s new TV production at Barangaroo
David Koch’s business Pinstripe Media is launching Bricks and Clicks in collaboration with International Towers, Xero and Netregistry - a brand new documentary series following the transformation of six bricks and mortar retail stores into global e-commerce brands.
Small business expert, Koch, believes unless you have an online presence, your business is at risk of collapse in this new digital age.
“The biggest barrier to Australian businesses getting online is fear… fear of the complexity, fear of finding someone to trust to help, fear of the high expenses. Our aim is to prove these fears are myths.”
David Koch said there were lots of programs to help tech startups innovate and go global, and was excited to help transform the thousands of traditional bricks and mortar retailers across Australia who were yet to harness the power of digital.
“They’ve worked hard to build successful brick and mortar businesses, but in changing times many business owners need a hand with selling and marketing online.”
International Towers General Manager Tony Byrne, said he was proud to support businesses transforming into the digital landscape and providing industry leaders to mentor participants from across the International Towers tenant community.
“Our environment has purposely been curated to foster innovation across a diverse range of industries, and this partnership aligns perfectly with our overall vision of supporting enterprise,” he said.
We’re seeking six ambitious retail businesses to be featured in a TV documentary. With hands-on mentoring including two intensive Sprint-Weekend workshops held at International Towers in Barangaroo, our team of experts will mentor business owners through the entire process of getting online.