News & Analysis
Girl Geek Academy has developed a series of workshops to get young girls coding together with a close woman in their life, whether it be their mother, aunt, grandparent, neighbour, or friend.
Square is continuing its push beyond the market stall, today launching a software development kit (SDK) to enable businesses to process payments through their own apps.
Startupbootcamp is expanding its Australian presence, launching a fintech accelerator program in Melbourne.
Sydney startup VAPAR, whose artificial intelligence technology is helping councils and utilities providers manage their stormwater and sewerage assets, has received a $25,000 MVP Grant from Jobs for NSW.
RMIT Online has again expanded its course offering through a partnership with an industry player, launching CRM Professional with Salesforce.
Sydney startup Baraja has closed out a US$32 million (almost $45 million) Series A funding round, raising funding from Sequoia China, Blackbird Ventures, and Main Sequence Ventures.
Giant Leap Fund invests in purpose-led companies working across the themes of sustainable living, health and wellbeing, and empowering people.
Coworking community Tank Stream Labs is gearing up to open a third Sydney space by the end of January, to be located by Barangaroo Reserve.
Digital bank Xinja has today received a restricted banking licence from the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).
Data61 has partnered with IAG and the University of Sydney to launch the Gradient Institute, which has been tasked with researching the ethics of AI.
Researchers from the University of Adelaide have conducted a study further demonstrating the validity of an app that can detect depression.
Australian fintech company Ignition Advice has partnered with Bank of Ireland to launch a digital advice platform for the bank’s customers.
The government’s announcement of a $3.6 million package to support the mental health of small business owners has been welcomed by the business community.
HubSpot is the latest company to move into the corporate venture capital space, building on its handful of investments with the launch of a dedicated US$30 million ($41.5 million) fund.
After almost six months in operation, the Australian Space Agency has secured a permanent home, with Adelaide winning the bid to host the organisation.