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Wollongong: a perfect blend of mountains, sea and city. I’m a Wollongong local and I founded Devika right on the sands of North Wollongong...
Say the words “startup” and “regional area” together in a sentence, and some people will give you a questioning look. How can a regional city offer businesses in the startup and scaleup phase all they need to grow, prosper and ultimately remain sustainable?
Australia’s own Silicon Valley; Invest Wollongong launches with focus on attracting startups and scaleups
Invest Wollongong is focused on implementing practical programs that tangibly support startups and scaleups considering the thriving region as a place to call home
Applications are open for Tech23 2015, an event that connects Australian start-ups with the connected people, clever ideas and capital they need to succeed
Four frustrated colleagues started this tech start-up to bring professional service businesses out of...
Christine Higgins, Eamonn Bell, Glenn Fowler and Geoff McQueen started AffinityLive out of frustration, to create integrated, cloud-based business-automation software for professional service businesses.
Construction on the Illawara region’s first high-tech business incubator officially started recently when the Minister for the Illawarra, John Ajaka MLC, joined University of...
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.
iSee is ”a combination of positive attributes of video conferencing and virtual environments, using real-time video instead of avatars,” says Prof. Farzad Safaei of UOW's ICT Research Institute and the lead researcher of the project.
In an interview with Anthill’s Cynthia Karena, Bullock talks about how his resolve never to accept no for an answer landed him his first big client – St. George Bank. Entrepreneurship also means creating a win-win situation and scaling from small to medium, and probably to large, because of the huge potential that still exists, he adds.