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The NSW Government is set to allocate $10 million funding over the next four years to the expansion of trials of autonomous vehicles.
Student-led organisation Generation Entrepreneur has partnered with the NSW Department of Education to run iEntrepreneur, a business incubator program for high school students across Sydney.
Indigenous entrepreneurship organisation Barayamal is set to open the Barayamal Centre of Entrepreneurship in Brisbane to support First Nations businesses.
Sydney-founded startup Propeller Aero has raised $10 million in a Series A round led by existing backer Blackbird Ventures, with participation from other existing investors and newcomer Sequoia China.
European startup Stocard, whose app allows users to store their loyalty cards and collect loyalty points, has raised $20 million from Macquarie Capital.
Some say you shouldn’t pitch your business until you’ve perfected your presentation – in reality you also need to gain experience if you want to improve.
Coworking community Tank Stream Labs has partnered with Blockchain Professionals Sydney to launch a blockchain-focused hub in its Sydney space.
Just a few weeks on from securing a $20 million debt funding facility from National Australia Bank, fintech startup Brighte has raised $18.5 million in a Series B round led by Airtree Ventures.
An industry-based test group of users will be able to use the app on their Android phones, with their smartphone’s near field communication (NFC) function integrating with existing Myki ticket barriers and card readers.
RMIT is continuing to build out its Online offering, today launching a ‘cluster’ of short courses on digital transformation developed in par
Aquafortus has created technology that takes in wastewater with high levels of salinity & separates brines into dry mineral salts & clean water.
In Melbourne to celebrate Square’s second birthday in Australia, the company’s cofounder and CEO Jack Dorsey also announced Square is set to build out an engineering hub down under, its first outside North America.
StartCon has partnered with Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital to launch pitching competition Pitch for $1 million across Asia-Pacific, with the winner to be receive $1 million in funding.