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On this episode of Startup meet Corporate, Gina and Tricia chat with Tashi Dorjee, the cofounder and chief space officer at TwoSpace.
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According to Friend Theory, a millennial has, on average, 180,000 friends worldwide. The platform helps users find them.
VC firm Reinventure Group has closed its third $50 million fund, with Westpac once more backing the firm as it looks to expand its focus to Asia-Pacific.
Assisted Outing connects those with needs to assistants in the community who can take them out on outings, aiming to tackle the problem of social isolation.
I’ve noticed a particular challenge that a lot of us have been grappling with now that Canva is at this particular stage of growth: staying focused and keeping control of our precious time.
Previously manager of the national innovation program at Deloitte, new Startup Victoria boss Anderson has been at Inventium since 2013.
“I think that’s going to be the tipping point for Australian podcasting, when we have a body of work that is more reflective of our own stories, and our own content.”
The government has announced $15 million in funding for the establishing of the Australian Space Agency and the appointment of former CSIRO head Dr Megan Clark as its chief.
KPMG Australia, the Commonwealth Bank, and Microsoft have partnered to launch Wiise, a platform providing cloud-based business management software aimed at the small to medium enterprise (SME) market.
After more than two decades working in tech across a variety of companies, Richard Kimber has probably seen it all.
Fintech startup Brighte has secured a $20 million debt funding facility from National Australia Bank (NAB).