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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
A study by smartphone maker, OPPO has found that a quarter of Aussie professionals are regularly communicating using Emojis in the workplace, and it’s having a positive impact on their relationships.
FileMaker 15 will make it even easier for small businesses to build custom business apps with no coding skills required.
Adore Beauty, a leading Aussie online shopping destination for beauty products and cosmetics, recently its expansion into China via Tmall Global (tmall.hk)
Leading Australian workplace management solution Deputy is opening two US offices in LA and Atlanta, driven by strong demand in the US healthcare industry
Property Connect, an Australian real estate tech start-up that is shaking up the huge US rental market, is set to raise A$2.5 million as it lists on the ASX
An Australian lawn bowls star and ground breaking hologram technology have collided in New Zealand’s hi-tech capital, with the launch of what is believed to be...
Former AFL ruckman Brad Moran's e-commerce start-up NoQ is helping over 70 independent Aussie supermarkets defend their try lines against the grocery giants
Aussie tech start-up goes to Hollywood: Melbourne-based IntelligenceBank has opened a Los Angeles office
IntelligenceBank, a business process software company based in Mebourne, recently announced the launch of its new office in Los Angeles.
Australian big business must collaborate with the start-up community to survive disruption from overseas
The latest StartupAUS report says Australian big business and startups must collaborate and not compete to stay globally competitive
Cashrewards is disrupting the way Aussies shop online, driving a massive $70 million of Aussie shopping dollars since January, without any investor funding.
Aussie-based Dsync has been named among the top 24 tech start-ups for 2016 by the National Retail Federation, the world’s largest retail trade association
70 per cent of Aussie companies that are eligible for government grants are unaware or simply do not know how to go about accessing the funding available
This start-up is challenging Aussies to drink healthier with Australia’s first zero sugar natural...
Beverage start-up, Nexba founded by Troy Douglas and Drew Bilbe aka the Aussie Boys, has a new line of beverages that is all-natural and has zero sugar
Australia’s leading adventure tourism company, Skydive the Beach is spreading its wings overseas, buying New Zealand’s leading tandem skydive company, NZONE
New research from the National Roads & Motorists’ Association (NRMA) found that many Australian small businesses are crying out for a better delivery option
It also found the majority of respondents (65%) were prepared to throw away at least $20 instead of having to chase a friend for the cash, with some saying they would even risk $100 to avoid the awkward follow-up. Money is tight for everyone right now but for some reason, Aussies still find it awkward, annoying, frustrating or even too risky for their friendships to chase friends for cash.
It seems like only yesterday that Bob Hawke and Paul Keating floated the dollar. Australia, the so-called lucky country, made its own luck as our leaders opened up our economy to Asia and the emerging world. Back then, baby boomers began taking their business out of ‘Fortress Australia’; trying their luck on the world stage, often in new lands that weren’t as affluent or familiar as they are today.
25 entrepreneurs (including nine Aussies) board @TheStartupBus from San Francisco to attend the South by Southwest (SxSW) Conference in Austin. They are to build five businesses from concept to launch over the 48-hour road trip. Their biggest challenge so far is apparently overcoming motion sickness during the trip.