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Aussie startup advocacy group believes budget provides incremental gains but lacks vision on technology
Despite a welcome injection of $60 million over 3 years to the Export Market Development Grant, StartupAUS described the recently announced Budget...
Aussie startups are flourishing amidst record capital despite tech-phobic climate and talent shortages, says...
Five years after the formation of StartupAUS in 2013, Australia has the fundamentals in place to support a flourishing startup ecosystem, yet significant challenges remain including talent shortages, constrained research and development support, and a cooling attitude toward technology among voters and politicians.
With that said, a mandatory mentorship program between the universities and startups would be a valuable concept to instill these “real world’ insights into the students.
The private sector led, NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW is calling on business accelerators, incubators and other start-up partnering services to sign up to the new Sydney Startup Hub, which it’s hoped will rival similar venues around the world.
Australia is well-placed to capitalise on the strong growth seen in its fledgling startup sector, but some significant barriers remain to enjoying a truly world class startup ecosystem according to StartupAUS.
The evidence supports the idea that startup job creation is more than just wishful thinking by the startup community, or jockeying for political position by our government ministers.
StartupAUS, supported by FinTech Australia, StartupWA, StartupTas, TechSydney, Startup Adelaide and Startup Victoria, proposes recommendations to the Federal Government review that would see the scheme enhance its investment in innovative, high-growth businesses.
"The paper highlights the extensive economic benefits of building innovation hubs which have powerful multiplier effects. There’s a lot at stake here - if we get it right, we’ll be able to capitalise on it"
StartupAUS welcomed the Federal Government’s early-stage investor tax incentives introduced to Parliament in mid March, saying it's a huge win for start-ups
The Aussie tech community has welcomed the substantial suite of innovation policies recently announced by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
Australian big business must collaborate with the start-up community to survive disruption from overseas
The latest StartupAUS report says Australian big business and startups must collaborate and not compete to stay globally competitive
Aussie tech community supports The Office of the Chief Scientist’s latest report on boosting high-impact entrepreneurship in Australia through universities
StartupAUS, Australia's peak advocacy group for start-ups, recently released its report on the outcomes of the Federal Government's innovation Policy Hack.
StartupAUS and ACS have welcomed Labor’s Girls into Code initiative which would see $4.5m in grants put towards supporting girls into learning code
StartupAUS welcomed Labor’s plan to support start-ups and push for an ‘innovation nation’, excited to see the significant focus from both sides of politics
The Aussie tech community has welcomed Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s new business leadership as well placed to support the growth of Aussie start-ups
StartupAUS today announced the return of Startup Spring for the third year running taking place across Australia from 10-30 September, with the aim to top last year’s record number of 160 events nationally.
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,...
Salesforce recently announced that it is joining forces with the Australian start-up ecosystem, as its premier event in Australia and New Zealand, the Salesforce...
Last week’s ANZ Bluenote highlighted an alarming fall in the number of new Australian startups, total startups, and an acceleration in those exiting. This...
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