The Techstars Adelaide Accelerator Program will help startups develop and commercialise technologies applicable to the defence and security industries.
SurveyMonkey will be phasing out its Australian sales team as it continues the global transition of its market research product Audience to self-serve.
Canva has announced today the introduction of new productivity tools that will allow users to visualise, embed and host data.
Microsoft has announced today that Steven Worrall will step into the role of Australian Managing Director for the company.
Melbourne startup Sports Performance Tracking is looking to bring elite-level technology and analytics to the amateur market.
AirTree Ventures has participated in a US$33.5 million investment round for US data startup Paxata. Australia’s largest venture capital firm has joined Intel Capital, Microsoft Ventures and Cisco Investments among others in Paxata’s fourth round of investment.
Brisbane startup Gruntify has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Duserve, the facilities management arm of the Dubai Government.
Brisbane startup Panalitix is an online community helping accountants better manage their businesses
Queensland startup Panalitix is a digital membership community for accounts worldwide, connecting them with tools and information to help them better manage their own businesses and in turn, those of their clients.
The idea for BuiltWith came in 2007, when Gary Brewer was visiting a lot of random sites, looking at their source code and discovering what platforms they were built with. He was researching elements like the writing of code on the site by viewing the source, seeing if they were made in PHP or if the company was using Windows and similar information in that arena.
After being screwed over by developers and losing $500,000, Where4Events is on track to becoming Australia’s largest event aggregator
Caroline Woodhouse’s transition from office manager at a dead-end chiropractic clinic to tech entrepreneur has been rockier than anticipated. Like many non-technical founders, she decided to outsource the development of Where4Events, an event aggregation app, only to end up in a messy court battle, costing her $500,000.
Even the most well-intentioned business can get sucked into a ‘quick fix’ by someone offering a ‘shortcut to success’ via email lists. It’s not that they want to cheat, but growth is slower than they anticipated.