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StartupAUS welcomed Labor’s plan to support start-ups and push for an ‘innovation nation’, excited to see the significant focus from both sides of politics

Australian entrepreneurs have a lot of things in spades – ideas, passion, skills and the guts to start a business – but new research...

Ash Maurya, one of Silicon Valley's most recognised thought leaders in the global start-up space and the widely influential author of start-up bible Running...

We all know hard work is part of the start-up mantra. Long hours, big deadlines, after hours networking, dinner with important clients, and hustling hard...

StartupAUS, a not-for-profit entity that supports Australian tech start-ups, recently released the Crossroads 2015 report, which reveals that despite positive developments over the past 12 months,...

Salesforce recently announced that it is joining forces with the Australian start-up ecosystem, as its premier event in Australia and New Zealand, the Salesforce...

These days, nearly every start-up founder and their dog claims they are out to change the world. This isn’t one of those start-ups. These guys...

Local real estate start-up OpenAgent has closed a $1 million funding round with prominent investors including Pete Flint, the co-founder of US online real...

A few weeks back, Mondelēz International put out the call for start-ups to apply for its breakthrough mobile marketing initiative, Mobile Futures. They have now...

Australian venture capital firm, OneVentures, recently officially launched its new OneVentures Innovation and Growth Fund II. This new fund aims to raise a total of...

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