Antler Australia held its first virtual Demo Day last week, live streamed from Sydney to more than 2000 people around the world after receiving nearly 3000 registrations. The global audience tuned in to hear from the 12 local tech startups launched within and funded by Antler. “Turning this into an online event in the wake… Read more »
It can be hard for women to find fashion that fits, especially when shopping online. From tall to short, pear- and hourglass-shaped bodies, and everything in between, millions of women struggle daily to find the right outfit. That’s the problem, Sarah Neill, founder and CEO of Mys Tyler, is aiming to solve. “I first thought… Read more »
How do you find the right dog? There are very few industries in the world yet to be digitised thanks to advancing and accessible technologies. One, however, which is yet to make the shift online, is buying a pet. RightPaw, which recently launched in early-stage VC accelerator Antler Australia’s program, with Antler also investing in… Read more »
Startmate’s highly anticipated Demo Day won’t be stopped by coronavirus and social distancing, and will go ahead this Wednesday, April 22, as an online stream, with 11 startups pitching for investment before a digital audience. The Startmate Demo Day Reimagined will be live and interactive with viewers able to ask questions and gain background information… Read more »
Energy Australia is set to conduct trials with three startups that graduated from the accelerator program it ran in conjunction with Startupbootcamp.
SparkLabs Groups has partnered with the NSW Government to launch Cultiv8, an accelerator targeting food and agtech startups.
Sydney based startup CrowdSourceHire is preparing to graduate from the muru-D program this month. Founded by Ben Liau and Desmond Hang and Raj Kumavat, CrowdSourceHire targets small and medium sized enterprises and allows these companies to hire the right people by assisting them with their pre-hire evaluations. The core focus is on the software and web developer space.
The Incubate Winter 2014 graduating class of startups pitched last night at a cavernous hall in the University of Sydney. The evening started with James Alexander, Founder and head of Incubate, making a bold statement: “We want to create entrepreneurial leaders.” Our industry could not be more ready for this new round of young, eager entrepreneurs.
The first class of Telstra’s incubator Muru-D will be presenting tonight in front of a jam packed theatre in Sydney. Watch all the action go down live as they conduct their first DEMO Evening.