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Autism support platform Rockmelon raises $3 million, customer communication startup Pendula raises $3.5 million
Sydney startup Rockmelon, which has created an education platform to help autistic children and their parents, has raised $3 million from angel investors to expand internationally.
Fifty-eight percent of Generation Z Australians – defined as those aged between 14 and 21 – want to start a business, compared to 53 percent of millennials, and 34 percent of gen X, a survey has found. The Reality Bytes report, commissioned by WP Engine and produced by the Center for Generational Kinetics, surveyed over… Read more »
Guy Kawasaki loves Australia; between the gun control, the fact we don’t have to show identification to take a domestic flight, and compulsory voting, he reckons it’s a pretty good place to be.
Whooshkaa has expanded its offering significantly since it first launched in January 2016, with chief technology officer Semin Nurkic talking Startup Daily through Whooshkaa’s growth at AWS re:Invent.
With more than a million data points transmitted between the cars and the pits during a Formula One race, the organisation behind the sport is working to leverage this wealth of data to better both the sport and the fan experience.
Your Money Your Life features a terrific program of seminars presented by a range of expert financial gurus plus a range of investment advisers and fund managers ready to talk to you personally and answer any questions.
Sunrise host and family business owner David Koch is on the hunt to find Australia’s Favourite Family Business.
Samsung is inspiring Australians to take the leap with Days of Note, a month-long series of tailored workshops and events championing productivity, innovation, and creativity.
“I believe that the world’s advertising creative can be generated by the consumers its designed to engage,” says Jules Lund, founder of Tribe.
The Startup Grind Conference is coming down under for the first time, with Melbourne set to host a two day event headlined by Guy Kawasaki in early December. Founded in Silicon Valley in 2010, Startup Grind is now active in more than 400 cities across 120 countries, supporting 1.5 million entrepreneurs. The Australian event is… Read more »