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The app offers a unique opportunity for busy working professionals to link to young people of refugee background with similar interests and provide advice about how to move into that industry.
Our team listened closely to the problems posed by Spotless executives at the lead-up events, one of which was inefficiencies around waste management at client facilities and venues.
Technology can have an incredible impact on the world and RHoK is there to connect NFPs and great tech talent to solve some of the world’s most pressing issues.
Spotless Hack at the ‘G invites Australian’s creative minds in the tech and startup community to create solutions to real problems across sectors such as food and venue management, facilities and asset maintenance, cleaning, waste management and security.
Startupbootcamp received $600,000 for the first year (2016), with the potential of following up funding in the subsequent years. The funds will enable the opening of a hardware lab in Kydo, Melbourne’s IoT and Data Tech Startup Space and will provide the core funding for the launch of the accelerator program in 2017.
Australian start-up incubator Tech Pilot Fund are hosting a weekend-long hackathon event in Sydney with a difference. The event is the initiative of Tech Pilot Fund founder and CEO Simon Anquetil to help foster a healthy start-up scene in Australia and reinforce the crucial role of women in the tech industry.
Australian tech start-up BlueChilli will host the Australian leg of the global AngelHack world tour at their Sydney offices on the weekend of May...
Global hackathon BattleHack was recently on in Sydney and Team GearBox took out first place with their IoT (Internet of Things) solution - a...
All ye talented app developers, where art thou? The time to shine hath arrived... Leading global payments providers PayPal and Braintree will be hosting a...
If you’re looking to build an app or design something technological, you might want to head down to the York Butter Factory in Melbourne’s...
The internet is not going to kill retail. It’s going to put it on steroids. Ok, so it might sound a little creepy right now, but I think it’s inevitable and will be business as usual in a few short years. I don't think we know yet the exact form it will take - my examples above are just illustrative, but real time, location based, two-way communication between the retail world and the consumers in the street outside is the next logical step. It’s been in science fiction books for decades.
So, who won the big prizes at the Sydney Hackathon? Apps that help everything from planning a great date, to organising the internet were awarded. Plus, Eric Bae shares his five point success plan that helped him score the major award and a $10,000 investment.