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QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) will invite developers, designers, entrepreneurs and technologists to take their business idea from concept to launch at Brisbane’s Startup...
Entrepreneur Hayden Brass, along with his parents, Michelle (a naturopath) and Simon (a horticulturalist), have worked together to developed a product range, Zea Relief, for fast-acting and long-lasting natural relief to those who need it.
Led by Melanie Perkins, CEO and Co-founder, online design and publishing platform Canva is the latest startup unicorn from Australia, with a new valuation of US$1 billion after having raised a US$40 million round
Opus Medical has developed its “Breathe Well” technology which coaches cancer patients to self-regulate their breathing to assist in the accurate targeting of tumours and sparing of healthy tissues during radiation treatment.
Moreover, GPS tracking gives customers peace of mind. No more edging to the door in anticipation of a pizza, or suffering from anxiety while waiting for a particular garment or good to arrive before a deadline.
Eight METS companies have recently completed the Igniting METS Accelerator in Brisbane. The Igniting METS Accelerator was METS Ignited’s highly successful pilot program with the Queensland State Government.
Australia’s leading mentoring software platform Mentorloop has announced they have closed a $725,000 oversubscribed seed round from Blackbird Ventures, Rampersand and Tempus Partners, bringing their total funds raised to $1 million.
The 12-week program culminated in pitch events with industry representatives and the investment community as well as a graduation event in Brisbane.
Getting the right team and systems in place was essential to meet the high standards of finish required. The enthusiastic team at Ability Works, a social enterprise helping to empower people with disabilities, brainstormed and developed the wrapping technique.
Exhibiting alongside elite showmakers and distributors like Sony Pictures, Disney, Lionsgate and FremantleMedia, the Caulfield-based hsquared now distributes 80% of its locally-produced programs to international audiences
Meet the 95-year-old Australian handcrafted business that hasn’t buckled under the pressure of modern...
Celebrating 95 years in business, men’s accessories connoisseurs Buckle | 1922 are one of few Australian businesses that have survived the hard times throughout the GFC, Great Depression and WWII.
Spacer, Australia’s leading marketplace for storage solutions, has announced a successful $2.7M Series A funding round, alongside acquiring Parkhound, Australia’s number one marketplace for parking in Australia.
ActivePipe, a Melbourne based automated communications platform for real estate has announced a successful $1.8m pre-Series A funding round to accelerate current Australian growth and secure international distribution.
The company was conceived as a way of transferring money without the cost and delays associated with traditional international bank transfers and initially sought to provide Indian expats in Australia with a cost-effective means of sending money to family back home.
It’s time that companies regard their own inertia as ticking time bombs and wake up to the urgency of sustainable investment. But for this to happen, we need to adopt a new narrative to motivate change.
Prospa has just added to their funding round by securing a $20 million line from Silicon Valley based Partners For Growth reflecting a wider trend of fast-growth...
Proptech startup Property HQ launched its new branding and a beta launch of its website this week with a renewed desire to disrupt and shake up the “status-quo.”
Research suggests that our workstations can play a huge role in how we feel emotionally and in turn how it affects our work productivity.
Founded by Dale Beaumont, BRiN is a smart-phone app that is capable of providing personalised education and human-like support to every entrepreneur on the planet all at the same time.
If well known brands are attacked and breached, how can smaller organisations defend themselves? Does it mean that SMEs face even greater risk? And if it does, what can the smaller entities do about it?