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Winning this Startup Weekend will allow us to bring ArtLife to life. ArtLife will revolutionize the way we look after our digital memories from paintings to photos to family moments.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia invites developers, designers and entrepreneurs to Australia's first Startup Weekend focused solely on creative tech
Brisbane start-up hub River City Labs has opened registrations to partake in their first ever Startup Weekend Women event from 9 to 11 October, 2015
Accodex, an Adelaide-based start-up offering a new tech-enabled platform for freelance accountants, has secured a $180,000 seed funding to expand to the US
Co-working community River City Labs recently announced the winner of Startup Weekend Brisbane after hosting the 54-hour business creation event over the second weekend of July 2015.
At Startup Weekend Melbourne in 2013, Leigh Sherman pitched his idea for a disruptive tech business that would bring a digital product solution to...
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 40 per cent of new businesses in Australia fail within four years. No-one ever plans to fail,...
Whitney Houston once said, "I believe the children are our future." It was a daft sentiment. (Of course the children are our future! Blimey.) But, then,...
We've reported on Startup Weekend before. The events take place in cities all over the globe and they give entrepreneurs the chance to create...
Are you one of the millions of Australian ‘suits’ stuck in a mundane 9-5 office routine? Are you the corporate employee looking for a...
Zaarly nailed its pitch at the L.A. Startup Weekend at the start of 2011. It won the weekends proceedings. But, more than that, within three weeks it had raised $1 million in funding from seasoned investors, including Ashton Kutcher. Here's a video of the winning pitch.
Recently, two Startup Weekend events have wrapped up in Australia. These events place would-be entrepreneurs in a 54-hour crunch to pitch, plan, and produce a new product or service. The format is global, with happenings going on all over the globe on an almost monthly basis.
Developers are in high demand in any startup community. Without them, the great digital idea that you have remains just that, an idea. So, companies go to great lengths to find technology gurus.
The next Startup Weekend event is happening 16-18 November 2012 in Adelaide. The event will host developers, business personnel and legal experts who will work collaboratively to try and hammer out a new idea over the weekend, with a focus on bringing to bear a new startup. The event is nearly all filled-up, but those of us watching from the side-lines have a whole lot to look forward to. Participants will arrive Friday afternoon and start networking. After dinner and a small round of pep talks, the “Pitchfire” will begin.
Cofounder Speed Date has come far in its mission to help entrepreneurs find equally passionate cofounders — a key bridge to success. But the startup — itself less than a year old — is now reaching out to more and more local partners in a bid to accelerate the process.
Adelaide's Startup Weekend in March found some interesting and commercially viable new mobile apps.
As a native English speaker, Matthew Ho was once frustrated by his attempts to learn Mandarin. This week, he's in Beijing showing off just how fun and addictive the language can be. Ho and his startup, Native Tongue, have been promoting Mandarin Madness, an educational gaming application, at TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing.