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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.

Crace, located in the north of Canberra, is one of Australia’s fastest-growing suburbs. Geospatial mapping and visual analytics company, nearmap has exclusive photos of the evolution of Crace — since its bushland times.

Sydney fintech start-up Easyshare has launched its new digital platform, aiming to make the lives of Australia’s 4.1 million renters easier by eliminating their common disputes over money splits for rent and bills.

Fitness platform KFit has raised US$3.25 million in its latest funding round. It is in 13 markets across Asia Pacific and is aiming to be in every major city in the region within the next 18 months.

Australian online B2B off-the-plan property marketplace, Investorist has raised $2.5 million to increase its presence in Australia, Asia and the UK and launch into the US.

WellOne, Australia's first discounted healthcare membership recently launched in Melbourne, aiming to make allied healthcare affordable for everyone in Australia.

Australian start-up HERO CONDOMS is taking a bite out of the billion dollar condom market - holding its own against global giants Ansell and Durex - with its new deal with Woolworths.

QuickBottle, a Sydney-based alcohol delivery service, has set out to make it much easier to get alcohol delivered to your door without the markup one would expect for such a service.

Despite his love of food, Ben Thomas never thought salads would make him rich. He now owns a chain of stores throughout Sydney selling...

Many would agree with Stanislav Roth’s view that conventional law firms are failing to adapt their ‘modus operandi’ in response to the unique needs...

The future is looking very bright for Australian entrepreneurs that are doing good for society or the environment with a recently announced $100 million...

Tech-focused venture capital fund Tank Stream Ventures recently announced the first close of their $20 million fund and that they now have a full...

You may have read Emma Johnson’s recent article on Forbes, ‘Can these panties disrupt the $15 billion feminine hygiene market?’ (28/5/15), detailing how US-based...

Sydney-based transportation booking platform, Jayride recently officially launched in the US, powered by a successful $1.5 million capital raise earlier this year in January. Backed by...

Australian taxi app and integrated mobile payment provider ingogo recently successfully closed a $12 million Series C funding round, ahead of its plans to...

Ash Maurya, one of Silicon Valley's most recognised thought leaders in the global start-up space and the widely influential author of start-up bible Running...

Thirty-seven-year-old Patrick Kidd was an electrician for eight years but was not satisfied. Originally from the far South Coast of NSW, he moved to...

Westpac is calling on start-ups and agribusiness entrepreneurs to develop new ideas to revolutionise Australia’s agricultural sector as part of a competition called the...

Wine industry heavyweights Bruce Tyrrell and Lisa McGuigan have joined the Board of Advisors of Sydney wine start-up, WithWine. Launched in January, WithWine is a...

Australia’s oldest boot maker, Baxter Boots, recently celebrated the 100 year anniversary of manufacturing boots that were worn by the AIF troops as they...

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