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Jason Cross

  • Adelaide

About Me

Jason is a co-founder of Aston Club Pty Ltd, a mobile payment platform. He has been developing software since the young age of 8, where Jason self taught himself how to code in multiple languages. Jason has always been a hustler, looking for the next thing to develop and sell. The idea of working 9-5 for someone else has never stuck to Jason, he has always wanted to run his own companies and has had a few startups in the last 10 years.
He has helped many startups get off the ground from advice to developing MVPs, most notably boogiespot.com. Jason lives and breathes startups, he lives to educate others about the startup life.

My blog posts

Why You Should Attend a Startup Grind Event?

I was lucky in the fact I knew what I wanted to do with my life from a young age. The problem however was I didn’t have the network of experienced developers or entrepreneurs to learn from their experiences. Being a 14 year old dropping out of school in year 9 wasn’t the easiest path to success. Trying to get a job before 18 usually ended with ‘You don’t have education, I can’t employ you’. My passion for entrepreneurship and innovation kept me strong when people would tell me to get a job or study something. I think the hardest thing being an entrepreneur is feeling alone most of the time. You feel like you’re the only one going through the grind of finding customers, building a product, hitting the next mile stone.
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Learn from other people’s experiences

I was lucky in the fact I knew what I wanted to do with my life from a young age. The problem however was I didn’t have the network of experienced developers or entrepreneurs to learn from their experiences. Being a 14 year old dropping out of school in year 9 wasn’t the easiest path to success. Trying to get a job before 18 usually ended with ‘You don’t have education, I can’t employ you’. My passion for entrepreneurship and innovation kept me strong when people would tell me to get a job or study something. I think the hardest thing being an entrepreneur is feeling alone most of the time. You feel like you’re the only one going through the grind of finding customers, building a product, hitting the next mile stone.
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Startup Grind is coming to Adelaide.

Backed by Google for Entrepreneurs and in more than 50 cities across the globe,Startup Grind's mission is to educate, inspire and connect it's local chapters.
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My discussions