The University of Sydney has received $1.5 million in funding from the NSW Government’s Boosting Business Innovation Program to run two online courses to help businesses with digital transformation.
Brighte has announced the close of a $4 million Series A round led by Grok Ventures, with the funds to be used to further build out the Brighte platform.
Trimph is a biomedical startup working to commercialise a range of medical technologies using their patented polymer platform.
The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship has opened its doors this week, kicking off its first pilot course to educate students.
The NSW Government has announced a new $26 million fund to support research organisations working to develop the first commercialised quantum computer.
Sydney startup HealthMatch connects patients to registered clinical trials through an app backed by machine learning and a search algorithm.
Finch is aiming to take millennials on a journey from splitting bills to giving them financial insights by reading into their expenditure habits.
Sydney-based startup Intersective has developed Practera, an online system allowing educators to create experiential learning programs online.
Qnect Technologies has had its customer data stolen, with the hackers threatening to publish the information online unless the business paid out bitcoins.
Guardian Data Software has announced a partnership with BuddingTech that will see the organisation utilise their analytical engine and achieve new research.
Cicada Innovations has announced Macquarie Bank as a partner in its 2017 Industry Engagement Program, which looks to facilitate collaboration.
GoRepp works through using “brand ambassadors” to promote a startup’s offerings using social media, email, word of mouth, even fliers.
Students from the USyd, UNSW, and Griffith University are preparing to pitch on the world stage after taking part in the Hult Prize campus competitions.
The University of Sydney’s on-campus accelerator program Incubate, has announced it has received $1 million in funding from the University, to be provided over five years.
DISRUPT.SYDNEY, an annual tech conference held by the Digital Disruption Research Group (DDRG) and the Balanced Enterprise Research Network at the University of Sydney’s Business School, wants to show off the positive possibilities of disruption in everyday life and business with this year’s theme of “disruption for good.”