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As well as access to Qantas and industry mentors, participants will be able to tap into some of the Qantas Group’s operational data, technology platforms and anonymised customer insights to bring their ideas to life.
Jobs for NSW is backing fintech start-up accelerator H2 Ventures, with a loan guarantee of $2 million to enable the company to access a $4 million loan by Investec Australia Limited.
There are three major trends in the business world which are driving demand for Virtual Chief Financial Officers (VCFOs). The rapidly growing number of start-ups...
A trio of student led start-ups, showcasing UniSA entrepreneurial talent, have been named this year’s Venture Catalyst winners as UniSA’s Innovation and Collaboration Centre (ICC) celebrates its first anniversary.
Investible’s LAB Program is an eight-week, full time start-up accelerator, where winning companies access up to $250,000 in capital from the Club Investible network.
Entrepreneurship has confronted several challenges with financial difficulties and constraints always being one the key reasons that prevent many start-ups from getting off the ground.
Company culture describes the workplace environment – including how employees work, interact and collaborate as well as the policies to which they adhere. Positive environments improve productivity and help businesses and employees earn more money.
In the past there have been occupations that remained relatively stable, for example lawyers, doctors, and accountants. If you went to university, got one of these degrees, and entered that particular workforce, it was assumed that you’d be set for life. However, this is no longer the case.
Instead of ordering off your local restaurants, the new online marketplace is the first in Australia to connect you with super talented locals in your community who love to cook, bake and create at home, so you don’t have to. Meals can be simply picked up or delivered straight to your door - and reviewed.
For entrepreneurs just starting out on their start-up journey, it can at times be a lonely existence with little support. For this reason, it is important to find mentors who will help you find your direction and encourage you to reach your full potential.
The start-up scene in Australia is buzzing with amazing ideas and talent but communications expert Catriona Pollard continues to see five common PR mistakes
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has revealed its initiative to invest $500,000 in five to six seed-stage creative start-ups from around Australia
So you’ve come across all the Lean Startup principles and think you have all the tools for start-up success but it is this one thing that will set you apart
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) recently announced that Creative3 applications are now open for creative startups seeking early-stage funding
Barry Lehrer is the founder of a tech start-up, DiffuzeHR. He is also turning 57 this year. He shares five lessons from his 20 years in the start-up scene
This autumn up to 40 start-ups from Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with a social/environmental mission will partake in social enterprise incubator Two Feet
Why hiring a virtual assistant is the right solution for most start-ups and small businesses, from reducing costs to getting more tasks done faster
Queensland’s new generation of start-up talent is the winner in a landmark $2 million funding program that will help make business ideas a reality
7 Aussie fintechs are on the Fintech 100 list published by Fintech Innovators, a collaboration between fintech investors H2 Ventures and KPMG Fintech
Mark Woodland, CEO and founder of Xplor has just returned from the annual Web Summit in Dublin, where he received several international investment offers