Startup Daily thought the International Day of Happiness would be a good occasion to ask startup founders to reflect on what it is about their work that brings them happiness.
Organ-on-a-chip technology is being used to develop 3D models that allow researchers in South Australia to investigate the impact of radiotherapy on the body’s tissues.
With women making up just 22 percent of the games industry despite comprising almost 50 percent of players, Girl Geek Academy has partnered with Film Victoria to run the Games Career Incubator.
Given the shifting nature of work and office life, one could be forgiven for thinking that a company like Fuji Xerox, best known for printers, has gone the way of Blockbuster.
New Zealand startup Ambit, which helps clients create custom chatbots, has raised NZ$1.75 million ($1.7 million) as it looks to grow globally.
One of Australia’s largest equipment hire companies has partnered with Internet of Things space startup Fleet Space Technologies to track the location and performance of its gear anywhere at any time.
Startup coworking community Fishburners has launched a virtual membership program to allow remote founders to tap into its network of events, mentors, and online community.
ASIC has commenced civil penalty proceedings against GetSwift and its directors Bane Hunter and Joel Macdonald, alleging that the company made misleading announcements in relation to client agreements.
A mirror that can detect the symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases in the home is being developed in South Australia.
Law firm Herbert Smith Freehills has launched Innovation 10, a program allowing staff to spend up to 10 days per year working on innovation projects.
The cofounder of Fleet Space Technologies says the registration of one million devices in less than 24 hours to its low-cost satellite network shows the time is right for the Internet of Things.
Six retailers have begun their transition from traditional brick and mortar outlets to online brands at the Bricks & Clicks* sprint weekend at International Towers, Barangaroo.
Sydney-based venture capital fund Equity Venture Partners will be looking to invest in early-stage business-to-business (B2B) software companies.