Posted on March 29, 2018 by staff

Boot camp takes Brits behind scenes at Silicon Valley


Brits can now travel to Silicon Valley in a curated tour to meet with the Valley’s best and brightest tech minds, including senior employees from Google, Apple, Uber, Tesla and AirBnB.

Offering a five-day innovation boot camp, Silicon Valley Unlocked is an Australian business with an office in California that targets founders, c-level executives and board members for an opportunity to gain unprecedented access to the masterminds that are quickly changing the landscape of how business is done, one mouse click at a time.

Jayson Frazer is the brains behind the company with over 25 years of experience helping businesses achieve greater results. He has worked with a range of clients including Siemens, Samsung, BMW, Mini, Nissan, Bosch, Bostik and Virgin.

Working in corporate travel management, Frazer quickly saw the need in tech learning programs so he decided to start solidifying relationships with inspiring industry experts through his business networks.

“Our Silicon Valley Unlocked Innovation Boot Camp is a five-day immersion,” he said.

“Each of the 12 participants get to go inside Silicon Valley’s major corporations and smaller start-ups and see for themselves how the most successful organisations of all time innovate and disrupt the world around us.

“The boot camp is also an ‘agile’ tour. We will tweak the program based on the collective preferences of the final group of delegates, thereby taking their needs on board to curate the most relevant tour for all involved.”

The boot camp lasts from June 10th – June 15th 2018. Ryan Scott, founder & CEO of, has booked to go on the next trip.

“As a business leader I believe it’s vital to stay in touch with emerging trends that I can apply to my own business, or worse, disrupt it,” he said.

“With so much change and disruption emanating from Silicon Valley, I jumped at the chance to be part of the tour.

“To be able to learn from the tech giants first hand, plus see the latest innovations from new start-ups is an opportunity I didn’t want to miss.

“I’m keen to understand what Silicon Valley companies are doing differently and how, so I can apply that knowledge to my own business.”