Brisbane coworking space River City Labs is calling for startups Australia-wide to apply to pitch at its RiverPitch investment event.
The Vivid Festival has fast become one of the most popular annual events in Sydney. The 18-day festival of light, music and ideas usually has something to pique everyone’s interests. It acts as a time in the city when art, technology and commerce intersect and leaves those that experience it inspired and full of ideas.
On December 9th, Startup Victoria will play host to some of the most influential minds in the world of startups and innovation as part of the Above All Human Conference.
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus have garnered an audience of more than 2 million readers at The Minimalists, where they write about living a meaningful life with less stuff.
Yesterday evening, startup incubator ATP Innovations announced a joint venture with Washington based incubator 1176, that will see Sydney participate as a host city for the Challenge Cup 2015.
Today in Sydney, venture capital firm Blackbird VC and startup accelerator program Startmate are holding an event called The Sunrise.
A global competition called Pitch will bring together major founders like Jack Dorsey (Twitter), Reed Hastings (Netflix), Elon Musk (PayPal, Tesla, Space X), Arianna Huffington (Huffington Post) and Niklas Zennström (Skype) to judge 200 of the world’s best startups.
As part of Startup Spring, Startup Daily decided to run a webcast event all around building a strong ecommerce business. This space has the potential to be a huge growth area for Australia and there certainly are many attempting to have a crack at building a business that makes its money online – however many fail, and do so quickly.
Startup Daily is fortunate to have a stellar line up of entrepreneurs who will partake in a one-hour educational panel chat, next Wednesday, September 10th.
Silicon Valley-based tech companies Prezi and Tilt have teamed up to offer two university students the chance to hang out with tech luminaries in San Francisco next year, with all flight and accommodation costs paid for.
This year, over 220 people expressed interest in pitching at SydStart 2014. Eighty semi-finalists were chosen from that pool – each of whom have ventures focusing on scalable, productised web and mobile technology, as well as tech startups that are in big markets. The finalists took part in four rounds of screening at the ASX, and each semi-finalist was scored by multiple judges according to five judging criteria. The top 10 were chosen to pitch on the main stage.
Matt Jones decided to launch what he hopes will become a national event – and perhaps even a movement. The Modern Tradie Workshop will kick off on the 5th of September in Sydney, and is aimed at empowering tradies so that they can experience the full benefits of technology.
Aaron Wallace, Operations Director of Nudge Accounting, and Sean Moynihan, Federal Government specialist at PwC, will be presenting this MAP Master Class!
The Coder Factory, a Sydney-based Ruby on Rails coding school, has partnered with Adelaide coworking community Majoran Distillery to host the Beginner Coder Weekend Workshop.