Murray Hurps is returning to Harris St, with UTS announcing the appointment of the former Fishburners CEO to the new role of Director of Entrepreneurship.
NBN Co has announced partnerships with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney focused on research and development (R&D).
Tuty is an online tutoring marketplace offering online lessons for university students and “Tuty Points”, a loyalty program helping students save.
The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship has opened its doors this week, kicking off its first pilot course to educate students.
RMIT University has announced the launch of RMIT Activator City Hub, a new space to support the university members with innovative ideas and programs.
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.
Pam is at heart a sign management application accessed through the cloud, specialised for design companies creating sign layouts for clients.
Cicada Innovations has announced Macquarie Bank as a partner in its 2017 Industry Engagement Program, which looks to facilitate collaboration.
The government has announced funding of $151.5 million to develop four CRC’s dealing with food, agtech and transport for research and innovation.
The EnergyLab accelerator has been developed with Climate-KIC Australia to help four startups with new products or services become market-ready.
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.
Fixit helps users communicate problems to authorities – whether it’s citizens reporting issues to their local council, or staff reporting a malfunctioning printer to IT – to get them fixed.
The Presumi platform allows users to create and send out a trackable job application and resume, and helps them manage each application from start to finish.
Angus Taylor, Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation, and Ed Husic, Labor’s digital innovation and startups spokesman, took part in election 2016’s first ministerial debate on innovation and digital transformation.