GoRepp works through using “brand ambassadors” to promote a startup’s offerings using social media, email, word of mouth, even fliers.
Wagga Wagga coworking space Working Spaces HQ has announced the second cohort taking part in Incubate @ 35 degrees, its regional incubator program.
Predominantly aimed at LGBTQI users, Winkd is a dating app looking to bring the act of meeting someone back to its roots.
University of Sydney provides on-campus accelerator program Incubate with $1 million in financial support
The University of Sydney’s on-campus accelerator program Incubate, has announced it has received $1 million in funding from the University, to be provided over five years.
EduTech startup Fluid Education has been named the winner of the sixth INCUBATE accelerator intake at the University of Sydney, awarded the Lenovo Choice award by INCUBATE’s technology partner Lenovo.
INCUBATE, a University-based accelerator programme founded in 2012, has revealed its latest cohort of startups and its new partnership with Lenovo. As part of the partnership, Lenovo is supplying the technology support for all the startups participating in the programme.
The University of Sydney’s Incubate accelerator program has called for startups to apply for its Winter 2015 intake.
Sydney startup PodPlants is tackling gardening problems as it looks to transform urban design and solve the issue of sustainability through vertical garden units.
Back in 2013 when Mahesh Muralidhar launched his startup Ureferjobs the potential the business had to change the approach companies have towards recruitment was evident.
Since graduating from last season’s INCUBATE class, it seems that ‘goal achievement’ startup, Promise or Pay, has undergone a bit of a face-lift. This is hardly uncommon for a startup going through an incubator program, but in this particular case, UI is critical to the success of this startup as it now has three other really strong contenders to compete with in the 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.
TheBestDay, the startup that was part of the original INCUBATE program out of Sydney Uni, who also happened to close a $1 million funding round, have just launched new versions of all their assets both online and via a new smartphone play.
Google and INCUBATE just announced they will collaborating to expand INCUBATE’s entrepreneur development program to universities across Australia, demonstrating their commitment to investing in the future of Australian innovation.