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The decline of Australian startups: What can we expect from the Government?

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...

Screw the budget and those cigar smoking politicians. Here are three ways to fund...

This week’s Federal Budget cuts will make it even tougher to innovate. Cuts include a reduction in R&D Tax credits and the abolition of...

The 2014 Budget what does it mean for government grants? $5 Billion in cuts...

In short, the 2014 Budget means there will be fewer grants but more money is available. The grant experts at Grant Ready have created this...

What does the 2014 Budget really mean for startups?

The 2014 Budget presents a mixed bag for startups and entrepreneurs. Despite the recent Crossroad report that outlined how Australia’s startup ecosystem needed support...

Visual search start-up See-Out raises funds from Scale Angels, QUT’s Creative Enterprise

See-Out is developing Ceeq, a visual search product that it believes will mark a fundamental shift in protection of trademarks and brands in the modern electronic era. Its early product is a web-based visual search engine that can scan over 18 million trademark searches and examinations.

Government grants on hold until May budget announced

All Federal discretionary grants are on hold while the Federal Government prepares for the May budget. No applications will be progressed until after the...

iAccelerate alum CriticalArc raises $1 million to build campus security app

Founded in 2011, CriticalArc has seized on the idea that nearly everyone on campus carries a computing device in the form of a smartphone. The funding came from Commercialisation Australia, Hunter Angels Trust and Sydney Angels.

Is 24 Hours enough time to decide to invest? Paul Graham says yes, but…

Paul Graham says decide to invest within 24 hours! Evidence says do at least 40 hours of due diligence! Have you read the latest essay...

Tapestry.net, social media for seniors, gets $400K and sets sights on U.S. market

As is becoming the norm on the Australian startup scene, the best, brightest and the most innovative quickly head to the world market that...

Social media site for old people? Tapestry launches with the goal, ‘No senior left...

Whoever would have thought of social media exclusively for seniors? Well, here it is from a Sydneysider, Andrew Dowling, whose worldview was transformed by a visit to China to study population demographics as part of his master’s degree.

The art and mystery of startup valuation (Or, why is my company worth more...

The valuation of an early-stage venture sets up the strategy for future success. But, most experienced early-stage investors looking at a pre-revenue company start with a valuation of zero. Most entrepreneurs don't agree. How should you value your startup?

How does the Australian startup scene compare to Silicon Valley? Report reveals how we...

While that may sound a little disheartening, bear this in mind. If you're in Silicon Valley you've got an 8% chance, or a 6.7% chance if you're in Silicon Alley (New York). But how is the Australian startup ecosystem compared to the rest of the world, and, of course, Silicon Valley?

Tapestry (SMART 100)

Co-founders Andrew Dowling and Jay Teborek met while studying in Beijing. There, in an engagement with advisors to the Chinese government on macroeconomic policy, they came face to face with what is the biggest demographic trend in human history, one that will transform industries, governments and societies over the coming decades: the ageing population.

NICTA’s Scalify gets a $2 million jump in bid to juice up the gaming...

Outside gaming, NICTA’s technology can be used to improve the delivery of gaming and virtual environments that are increasingly being used for online learning and training. It also can be used for telemedicine programs that involve exchanging large datasets and for bandwidth-intensive data like3D scans and x-rays.

The 5th annual Angel Investor Conference to focus on sustainability of investment

Sustainability of investment is the main focus of the 5th Annual National Angel Investor Conference. The Melbourne Angels are inviting entrepreneurs to come, collaborate, hear about the latest industry trends and learn of smart investment oppourtunities.

Experience the latest in Australian entrepreneurship at the 5th annual National Angel Investor Conference

The National Angel Conference 2012 provides an opportunity to meet experienced national and international Angel Investors and entrepreneurs and hear about the latest industry trends and investment opportunities.

Life sciences sector shines but policy gaps pose challenges to Australia’s continued innovation

Like many industries, private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) activity have suffered heavily from the global financial crisis, after peaking in 2007. PE...

Aha, There-it-is! Visual search engine picks up $250,000 grant

The Holy Grail of internet search could soon be in the sites of an Adelaide upstart. For years, technologists seeking to go one up...

Three reasons to choose R&D tax money over grant money

Generally, in Australia, there are two main types of government funds available: Government Grants and Research and Development Tax Breaks. There can be a lot of appeal in trying to access Government Grants. However, if I had to pick a government funding program for my business, I know which one I would choose: R&D Tax Breaks. Here's why.

Being the world’s quary is not enough, says Minister for Innovation, Senator Kim Carr

There has been much misguided speculation recently about Australia’s mining boom and what it means for the broader national economy and manufacturing. Some have portrayed the mining sector as an insatiable beast. A beast whose demand for resources, labour and capital must be fed – whatever the consequences for the rest of the economy.

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Generating Web Traffic with Mark Middo and James Tuckerman [FREE REPORT]

Not all websites are created equal. That’s the first – and perhaps harshest – lesson when venturing into the ever evolving world of online marketing. Websites don’t draw visitors just by existing; they require love, attention and an understanding of how search engines think. In this Cheat Sheet, Anthill Magazine’s James Tuckerman and guest Mark “Middo” Middleton share their combined wisdom on generating web traffic for new and old websites.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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