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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.
OtherLevels, an Aussie-founded mobile marketing tech firm recently confirmed their listing on the ASX and released their prospectus to investors. OtherLevels was launched in Brisbane...
Nick Crocker, who holds Political Science and Law degrees from the University of Queensland, is a young Aussie expat living in San Francisco. He currently...
Startup Spring, being organised by StartupAUS, will be a three-week long, Australia-wide festival of more than 50 events and activities to celebrate and promote the tech startup community and encourage more Australians to become tech entrepreneurs.
The Sydney company plans to pick 3-4 developers and designers for a five-month program with a lot of goodies thrown in. Each of the successful entrant will receive a $50,000 investment, mentorship from more than 25 successful founders, legal advice and a two-month trip to Silicon Valley. At the conclusion of the program, participants will be offered the additional opportunity to pitch to early-stage investors at two demo days – one in Sydney and another in Silicon Valley.
Ninefold launches the Cloud Booster Program and announces partnerships with Pollenizer, Startmate, Innovation Bay...
The Cloud Booster Program has just been launched. The program, which was created by Ninefold, is designed to accelerate the growth of Australian start-ups. The cloud computing company also announced Pollenizer and Startmate as the program’s first partners, which were soon joined by Innovation Bay and AngelCube.
A group of experienced entrepreneurs and angel investors are rolling out a seed fund and incubator aimed at early stage startups in the Melbourne area. The venture, called AngelCube, is the first of its kind for Melbourne in recent memory.
Angry Nerds: Atlassian’s Mike Cannon-Brookes built his software empire selling t-shirts? It’s called bait-and-switch.
Any parent who has ever driven past McDonalds with kids in the car will know the pulling power of a good bait-and-switch campaign. Those blasted McHappy Meals usually go half-eaten, so it's not the few moments of fat, salt and sugar that make them irresistible. It's the movie tie-in, limited-time collectible nature of the bloody near-worthless-will-break-before-your-car-leaves-the-car-park toy included with the meal. Believe it or not, what works for selling fast food also works for selling other things... like enterprise software products.