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Australian technology and design consultancy 33Bondi recently announced its partnership with Google Cloud as a new Google Cloud Partner (Asia Pacific) announced...
The question that is all too often asked is this – does an Australian start-up need to move to The Valley to be successful?
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.
In 2015, employing some impressively creative growth hacking, Tamir received 43,000 hits in 20 hours for start up mortgage disrupter HashChing, which has since converted into $70 million in 2 months of home loan applications requests.
Investing further in GO1 was a no brainer. GO1 is the perfect example of a startup who absolutely gets it and is poised to grow rapidly all over the world into a leading provider of learning and management platforms.
Given the wealth of innovation here, it’s no surprise that that 38 percent of cash-generating Australian startups already have export revenue. But for that other 62 percent to really thrive, they’re going to need sell across the Indian Ocean.
SafetyCulture, the Australian technology company that has enabled more than 30 million safety and quality inspections at companies including Coca-Cola, Hilton, and Qantas, recently announced it has raised $AUD 30 million
The study, which focused on small businesses in the U.S., Canada, the U.K., and Australia revealed that 64 percent of small businesses run in the cloud, 68 percent use apps, and 66 percent use a smartphone.
The start that this smart Aussie tech company had was far from good. It was awesome! On crowd-funding platform Indiegogo, they hit their goal in two hours, reached the $100,000 mark within one day and had reached over $300,000 by the end of that first week.
Australian business owners have finally gotten an easy way to get paid for goods sold or services that they render due to the introduction of Square Invoices.
Grana, an online clothing retailer creating luxury fabrics and wardrobe essentials at guilt-free prices, has secured an additional U.S $3.5 million in seed funding...
Aussie start-up DesignCrowd, one of the world’s largest creative design marketplaces, has reached half a million freelance designers on its global platform
Australian innovation network, Advance and KPMG Australia have revealed the 11 enterprise tech start-ups selected to take part in the 2016 elevate61 program
The Creative Collective is fast forging its niche as Australia’s first crowdfunding marketing agency after partnering with crowdfunding giant, Indiegogo.
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
KPMG Australia and Advance have launched the 2016 elevate61 accelerator, opening up applications to Aussie tech start-ups ready to conquer the US market.
Nominations are open for inclusion in the ‘Fintech 100’ list, which will recognise leading fintech innovators from around the world
Unique data-driven VC fund Follow[the]Seed will offer $50 million in second-stage funding to Australian start-ups seeking to raise $500,000 to $2 million
This former Google employee is opening a futuristic first-of-its-kind learning centre for HSC students...
A new Google-inspired HSC learning centre will open its doors today with a mission to train the brightest young minds in Sydney for stellar careers in science, medicine, mathematics and English courtesy of Richard Chua's Talent 100.
In today’s world of luxury, instant gratification and increasingly faster routes to consumption, it can be easy to get carried away with collecting...well, hoarding...
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