• The Commercialisation Journey
    April 1, 2015
    5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
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Lessons Learned | with Mike Lane and Kashif Saleem 

The reality of transforming a concept into a profitable and marketable product can be a daunting process. Our speakers will discuss the steps taken in developing and pitching a sound business model to large industry players, as well as managing tech improvement, IP protection issues, and the evolution of ideas. These elements are just a part of a successful commercialisation journey, helping you understand and overcome real challenges faced by resource industry entrepreneurs.


Mike Lane is the MD at REMSAFE Pty Ltd and a key inventor of REMSAFE’s remote isolation system technologies. REMSAFE has successfully commercialised a range of remote isolation solutions that increase productivity while significantly improving safety. REMSAFE was a finalist in the 2013 WA IOTY Awards and recently entered into a JV arrangement with Orbital Australia to accelerate the take-up of its technologies and assist with expansion into new markets.


Kashif Saleem is the founder and CEO of Trackem, a WA software company servicing the resources and construction sectors. The company’s flagship product – a GPS and Barcode Material Tracking and Management System, Track’em – has been adopted by and is trusted by some of the World’s largest companies and projects, including Woodside, BHP and Mitsubishi Alliance, Samsung, Leighton Contractors, Monadelphous, Fortescue Metals Group (FMG), Hertel, John Holland and many more. Kashif was a winner in the 2014 WA Today Entrepreneur + Innovators Awards.

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