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After a year as acting CEO, QUT Creative Enterprise Australia has made the role permanent for Mark Gustowski, this week announcing Gustowski as its new chief.
Some say you shouldn’t pitch your business until you’ve perfected your presentation – in reality you also need to gain experience if you want to improve.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia has made the decision to publicly release the term sheet CEA offers startups participating in its accelerator Collider.
Melbourne-founded digital greeting card startup Cardly has raised $230,000 in a seed funding round led by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA).
Prolific angel investor and BlueChilli advisor Alan Jones will next year join QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) as entrepreneur in residence for its creative tech accelerator, Collider.
Queensland startup Creatively Squared looks to ease the path to the perfect Instagram feed by connecting clients to visual content producers.
Just because the industry is still growing in Australia doesn’t mean that your startup can’t benefit from what creative tech has to offer.
The new Collider program will give 10 early stage creative tech startups $20,000 in seed funding in exchange for four percent equity.
ArtLife, an app that integrates into a smartphone camera and gallery settings to sort and organise photos by life event, took out the top prize at the QUT Creative Enterprise Australia creative tech Startup Weekend.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has announced the appointment of Paul Zahra, former CEO and managing director of David Jones, as its Global Creative Catalyst.
Brisbane’s Creative Tech Startup Weekend event, held at the Queensland University of Technology’s coworking space this past weekend, saw the development of a number of sharing apps that take look to advantage of Australia’s sharing economy, with event organisers QUT Creative Enterprise (CEA) naming musical instrument swapping app Shario as the winner of the competition.