Second Squared business partners Lui Pangiarellia and Ak Sabbagh Nothing is of more importance to a successful business than working with the right people. When it comes to partnerships, that’s even more crucial. The person you work with can make or break your business, your prosperity, and by extension, your wellbeing. So, the stakes… Read more »
Libby and David Koch – partners in life and business. Plenty of startups have co-founders who bring different skills to the business. Sometimes it’s “sweat equity” – the sheer hard work required in the business to succeed, without pay, and for others, it’s the capital needed to get the business up and running: cash,… Read more »
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We chat to inkl’s Gautaum Mishra. Inkl is a digital marketplace that unlocks the world’s biggest news publishers, a bit like a Spotify for news.
NBN Co has announced partnerships with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney focused on research and development (R&D).
Qantas has partnered with Uber to allow passengers to book rides to and from Australian airports and tally Frequent Flyer points along the way.
York Butter Factory forms series of global partnerships to help local startups expand internationally
Melbourne coworking space York Butter Factory has announced a new series of global partnerships aimed at helping residents expand internationally.
Blockchain Centre, a Melbourne coworking space looking to help foster the development blockchain startup community in Australia, has announced a partnership with IBM to develop a new program for local developers and startups.
Fashiontech startup Mon Purse has today announced its expansion into the UK, coming through a concession partnership with department store Selfridges.
Melbourne digital publishing startup Tablo has this week announced a partnership with the State Library of Victoria to launch Tablo Communities.
With providers looking for any edge in the commerce space, end-to-end platform Neto has partnered with delivery startup Sendle, integrating Sendle as the default delivery provider for Australian stores set up through Neto.