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Powered by Australia’s largest tech start-up accelerator BlueChilli, The Stockland Accelerator offers start-ups the opportunity to refine their bold idea and develop it into a prototype, with $38,000 upfront investment and up to $500,000 in follow-on funding.
The intensive 6-month program, powered by Australia’s largest tech start-up accelerator, BlueChilli, gives early-stage entrepreneurs the opportunity of a lifetime to quit their day job and have their innovative idea become a global reality.
Startups today are no longer reinventing the wheel. Given that they’re often nimble innovators themselves, startups are trusting other startups with handling some of the most fundamental parts of their business.
Westpac’s annual Innovation Challenge is one way that we support Australian businesses with the drive and imagination to shape the future of Australia. I’d like to congratulate all of this year’s finalists and the winner, Surgical Partners, for the outstanding quality of their ideas
Westpac recently announced the five finalists for its Innovation Challenge, a platform for entrepreneurs to put forward innovative new solutions to further improve Australia’s healthcare sector.
SME owners all over Australia are heading back to work but many of the challenges they faced last year are still obstacles for them to overcome this year
StartupAUS, Australia's peak advocacy group for start-ups, recently released its report on the outcomes of the Federal Government's innovation Policy Hack.
Melbourne delivery software start-up, Swift launched their delivery management software that enables any business that delivers to offer real-time delivery tracking of their items.
Australian crowdsourced live music startup GiggedIn today announced it had closed a $500,000 funding round to prepare for global growth and service brand marketers seeking to reach a youth audience.
Westpac is calling on start-ups and agribusiness entrepreneurs to develop new ideas to revolutionise Australia’s agricultural sector as part of a competition called the...
Australian tech start-up BlueChilli will host the Australian leg of the global AngelHack world tour at their Sydney offices on the weekend of May...
Mondelēz International, the maker of iconic brands including Cadbury Dairy Milk and Philadelphia cream cheese, recently announced the Australian launch of its breakthrough mobile...
Australian venture technology company BlueChilli has appointed Eric Lawrence as Chief Financial Officer. In fact, like lightning, he is already in the job. Eric is...
BlueChilli CEO Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin conceded ‘it’s rare to be able to recruit this depth of talent in Australia,’ as he snapped up the three-year-old company that was, oddly enough, a rival as much as a partner.
BlueChilli has won funding for two of its portfolio companies – TokenOne and Geepers, early-stage startups with no revenue. Both secured over $650,000 in...
During 2012, we at BlueChilli studied over 2,000 pitches outlining various approaches, concepts and ideas. Some were weird, some were wonderful and yes, some were absolutely wacky as well. But only 1%, or about 20, made it.
Moneysoft raised the money in three rounds with each round opening and closing within 6-8 weeks, “which is a testament to the demand of the technology and the unique benefits it delivers, in particular to advisers and accountants
Incubator options for Australian startups will expand next month, with the announcement on Friday that "venture technology company" BlueChilli has acquired growth funding from early stage venture capital fund FCDF. If the names BlueChilli and FCDF sound familiar it's because BlueChilli is the venture of serial entrepreneur (and 30under30 veteran) Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin. FCDF is the product of another well-heeled player in the Australian startup scene, Domenic Carosa.
Ten teams participated in the Azure training camp, and a clan of high-profile investors and entrepreneurs oversaw the teams' development and pitching of their Azure applications, said Microsoft's Catherine Eibner. Participants also acknowledged learning a series of helpful business lessons for inside or outside the cloud.