StartCon has partnered with Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital to launch pitching competition Pitch for $1 million across Asia-Pacific, with the winner to be receive $1 million in funding.
Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital has participated in a US$3.1 million Series A round for Singapore cybersecurity startup Horangi.
Vend has announced the appointment of former Yelp director Dave Scheine as the company’s new country manager for Asia-Pacific.
According to predictions from Forrester Research, it is likely that today’s youngest workers will hold between 12 and 15 jobs over their lifetime, swapping everything from job type to sector several times over. For some in today’s digital age, this is driven by shifting demands and needs for certain skills in an industry, and as… Read more »
Dropbox has announced that Tony Ward, managing director of SurveyMonkey, will be taking over the mantle of the company’s ANZ Country Manager.
Talent has announced the opening of applications for its annual Talent Unleashed Awards, which look to uncover strong local entrepreneurial talent.
Online talent marketplace OneShift, founded by Gen George, has announced its acquisition by Perth-based recruitment company Programmed.
Global professional services company EY has announced the acquisition of Melbourne-based IAM software provider, Open Windows.
After nearly three years of service, Dropbox ANZ Country Manager Charlie Wood has departed from the company to launch his own startup, ‘CheckIn Safe’.
They’re our biggest trade customer and have a market economy worth more than AU$10 trillion, but China is no longer just interested in our trade. They’re interested in our startups.
Startup rating system Oddup has released its first reports on the state of Sydney and Melbourne’s startup ecosystems, with its key finding that Sydney has continued to dominate Australia’s startup and tech scene.
American customer relationship management (CRM) company Salesforce has today announced the appointment of Mark Innes as its general manager for the Asia Pacific.
Forbes.com writer Jason Lim launches Asia Recon, an initiative exposing Aussies to hidden opportunities across Asia
Co-founder of Technode and Koombah as well as Forbes.com contributor Jason Lim along with his business partner Mathew Benjamin are announcing this week an exclusive Asian startup focused event they are running called Asia Recon.
A new accelerator program that will run simultaneously in both Sydney and Hong Kong will have a focus on building revenue as a priority as opposed to raising capital.