Brisbane electric vehicle charging startup EVOS Energy is one of 35 exporters backed with funding and support from Trade and Investment Queensland’s Go Global Export Program. EVOS Energy is taking its Australian-made EV home chargers and fleet energy management to the world with a little help from the Queensland Government. The sixth round of Trade… Read more »
Pioneering a more ethical approach to clinical trials on animals and humans, Brisbane-based biotech startup Gelomics is having a life-changing impact in more than 21 countries. Being a part of Trade & Investment Queensland’s Go Global Export Program has been instrumental to their exporting success. When we hear about clinical trials, it’s often about the results of… Read more »
“It’s the talent, it’s the lifestyle”: Clipchamp founder on why Brisbane is hot for startups right now
The Sydney and Melbourne tech ecosystems may not like to hear it, but Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley may well be the new Silicon Valley. With Advance Queensland and its partners investing $1.7 billion into Queensland’s innovation future, and Brisbane birthing its first unicorn, learning software platform GO1, in 2021, the Brisbane buzz is only getting louder.… Read more »
The Commonwealth Bank has launched its third technology hub around Australia this year, teaming up with Queensland educators to set up shop in Brisbane’s CBD. CBA has partnered with The University of Queensland (UQ), Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and TAFE Queensland, to offer students and graduates the chance to join CBA’s Tech Associates and… Read more »
A Brisbane startup following in the footsteps of electric vehicles (EV) charging unicorn Tritium has raised a $1.7 million seed round. EVOS was founded by three former Tritium employees. That fellow Brisbane venture is set to list on the US NASDAQ via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC). The new startup is focused on fleet energy… Read more »
A Brisbane startup that wants to get kids moving has been backed by CMO Software founder James Cotton
Moovosity, a tech startup focused on physical education and movement software for children, is hoping to launch in schools across Australia after scoring $300,000 in seed funding from CMO Software founder James Cotton’s VC fund Uluwatu Capital. Cotton is a co-founder in the Brisbane-based, Moovosity, alongside Scott Jenson and Mal Mizen. The trio set up… Read more »
It’s a startup with the potential to turn into unicorn, according to one of the country’s highest profile investors, Steve Baxter, who’s just led a $1 million seed round in Brisbane video platform Clipchamp, with the former Shark Tank shark declaring it “Canva for video”. Canva, the Sydney graphic design startup founded by Mel Perkins… Read more »
Mobile workforce management startup Skedulo has raised $40 million (US$28 million) in a Series B round led by Microsoft’s venture capital arm M12.
WeWork has continued its Australian expansion, today officially opening its first Brisbane location, with the likes of Deliveroo and Zomato already moved in.
New Zealand startup Parkable, which enables drivers to find and pay for a parking spot via an app, has acquired Brisbane outfit Park Genie.
MyMedKit was founded with the aim of simpiifying healthcare. As founder Joe Zhou put it, “People should be able to access medicines while sick at home with a touch of a button.”
After a career as a public servant, Katrina Donaghy was inspired by the possibilities of blockchain to ameliorate at least some facets of the bureaucracy.
Arkose Labs, a fraud and abuse prevention startup, has secured a strategic investment from PayPal.
Brisbane’s Audeara has created a full-fidelity headphone that is revolutionising the market by providing a completely personalised listening experience.
How Brisbane coworking community River City Labs is getting members to think about their personal style
Paying attention and putting effort into the way you look can be positive for your self esteem and confidence, says River City Labs’ Kim Trinh.