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Walkthrough proptech app RealAR helps property owners visualize real estate interiors before they’re built
RealAR is a user friendly and accessible way to improve knowledge and understanding of proposals during the entire development assessment process of a space
Arcadis, a global design and consultancy for natural and built assets, recently announced Australian start-up, Senscity, will join nine other start-ups from around the...
Techstars Adelaide is designed to support early-stage companies advancing state-of-the-art applications in Internet of things (IoT), big data, sensors and robotics, with potential to developing and commercialising technologies connected to the defence and security sectors.
The ANZ Innovyz Start program, the region’s own version of the hugely successful TechStars accelerator in the U.S., has kicked off with 10 startups...
Listen up! There's an opportunity to grow your business and entrepreneurial know-how with a little help from ANZ Innovyz START Winter 2013. ANZ Innovyz START is a 13-week...
“This program is about fostering growth and innovation in start-up businesses and working with start-up companies to rapidly accelerate their growth. We're a strong supporter of the start up segment, approving around 7 out of 10 start up loan applications.”
The 10 successful startups will get up to $18,000 each ($6,000 for each founder), free rent and tuition, besides at least $85,000 in free perks offered by companies such as Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Rackspace and others. The program starts in Adelaide on May 28, with 45 mentors from Australia and around the world.
Dr. Jana Matthews, one of the world’s leading experts on entrepreneurship and growth, is the program director for ANZ Innovyz START. Her goal is to pick the most exciting startups, pack the founders into a room for three months and have a team of top-flight mentors provide sage advice. From her perspective, Australia and New Zealand have some unique startup challenges.