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Griffith woman Cassandra Cadorin was invited to participate in an international tournament for startups by joining her CanTicket task management software. The software is a time and task management tool designed to support small and growing businesses operating in the service sector to more accurately manage paid hours for remote work teams. Prior to launching CanTicket, Ms. Kadorin was recognized as the state finalist of the NSW Chamber of Commerce as an outstanding entrepreneur and for excellence in microbusiness for her previous business startup Bella Vita Riverina Tours. Ms. Kadorin said the election to participate in such a prestigious tournament was a “big milestone” and an “important step” for Candid Marketing, where Ms. Kadorin now works as a director. “CanTicket will change the game for industry users, as many tools on the market are either too complex or inaccessible,” said Ms. Kadorin. “My goal is to develop one software tool that focuses teams on one system, rather than relying on work between two or three.” READ MORE According to Ms. Kadorin, the key difference of her software was ease of access. “CanTicket software has a modern interface, is easy to use and has a wide range of applications,” Ms. Kadorin said. “It’s also time, task and cost effective.” Pioneer Tournament is an incubator program for the world’s most creative and ambitious minds and is funded by venture companies such as Stripe and Marc Andreessen, which have successfully supported companies such as Instagram, Oculus VR and GitHub. If she wins the Pioneer Tournament, Ms. Kadorin will have the opportunity to visit Silicon Valley for a month of workshops, pitching and meetings with technology entrepreneurs. The competition is also open only to those living in the regional region to help draw attention to the “unexplored Einsteins”. “CanTicket has a mission to make business tools easier to use when managing paid time for remote teams,” Ms. Kadorin said. “My goal is to get into the top 50 and then the top 40 with about 200 teams selected for the competition.” More information about CanTicket can be found here. Our journalists make every effort to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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