Bridge Hub has announced that six agri and food tech founders from Australia have been selected for intensive program in Israel to further their growth and global visibility. Supported by Bridge Hub and Austrade, the Agri and Food Tech Founders Israel Bootcamp includes participants from across Australia with a variety of innovative startups.
For ScalaMed, the journey to helping patients manage their health simply and conveniently, on the go, starts with medication management
NSW Government reveals lineup of fintech and cybersecurity startups participating in Tel Aviv bootcamp
The NSW Government has revealed the cybersecurity and fintech startups heading to the Tel Aviv Austrade Landing Pad for a 10 day bootcamp.
The NSW Government has announced that it’s opened applications for ‘Israel Calling’, a Tel Aviv bootcamp targeting fintech and cybersecurity startups.
Elsight has developed the ‘Multichannel’, a portable communications system which is able to send and receive encrypted data from any point in the world.
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.
Everything IoT has announced the 11 startups chosen to pitch their ideas at the annual Australian Summit this year. The winning startup will receive the opportunity to participate in the Everything IoT Global Leadership Summit in Tel Aviv next month.
The Australian Everything IoT Summit, now in its second year, will give successful startups the opportunity to present their IoT solutions at the global summit in Tel Aviv.
National Australian Bank (NAB) has announced its alliance with two global leading financial institutions- Israel’s Bank Leumi and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). The alliance will open up opportunities for NAB to tap into international innovation initiatives and insights, with a major focus on looking at blockchain technology.
The NSW Government is calling for the state’s fintech and cyber security startups to apply for a new intensive accelerator program to take place at the new Australian landing pad in Tel Aviv later this year.
As its third Sydney program kicks off, Telstra-backed accelerator muru-D has announced a new partnership with Tel Aviv-based accelerator The Junction. The partnership will see the two organisations work together to build a community network, giving both parties access to advisors, mentors, and investors.
I’m Murray Hurps. For the past 16 years, I’ve been running, supporting and researching startups, including running Fishburners, Australia’s largest startup space, and Startup Muster, the most comprehensive survey of the Australian startup ecosystem. My expectations were understandably high when I left Australia to tour Israel, the “Startup Nation”. [Source: LinkedIn Pulse]
Every driver thinks they’re perfect and that the problem lies with everybody else on the road. An Israeli startup is letting them prove it by providing a platform for them to share videos of bad drivers.
“Imagine you had a machine where you put in a dollar and five dollars come out, sometimes ten,” says Avi Hasson. “We have that machine and it’s called the Office of the Chief Scientist.” [Source: Forbes]
Founded by Ohad Frankfurt (CEO), Oz Katz (CTO), Shlomi Babluki (Chief Scientist) and Lior Degani (VP Business Development), personable.io provides companies with the power to send their users automated personalised notifications of products, based on their past behaviour.