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It is targeted at later stage B2B startups, who have ideally secured seed funding, turnover of at least AU$500,000, and have proven traction in local or overseas markets.
The outcome was a lightweight and thoroughly considered design that was BPA free and non-toxic; the world’s first barista standard reusable cup, KeepCup was born.
TechSydney is a not-for-profit enterprise led by some of Australia’s most successful and influential entrepreneurs and innovators who have a mutual determination to see Sydney boom onto the global tech stage.
This award-winning company is pushing innovation in the construction industry with a new powerful...
Makinex is an Australian owned private company that have been experts in the design, development and distribution of innovative products since 2004.
It’s looking to be a watershed year for Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality LightfieldTM tech and Wellington’s Weta Workshop is playing a pivotal creative role
Australian innovation network, Advance and KPMG Australia have revealed the 11 enterprise tech start-ups selected to take part in the 2016 elevate61 program
Who Gives A Crap about social enterprise? Australia’s most successful toilet paper disruptor, that’s...
Social enterprise Who Gives A Crap has collaborated with Melbourne artist Stephen Baker to create a limited edition Christmas toilet paper wrapper
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.
Brisbane-based Brus Media started out as a Facebook app but co-founders Nic Blair and Shon Siemonek soon turned it into a hot mobile app marketing start-up
KPMG Australia and Advance have launched the 2016 elevate61 accelerator, opening up applications to Aussie tech start-ups ready to conquer the US market.
Any business owner out there will tell you that importing has always been quite a hustle, especially thanks to the fees that come with...
We've seen countless pre-teens pound eye-melting video games into submission and treat laptops and mobile phones like the devices are extensions of their bodies. So we can't be completely floored by Thomas Suarez, a seasoned iPhone app developer who's about five years away from qualifying for a driver's license.