Startup Stories - Rachel Sperinck (PAH! App)

Hear the experiences of an entrepreneur and business owner – the highs, the lows, the wins, the mistakes, the whole story

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Rachel Sperinck is the founder of PAH! App, an app that connects Auslan interpreters with the Deaf Community quickly and easily.

Through PAH! App, users experience a higher success rate in requesting and booking interpreters, while interpreters gain better control over their schedule and work arrangements. PAH! App is dedicated to fostering seamless communication access and empowering both users and interpreters alike, ensuring a more efficient and equitable experience for all involved.

Don't miss the chance to be inspired by Rachel at Startup Stories!

Order of Proceedings

7:45AM - Doors open (Darks Coffee Roasters cart in operation)

8:00AM - Housekeeping and introduction

8:10AM - Overview from Rachel

8:40AM - Participant submitted Q&A

8:50AM - Additional Q&A with audience

9:00AM - Event concludes


What is I2N?

The University of Newcastle's Integrated Innovation Network (I2N) is responsible for driving economic diversity and business growth through innovation and entrepreneurship. At its network of innovation hubs, which are home to the Hunter region’s most promising innovators and entrepreneurs, the I2N delivers a range of enterprise skill-building programs that develop ideas into sustainable, global businesses.


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