Peer-to-peer car sharing network Car Next Door has raised $2 million in a funding round led by Hyundai, with participation from existing backer Caltex.
Coca-Cola Amatil has partnered with BlueChilli to launch the Xcelerate accelerator as it looks to identify opportunities to grow outside its core business.
Westpac has partnered with Melbourne fintech company Assembly Payments to launch Presto, a payments solution for small businesses, to its business customers.
Bank of Queensland and Brisbane coworking community River City Labs have made their relationship official, announcing a two year corporate partnership.
Alan Jones, advisor at BlueChilli and prolific angel investor, has joined KPMG Australia’s High Growth Ventures practice, taking up the role of Entrepreneur in Residence.
We sat down with Petra Stirling of Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers to talk corporate innovation, ‘technolegals’, and the firm’s work with law startup LegalVision.
“I promised myself I’d never do something half arsed…the decision was already made in my mind that if I was going to do something, I’d do it full time.”
In this episode we explore innovation in the real estate industry.
The plan for the hub, to be based at the Locomotive Workshop at ATP, comes almost two years after Mirvac won the bid to develop the ATP site.
According to the Australia’s Health 2016 report, Australia’s health expenditure hit $155 billion in 2013-14, or 9.8 percent of the country’s GDP; this was up from $150 billion in 2012-13, and almost $95 billion, adjusted for inflation, in 2003-04. This spend is due to a population that is both growing and ageing, with advancements in […]
MEETIG8’s online job marketplace provides a simplistic and cheap way for companies to hire freelance risk compliance and audit professionals.
Sydney startup Secure Code Warrior has developed an online platform to help train programmers in cybersecurity through a gamified testing process.
Work Club is a “lifestyle” coworking space offers startups of an opportunity to extend beyond their comfort zone and branch towards innovating new ideas.
It is fair to say that 2016 has been the biggest year yet for the Australian startup community – but there is a lot to come in 2017.