Jo Burston is the founder and CEO of Job Capital, co-founder and director of Phronesis.Academy and founder of the entrepreneurial movement Inspiring Rare Birds. Rare Birds promotes opportunities for women in entrepreneurship and has a global vision of one million women in its community by 2020. Sharing entrepreneurial journeys is one of Rare Birds’ core offerings and Jo has so far published three books – Brilliant BusinessKids, Australia’s 50 Influential Women Entrepreneurs and #IFSHECANICAN. Jo has been recognised as one of Australia’s top entrepreneurs for the past six years and is a leading authority on global women’s entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship as a whole, and SMB markets. Jo has been invited to speak at events around the world and was recently part of the first inflight Tech Talk in collaboration with TEDxSydney and Qantas. She is on the global board of Women's Network and is a global ambassador for Xero, and Microsoft. She’s also a regional Oceania ambassador for the UN-recognised Women’s Entrepreneurship Day and is on the advisory board for University of Sydney Business School, University of Sydney Innovation and Entrepreneur Advisory Group, and LaunchVIC – a $60 million body designed by the Victorian Government to accelerate startups. Jo has personally advised The Prime Minister and the top 20 heads of entrepreneurship and innovation in Australia across academia, industry and government, which resulted in the release of Australia's Innovation paper in 2015. In addition, Jo has advised the State Government (SMB Minister, Minister for Women and Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade).