The University of Western Australia, Innovation Cluster, and Perth startup studio Atomic Sky have launched a new program to help post-graduate students and researchers develop entrepreneurial skills and commercialise their work.
Perth startup studio Atomic Sky has launched a three month program to help entrepreneurs at the helm of early stage startups find investment. The Fusion Founder Program will be running for three months three times a year, looking to address the unique challenges West Australian startups face when looking for investment.
Perth-based startup incubator and accelerator, Atomic Sky, recently announced that is has raised a second round of financing from a high profile local investor. Andy Lamb, Co-Founder of Atomic Sky, told Startup Daily that it was a “significant six-figure sum”, but remained tight lipped about who the investor is.
Video Cha Cha is a video production service that focuses on the small business and startup market. Although a company with the same name, can be found doing the same thing can also be found in Hong Kong, the Australian business cofounded and managed by Nanda Duijndam and based in Perth is a separate company in all respects sharing only the name and IP / technology.