With a population of over 327 million people, the largest economy in the world, and a market that is distinctly English-speaking, the United States is a lucrative market for Australian startups. However, it is not as simple as wanting to expand an Aussie company to America — there are a lot of inside… Read more »
The Australian government is offering researchers and businesses up to take their products global under round four of its Global Connections Fund (GCF) Bridging Grants. Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews said the grants are designed to strengthen international partnerships between small businesses and researchers. “Connecting small and medium enterprises with the research… Read more »
Thinking about international expansion can seem overwhelming and premature, but it could be crucial to the overall success of your startup.
Beyond opening a bank account, Melamed said the biggest challenge in setting Matchboard up in the UK was finding the right person to appoint as country manager.
The UK is a natural contender for an Australian business looking to go global, but there are a couple of key things to think about before making the move.
Now used by customers from regional Australia to the US and even New Caledonia, the Movus product is most easily explained as “a FitBit for machines”.
NSW Government partners with India to connect local startups to Indian tech and advanced manufacturing sectors
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced a partnership with India aimed at enabling collaboration between Indian industry and the NSW startup, tech, and advanced manufacturing sectors.
Redbubble, the online marketplace for creatives, has released its half year financial performance and confirmed its intention to raise $50 million through an ASX listing in June.
If you’re a technology company planning to expand globally, here are some tips on what to think about from a legal perspective early on.