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However, resistance to change hasn't stopped the creation of disruptive new ideas, particularly in Sydney. Here's a look at the entrepreneurs, and investors who are powering the next wave of innovation Down Under.
Techstars Adelaide is designed to support early-stage companies advancing state-of-the-art applications in Internet of things (IoT), big data, sensors and robotics, with potential to developing and commercialising technologies connected to the defence and security sectors.
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,...
According to the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance (G20YEA), in developing countries almost 90% of jobs are generated by small and medium-sized enterprises. They account...
The G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance Summit, a four-year-old grouping seeking to tap energies of younger business leaders in the advanced economies, comes to Australia for the first time this year. The high-profile event, scheduled for 19-21 July in Sydney, offers a rare opportunity for young entrepreneurs to shape the agenda of the G20 countries. The deadline to enter and participate in the event as a delegate is March 31.
Two events happened this week that, together, have got me fired up. Firstly, I watched an aspiring Olympian make a collection in a busy cafe on Swan Street, on the outskirts of Melbourne. Sure, he was handsome, well-spoken, physically capable of doing things once thought humanly impossible. But, at the same time, I had to ask myself, to what extent does Australia truly stand to benefit from the physical accomplishments of this man? Secondly, that same morning, I received a thoughtful request for assistance from two young entrepreneurs seeking support for a delegation. Who would you back?