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.
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 (QUT CEA) has today announced the five finalists that will be pitching for a place at the Creative Business Cup in Denmark. The finalists were chosen at this year’s Creative3 Pitch competition, which is one of Australia’s only events that connects creative technology entrepreneurs with investors.
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia has opened applications for the Creative3 Pitch event to startups seeking early stage funding. The pitch is Australia’s only event that connects creative entrepreneurs with angel investors.