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Agrihack is an initiative of the RGTC Group, run by director Dianna Somerville, which wants to help position the Riverina as the agriculture centre of regional innovation.
At the end of last month, Australia’s largest inland non-capital city, Wagga Wagga in NSW, was host to an event called Regional PitchFest, which has inspired us to launch a new movement, Silicon Paddock.
Springboard Enterprises Australia has announced the 10 startups taking part in the fourth intake of its women-led accelerator program. Through the program, the organisation will look to help these startups become investor-ready.
Receiving $100,000 in seed funding from the firm, the startups will now spend six months working out of Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk.
As Melbourne and Sydney continue to debate which should be deemed Australia’s premier startup city, the country’s regional centres are quietly building their tech and startup communities. The Bega Valley is one such area, announcing the launch of a Regional Innovation Week at the end of the month.
With Qualgro actively looking to invest in Australian startups, Startup Daily has teamed up with Sydney coworking community Fishburners to host a talk with Huynh about Qualgro and what the fund means for local startups on Wednesday morning.
Inspiring Rare Birds has announced the launch of its first conference, on Australian entrepreneurs doing business with the world. Announced as part of Sydney’s Vivid Ideas festival, the conference will draw together entrepreneurs and leaders across industry, government, and academia to discuss how women are doing business globally.
Social impact accelerator One10 has partnered with Optus to support the Future Makers program, an innovation challenge looking to fund social enterprises solving the issues facing vulnerable or disadvantaged youth, young people aged between 4 and 26 who face significant challenges to reach their full potential. The program is calling for applications that focus on […]
Springboard Enterprises Australia, an organisation which helps women entrepreneurs become investor-ready by connecting them with a network of advisors, investors, and alumni to open up investment and mentoring opportunities, has opened applications for the fourth intake of its annual accelerator program.
With diversity in tech the hot topic of the week thanks to International Women’s Day, car marketplace Carsales.com is closing the week off with the launch of the Carsales Foundation, a new fund dedicated to boosting the diversity of the Australian tech industry through scholarships for women and Indigenous students in IT.
Startup Daily has partnered with General Assembly for the second event in our #GoGlobal series, a fireside chat with SurveyMonkey’s new CEO, Zander Lurie in Sydney. Formerly the senior vice president of entertainment at GoPro and CFO of CBS, Lurie was named CEO of online survey company SurveyMonkey in January after the departure of Bill Veghte.
Innovation network Advance and KPMG Australia have named the startups taking part in this year’s elevate61 accelerator program, designed to help participants fast track their growth into the US.