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Canberra cybersecurity startup Penten has nabbed a $1.3 million innovation contract to develop a cryptography solution for the Australian Army.
The University of Queensland has appointed a Chief Student Entrepreneur to inspire and mentor fellow student innovators at the university.
There is a stigma about having an unsuccessful startup, but a failed startup shouldn’t be viewed so negatively by those in the business world, or by others.
The top mistakes made by startups entering China include failure to localise, failure to compete with local brands, and not playing nice with government.
Corporate accelerator Slingshot has revealed the 10 startups taking part in this year’s HCF Catalyst program, the program’s third intake.
The Tech Ready Women incubator program is going online to help women across regional Australia get their startup ideas going.
The global war for tech talent still rages, and it can lead companies to panic and grab candidates who aren’t a good fit. Startups in particular tend to make several key mistakes when hiring.
Northern NSW startup Nuonic has today announced it has received strategic investment from, and launched an alliance with, KPMG Australia.
Fintech company Uno Home Loans has announced the raising of $25 million in funding from strategic backer Westpac, and kicked off the search for a new CEO.
Almost two years since the recommendations on the future of the local video games development industry were put forward, the government has responded.
Sydney-founded crowdsourced courier startup Go People, born in 2014 as People Post, has raised $3 million in funding as it looks to grow further in the increasingly-crowded delivery startup space.
As the NSW Government gears up to implement a $1 levy per trip taken through taxi and rideshare services across much of the state from this Thursday, Indian rideshare company Ola has signalled it is getting ready to launch in Australia.
London-based Relx Group, a multinational analytics company, has acquired Australia-founded digital identity company ThreatMetrix for £580 million (just over $1 billion) in cash.
While one of the obvious advantages of an ecommerce business is having access to a borderless marketplace, for many merchants, the idea of expanding internationally can seem daunting.