Bridge Hub has announced that six agri and food tech founders from Australia have been selected for intensive program in Israel to further their growth and global visibility. Supported by Bridge Hub and Austrade, the Agri and Food Tech Founders Israel Bootcamp includes participants from across Australia with a variety of innovative startups.
Founded in 2016, designer dress lending platform Designerex has grown to 12,000 listed items and embarked upon expansion in the US.
List Co wants to help early-stage entrepreneurs do their own PR through access to up-to-date media lists
It can be hard to know which publications are covering your industry, and then find the right media contact to get in touch with; List Co aims to help.
Founders have used landing pads to springboard their startups into the US, including KoalaSafe, Event Workforce Group, Indee Labs, Gym Sales & Open Cities.
NSW Government reveals lineup of fintech and cybersecurity startups participating in Tel Aviv bootcamp
The NSW Government has revealed the cybersecurity and fintech startups heading to the Tel Aviv Austrade Landing Pad for a 10 day bootcamp.
The NSW Government has announced that it’s opened applications for ‘Israel Calling’, a Tel Aviv bootcamp targeting fintech and cybersecurity startups.
SproutX has partnered with NXTP Labs to launch Agtech Passport, an exchange program that will aim to help agtechs gain international exposure.
Arguably the most important facet of the experience was the collaboration and friendships that were made from working alongside other Aussie founders.
After months of expanding its dealings in Australia, Alibaba Group this weekend officially opened its Australian and New Zealand headquarters in Melbourne, with the local office to be headed up by Maggie Zhou.
Victorian event staff rostering and management startup Rosterfy has announced a rebrand as it gears up to open an office in the United States after signing on clients including the 2018 Super Bowl, the Aspen Ski World Cup, and the City of Minneapolis
NSW Government has announced the first eight fintech startups to enter the Tel Aviv landing pad. The landing pad is one of five that has been commissioned by the NSW Government the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) and will help foster a link between the Australian and Israeli innovation ecosystems.
The first of the Government’s five global landing pads for Australian startups has officially opened for business, with a number of startups settling into the San Francisco space this week.