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Asia’s largest fintech innovation hub, Stone & Chalk, is partnering with the South Australian Government to establish a start-up hub at...
Five innovative Indigenous startups will be selected for the Barayamal Accelerator and receive a funding total of $50,000 in grants with all startups also receiving support through free coworking space, mentoring and training from industry experts at the Victorian Innovation Hub, Goods Shed North.
The Finnies celebrate the remarkable achievements of Australia’s best FinTech businesses who are recognised for excellence in sectors such as lending, wealth management, payments, crowdfunding, blockchain, artificial intelligence and regtech.
Startups today are no longer reinventing the wheel. Given that they’re often nimble innovators themselves, startups are trusting other startups with handling some of the most fundamental parts of their business.
Category: Number An independent, not-for-profit fintech hub, Stone & Chalk aims to accelerate the development of world-leading startups. The idea was so popular that a flood of initial applicants shoved its opening back from March to August of 2015. Its intended launch venue was simply not big enough!
In only its second year, having rebranded from the highly successful Startup Week Sydney in 2015, Spark Festival is Australia's leading startup festival, organised by the startup community for the startup community. The first round of Spark Festival’s program features over 50 events across tracks including The Startup Journey, HealthTech, Going Global, Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Security, Social Enterprise, Fintech, Education, Diversity and more.
KPMG Australia recently announced the launch of mLabs, a market-first corporate fintech accelerator connecting forward-thinking mutual Authorised Deposit-taking Institutions (ADIs) with some of Australia’s most exciting fintech startups.
Australian big business must collaborate with the start-up community to survive disruption from overseas
The latest StartupAUS report says Australian big business and startups must collaborate and not compete to stay globally competitive