ASX-listed creative marketplace Redbubble is set to acquire US-based competitor TeePublic for $57.7 million to further expand its global footprint.
The Victorian Government has launched Foundry658, a program geared towards growing the state’s “creative and cultural” businesses.
Cavalry’s cofounders felt there was a gap in the market when it comes to finding quality freelancers to support digital and advertising agencies.
As well as 150 desks and meeting areas, The Studio will give residents access to broadcast studios, including green screen, sound, augmented and virtual reality facilities, as well as events and programs.
Melbourne-founded digital greeting card startup Cardly has raised $230,000 in a seed funding round led by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA).
Alan Jones joins QUT Creative Enterprise Australia as Entrepreneur in Residence for Collider accelerator
Prolific angel investor and BlueChilli advisor Alan Jones will next year join QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) as entrepreneur in residence for its creative tech accelerator, Collider.
Hutong (Ad)Ventures provides listeners with Chinese market wisdom from investors, founders, and operators who are sharing their real experiences.
Just because the industry is still growing in Australia doesn’t mean that your startup can’t benefit from what creative tech has to offer.
Full of Content is an online content creation service which allows clients to choose their own team, hours they work and view the total cost.
The new Collider program will give 10 early stage creative tech startups $20,000 in seed funding in exchange for four percent equity.
ArtLife, an app that integrates into a smartphone camera and gallery settings to sort and organise photos by life event, took out the top prize at the QUT Creative Enterprise Australia creative tech Startup Weekend.
Pause Festival 2017 looks to ignite conversations across creative, tech and businesses industries and has divided the three-day event into each theme. While each day is focused on a specific theme, Pause is all about sharing and cross-pollinating ideas and showing its attendees how industries come together and push one another to innovate.
Last night, founder of The Entourage, Jack Delosa dropped a complete 10 track album under the rap moniker “Cavelli” titled Make Believe. The name Cavelli, comes from a 1930’s film, in which a street performer (Cavelli) wore a mask and nobody knew his real identity.