Alibaba has announced a new alliance with twenty other large brands to combat fake goods, the aptly named Alibaba Big Data Anti-Counterfeiting Alliance.
Sinorbis is an online cloud marketing platform that develops and markets Western content for Chinese audience.
Melbourne startup Cardly allows consumers to digitally handwrite and doodle on independent greeting cards
As a way to give these artists a space to work in and sell, Gaskin created an online greeting card platform called Cardly. The Melbourne startup provides a space for independent artist to sell handmade cards and consumers to digitally personalise them.
Edrolo works with teachers to create curriculum-based video resources for senior high school students
Edrolo is a digital resource that helps teachers adopt technology in a meaningful way to boost engagement in the classroom.
Melbourne startup iBuildNew is an online portal where home buyers can source and compare thousands of home designs. It allows consumers to search a range of designs and builders and then compare the metrics of the home including the price, size, dimensions and additional designs.
Sydney’s latest tech event Daze of Disruption was not my kind of circus, but it highlighted a bigger industry problem
Unfortunately, Daze of Disruption does not make a good case for itself. After the long series of keynotes and panels, it was hard to determine whether we were meant to feel threatened, encouraged, or any sense of urgency around this mystical “disruption”.
A transition from plastic to digital licensing will take place over the next four years in NSW if the Coalition government is re-elected. All licences would go digital over the next four years, says Minister for Finance & Services Dominic Perrottet. [Source: ComputerWorld]
Mentors are critical to the success of building our eco-system and if you talk to any startup founder, they play a very integrated role in the growth and journey within a new business owners life.
Nothing quite beats a great piece of written or video content. There is a lot of information to sift through out there on the internet; and when it it comes to blogging in the startup space, you could literally go through every company we have covered on this site and find a blog section for their company on their websites.
On Tuesday this week, Geepe.rs, the startup changing the way we view and use geo-location around the world held the finals of its pitching competition at Sydney’s ATP Innovations.
News Corp announced today formal sponsorship of startup community Fishburners displaying their commitment and interest in the current Australian startup and digital space.
At the start of the month, Australian startup Payonix Technologies launched the sales of the first high-performance, easy-to-use Bitcoin mining hardware. The company’s in-house designed ONIX Series ASIC mining rigs have been pre-sold out – a strong indicator that cryptocurrency is well on its way to becoming mainstream.
Yesterday the office of Senator Stephen Conroy issued a joint press release along with Minister Greg Combet and Assistant Treasurer David Bradbury announcing two reviews that they have said will be to support Australia’s growing industry of digital innovation.
A community whisperer for The Huffington Post, Al Jazeera, foursquare and the BBC, a founding member of Apple Multimedia Lab, the CEO of China’s most successful mobile advertising and search platforms, and one of Creativity magazine’s “most creative and influential minds” will converge on Sydney for X Media Lab’s KR8V Masterclass Series: Creative Leadership Edition.