China Money Network cofounder Nina Xiang will be sharing her in-depth insights into Chinese tech as part of this year’s Visiting Entrepreneur Program (VEP).
How Silicon Valley giant Udacity turned its business on its head to adapt its product for the Chinese market
Robert Hsiung will be sharing his experiences with Udacity with the Sydney startup community as part of this year’s Visiting Entrepreneur Program (VEP).
The City of Sydney has partnered with Investible to run a Retail Innovation Program, an accelerator program aimed at helping traditional bricks and mortar retailers get online.
The Global Sydney Landing Pad Program will be developed and coordinated by Haymarket HQ, Australia’s only Asia-focused innovation hub, supporting businesses looking to expand and invest into Sydney.
Despite the skepticism before being converted to the wonders of cycling in Singapore, Mina Nada firmly believes bike sharing can come to make up a key piece of Sydney’s transport infrastructure.
Jager McConnell is the CEO of Crunchbase, the leading platform used by millions of entrepreneurs and investors looking to discover innovative companies and the people behind them. Jager joined Crunchbase after it spun out from AOL, a move that was announced at TechCrunch Disrupt in 2015. Prior to joining Crunchbase, Jager spent 11 years at… Read more »
Why Silicon Valley veteran Marcus Segal is heading to Sydney to share his insights with local founders
Ask any startup founder how important it is to have successful entrepreneurs and tech veterans around them to share their insights and experiences, and they will tell you it’s crucial. When it comes to mentors who have a wealth of insights to share, it’s hard to go past Marcus Segal, who Sydney entrepreneurs will get… Read more »
Sydney can go head to head with any international city when it comes to lifestyle, culture, education, and a whole host of other features, given it’s regularly ranked in the top 10 of the World’s Most Liveable Cities index. Of course, it’s also home to a couple of globally recognised icons that also do their… Read more »
The City of Melbourne has today released its Startup Action Plan, a series of recommendations aimed at bolstering Melbourne’s startup scene.
Fixit helps users communicate problems to authorities – whether it’s citizens reporting issues to their local council, or staff reporting a malfunctioning printer to IT – to get them fixed.
At the first sitting of the newly formed City of Sydney Council on Monday night, a motion was passed that will allow regional communities throughout New South Wales to benefit from a knowledge sharing initiative when it comes to tech startups.
Polls are now closed. It was a massive learning experience. Here are some final thoughts – no mincing of words
At the time of writing this post, a little over 60 percent of the votes have been counted and current Lord Mayor Clover Moore has officially won a fourth term to lead the City of Sydney council.
The Lord Mayoral candidates in the upcoming City of Sydney election have put startup policies front and centre, talking up their vision for Sydney to become a global tech leader.
TechSydney, the not-for-profit organisation launched by the who’s who of Sydney’s startup scene in May, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help “put the brakes” on Sydney’s slide down the global startup ecosystem rankings and kickstart its membership drive.