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Automated debt collection company ezyCollect has closed its oversubscribed capital raising at $1.25 million in a round led by Tank Stream Ventures.
Applications are open for Tech23 2015, an event that connects Australian start-ups with the connected people, clever ideas and capital they need to succeed
Australian technology business incubator ATP Innovations took top honours at the NBIA awards held in New Orleans, Louisiana last month, winning the prestigious 2014...
Zenogen, a portfolio company of the Sydney technology incubator Ignition Labs, has raised over $400,000 from a group of investors including Sydney Angels and...
The Sydney-based specialised accelerator Ignitions Labs is inviting applications from early-stage health and medical technologies startups for its 2013 program. Applications close 28 July. A short list is to be announced in August, followed by interviews and final selection and offers. The program starts in September, with Australian and US/EU roadshows scheduled from November through March 2014.
Never before in Australia, has a problem previously exclusive to a selected few scientists, been opened up to a wider audience. This is what happened at Biohackathon.
The Sydney company plans to pick 3-4 developers and designers for a five-month program with a lot of goodies thrown in. Each of the successful entrant will receive a $50,000 investment, mentorship from more than 25 successful founders, legal advice and a two-month trip to Silicon Valley. At the conclusion of the program, participants will be offered the additional opportunity to pitch to early-stage investors at two demo days – one in Sydney and another in Silicon Valley.
Ignition Labs, an ATP Innovations-backed clean technology accelerator, is giving a much-needed jumpstart to some of Australia’s newest, cleanest startups. The five teams chosen will join the 50 companies and over 300 staffers already in the ATP Innovations incubator. Each team accepted to the accelerator will be given three months to build a business plan, validate technology, and produce a working prototype. Did I mention that each startup accepted into the program is given $25,000 in seed capital?
Leading Australian business strategist, commentator and author Kerwin Rae believes the ‘incubator’ craze gathering momentum in Australia could stem the flow of local talent leaving our shores. Meanwhile, the federal government is becoming increasingly aware that they must do something or we face economic collapse within our economy as SMEs make up such a huge portion of GDP. If SMEs fail, we fail.
Ignition Labs, Australia's first clean technology accelerator is looking for cool ideas. Using the model that has proven so successful for Y Combinator, Ignition Labs will help guide five clean technology companies into commercial viability. Have you got an idea that needs ignition?