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Interestingly, while majority of the population have some form of a computer security software, 43% of mobile users do not have a security password, pin or even a pattern lock on their mobile phone.
Graduates of the 2017 program are now eligible to apply for an upcoming closed-door Shark Tank-style investor pitch event, where medtech VC’s and Angels with collective $1 billion funds under management will review investment opportunities
Unlike traditional accelerator programs, E3 is a highly subsidised program, created specifically to support the needs of female founders, run through a not-for-profit expert community which doesn’t take a stake in the business.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has announced the upcoming startup companies who have been accepted into the Collider Accelerator creative tech program. Nine startups from...
Christie Whitehill has launched a new 8-week accelerator designed to help non-tech female entrepreneurs...
Prominent Australian entrepreneur and CEO of Hatching Lab, Christie Whitehill, has announced the launch of Tech Ready, an 8-week accelerator program that connects female entrepreneurs...
"Disrupt or be Disrupted" is a Jeremy Gutsche speech on disruptive innovation and creativity in any industry.
Leading corporate accelerator Slingshot, in collaboration with the University of Newcastle (UON), recently announced it has been awarded $475,000 under the Australian Government’s $23 million Incubator Support initiative
GO1.com, the world’s largest onboarding, compliance and professional development platform, has sealed a deal with learning management systems provider Totara, expanding the edtech startup’s user base by more than 2,000 per cent to 10 million.
Victims tended to have to manually enabled the attack through some method, such as opening email attachments or downloading unverified software. Much of that has changed with the current global-scale WannaCry ransomware campaign.
Successful Spark applicants receive a startup’s dream package; 12 months free use of the coworking space Hub Adelaide, mentorship through Hub Australia’s extensive national and international networks and a spot on the Venture Dorm program.
Zombie apocalypse, killer robots or destruction drones? Roam free in Zero Latency’s virtual world...
Founded just over four years ago, Zero Latency was set up with the goal of introducing a unique take on blossoming VR technology: a free-roam virtual reality experience.
Even the Australian Government recognises the importance of the role fintechs are playing and will continue to play in our financial arena. The Treasury website states, “We want to see fintechs in Australia become a locus of creative thinking and business activity.”
Instead of trying to create something from scratch, entrepreneurs and business owners can draw inspiration from tried and tested business models to shake up their industries with impressive results.
Created by teachers, for teachers, the #MissMakesCode program is delivered through specialist teacher training bootcamps where primary school teachers, teacher librarians and parents of five to eight year old girls are provided with the framework to deliver these fun and engaging workshops.
Congratulations and best of luck to these 10 ground-breaking Aussie companies which demonstrate the breadth and excellence of our start-up community.
Tech startup Mobito are releasing a new digital platform for the medical industry called CoverMe Medical - it has been coined the “Uber” of the industry.
Sydney company Kontented wants to become “the Netflix of bite-sized content” aimed at the millennial generation with its mobile youth web platform and video network, SnackableTV.
Developed in-house over two years off the back of the government’s initiative to foster innovation through open source data, Landchecker is a free tool available to anyone looking to do their due diligence on a property or future investment.
The SproutX Accelerator will run regular workshops from its co-working space in Melbourne, however startup participants will be able to work from anywhere in Australia, ensuring they are close to their existing and potential customers.
With Facebook’s purchase of Oculus in 2014, people started to put two and two together and concluded that Facebook had some plans for VR – they were right!