Launched with a co-foundry model in Adelaide is Moonshine Lab; it was originally the venture arm of digital advertising agency The Distillery, helping people build their projects outside of the standard agency model
Tom Hajdu has been appointed SA’s first Chief Advisor on Innovation, where he will work to lead local collaboration and attract startup talent to the state.
Victorian startup Outcome.Life has today launched a new hub designed for Melbourne’s international students with new business ideas dubbed Outcome-Hub.
Cicada Innovations has announced Macquarie Bank as a partner in its 2017 Industry Engagement Program, which looks to facilitate collaboration.
SproutX has partnered with NXTP Labs to launch Agtech Passport, an exchange program that will aim to help agtechs gain international exposure.
The University of Queensland has this week opened its Idea Hub, a coworking space designed to help entrepreneurial students grow their early-stage ideas.
Blue River Group to develop educational commercial farm and agricultural innovation hub in Wagga Wagga
Blue River Group has announced Project Bridge, which will see the development of an educational dairy farm and an agricultural tech hub in Wagga Wagga.
Plus Eight has announced that former Dropbox advisor Tim Brewer will be joining the program as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
GoRepp works through using “brand ambassadors” to promote a startup’s offerings using social media, email, word of mouth, even fliers.
Australian edutech accelerator EduGrowth has announced the five startups that will be participating in its first full-time accelerator program.
The NSW government has announced the inaugural board for the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship, which will be chaired by former Professor Mark Wainwright.
Startup incubator Pollenizer has partnered with CRDC and FRDC to host Rural.XO microhacks, a series of regional workshops.
Wagga Wagga coworking space Working Spaces HQ has announced the second cohort taking part in Incubate @ 35 degrees, its regional incubator program.
More than two years after it was announced, the $10 million iAccelerate Seed Fund at the University of Wollongong (UoW) is open for business.