Smart Energy co-founders Beau Savage, Elliot Hayes & Jasper Boyschau When we started our solar company Smart Energy three years ago we had just enough money to sign a lease on a warehouse in Byron Bay and buy one pallet of solar panels. We needed every penny we could get so we saved money… Read more »
Adelaide’s reputation as a startup hotspot took a massive leap last month when the release of the StartupBlink Startup Ecosystem Rankings 2019 report revealed the South Australian capital had cracked to top 150 global cities for startups, rising from 227 on the list to 143. Australia overall jumped six places from 11 to 5th. It’s… Read more »
We doubled down for five months, and I thought I’d share how we got our app live under our $5,000 budget and the lessons we learned along the way.
No Yelling allows learner drivers to connect with instructors, book appointments and complete transactions through an app and online platform.
Training existing and new businesses with the knowledge to fly drones and apply them to their work is Perth drone training startup Global Drone Solutions.
There is one Aussie startup that has been creating change on a global scale for more than a decade and its got the numbers to back it up – 17 million database, 246,000 fans on Facebook and 1 million uniques a month.
The age old conundrum, you really want to leave that well paid corporate gig and create something your own from scratch. Sadly these types of adventures cost money – sometimes lots of money.
So you’ve come up with an idea and now you’re looking to raise capital? Before you approach investors, you might want to take this reality cheque. Entrepreneur and investor Martin Martinez spoke candidly with Shoe String about some of the misconceptions that have surfaced in the startup community about Australian investors; and made a compelling argument as to why bootstrapping is the best approach for startups.
Participants in this survey may be called upon to discuss their businesses with various forms of niche and mainstream media when the report is issued at the end of February 2013. Please be sure to fill in all the answers and be as descriptive as possible when needed, please note this survey is for startups that still own 100% of their equity and are registered businesses within Australia.