While there’s no end of productivity tools out there, approaching the problem with a new techie solution is Sydney startup TimeChi, founded by Sean Greenhalgh and James Virtue.
Investing in the right technology can help set up your startup for success, but deciding what to buy can often seem daunting. It can be easy to get bogged down by prices and specs, but it’s worth taking the time to get it right; after all, high performing devices can mean the difference between rapid… Read more »
Once upon a time, keeping data secure meant locked cabinets, code words, and paper shredders; the number of ways which you could access something was limited by how many physical copies there were and this made it easier to control. The birth of the internet opened up a wealth of opportunity for knowledge sharing and… Read more »
As smartphones and wearable tech become the new norm and we forget life before tech, Australia’s startups are leveraging existing technology to create innovative solutions for both our social and working lives. From hardware to software, new innovations are helping reinvigorate and digitise sectors as diverse as medicine, hospitality, mining, and agriculture. In Victoria, healthtech startup… Read more »
With the Australian Government introducing the Notifiable Data Breach scheme and penalties for businesses who do not disclose breaches earlier this year, cyber security is becoming a major focus for organisations big and small. A hacker was charged after infiltrating Australian car sharing service GoGet earlier this year, and with a special task force and Minister dedicated to cyber… Read more »
New Zealand’s Lightning Lab is launching an accelerator programme focused on hardware and product startups
New Zealand based digital accelerator Lightning Lab has officially opened for applications for its new Lightning Lab Manufacturing accelerator which run from August till October this year in Wellington.
Making the step from prototyping to manufacturing is still the most challenging part for any hardware startup. There are a million things you can do wrong during this phase. [Source: Medium.com]
Yesterday afternoon the company announced it has closed a further follow on round, with Australia’s Blackbird Ventures joining the LIFX family.
In 2012, Zach Kitschke (now head of comms at Canva) penned a great article on the From Little Things blog called THE HARDWARE RENAISSANCE: IS IT HITTING AUSSIE SHORES? – in the past two years, I would say it’s safe to say that statement was pretty true and that we have some brilliant entrepreneurs in this country conceptualising and building some of the most amazing hardware products the world has ever seen.