That Startup Show has launched a new library of stock photos specifically for use by startups and related projects in the local Australian ecosystem.
The Australian startup ecosystem has been the talk of the town since Malcolm Turnbull became Prime Minister and began focusing on tech and innovation as the way forward, but now it’s hitting the stratosphere – well, almost, with That Startup Show announcing that it has scored an inflight entertainment deal with Virgin Australia.
That Startup Show celebrated its Sydney launch last Friday with a popcorn-fuelled soiree hosted by BlueChilli. This was unlike any other industry event I have been to in the last year – there was no pitching, no sponsors to over-thank, no Powerpoint slides. Everyone was there to have a good time. And a good time we had!
The hunger for ‘entrepreneurial’ based subject matter has heightened in recent months as a number of networks prepare to launch new content to the market.
The long anticipated edit of “That Startup Show” Episode One, was dropped on the interwebs last night; and straight away hundreds of viewers made their way over to the YouTube channel to tune in for an hour of fun.
The Startup Show which announced it’s launch and 6 month schedule today aims to do just this. The show which will be shot in front of a live audience will be hosted by comedian and self confessed technology geek Dan Ilic.
The format of the show will take on a vibe similar to that of John Oliver’s last week tonight and other panel style talk shows where issues and topics surrounding the startup scene are discussed with a comedic undertone, something which Ilic based on his past portfolio of work is well primed to take the lead on.