About Our Team

Communication | Strategy | Business Development

Kate Ingham

Managing Director.  Kate has a background in the film industry, government and innovation advisory.  She established Ki Media to offer path to money solutions for business, government and creative projects.  She is a specialist in grants, tenders and equity capital raising – including the pitch preparation and documentation required. Recent clients include a Telco,  Rights Management Company, Fund Manager, Council and International Marketing & Coaching company.  Kate is a trusted partner to deliver projects as required.  She draws on her extensive network and broad experience to deliver great results for clients.

  • Tenders 10%
  • Grants 40%
  • Coaching 50%

Kira Sweet

Kira Sweet is our Gen-I content creator and Administrator.  UOW Commerce and Social Media student, Kira works with many companies developing compelling content for their social media and websites.

  • Social Media 50%
  • Admin 50%

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RISE Business Accelerator

Last week Ki Media’s principal, Kate Ingham, spoke at the launch of the RISE Business Accelerator hosted by University of Wollongong.  Here is her speech: At the moment – Regional populations are growing by something like 16% – there’s a lot of movement going on in Australia at the moment. That means younger families moving – as they are being priced out of the metro markets, as well as your traditional retirees. Hi I’m kate Ingham and I did that shift some 11 years ago, after visiting here regularly through my childhood. I own a tech support business and am chair of a dog food company that we recently successfully raised capital through the crowdfunding platform Equitise. When you move to the regions, if you don’t have a traditional job description such as lawyer or accountant, you know you have to come up with your own employment solution. So there’s many people moving here with great professional networks, cashed up after selling in Sydney or Canberra and setting up as consultants. Or entrepreneuring a new business they may not have prior experience with – say in retail or hospitality. There’s also locals building side gigs to create new opportunity. Along with the more traditional manufacturing businesses – currently reinventing themselves as manufacturing moves back on shore. Prior to coming to this region I worked with a company that raised capital for startups. We secured the tender to deliver the NSW Innovation Advisory Service. So in my travels I came across businesses of all shapes and sizes, varying capacities and the eternal need for getting clear on their best business...

Project F – Increasing Gender Diversity in Tech

-Just worked with Project F on a funding application.   They assist companies achieve gender balance in technology teams.  Project F identifies and addresses the systemic barriers to achieving sustainably gender-balanced technology teams. Gender diversity is good for people, culture and profitability. Project F is working with Canva, Google, ABC, Lendi and  a whole range of other companies. 56% of women in tech leave tech mid-career – and it is not to have children.  With companies calling out for skilled IT workers – maybe addressing gender issues could be one  of their biggest productivity gains!...

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