Jugglr is an app helping stay-at-home mothers connect with others in their local area and offer each other their professional services.
Edutech startup Quizling has been selected to take part in the SxSWedu Launch competition, the only Australian startup set to pitch at this year’s event.
Students from the USyd, UNSW, and Griffith University are preparing to pitch on the world stage after taking part in the Hult Prize campus competitions.
UK’s gamified pitching event, Startup Games, is coming to Sydney on February 28 to uncover the most outstanding startups across Australia.
Melbourne startup AgriWebb was yesterday awarded top prize at Tech23’s startup competition in Sydney. The agritech startup received the People’s Choice Award, along with the $5,000 Digital Disruption Award, making it the most celebrated startup of the competition.
Melbourne community space Level 3 launches B2B pitch nights to help startups secure enterprise customers
From the way the startup landscape is often portrayed in the media, what startups covet above all else is funding. That may be true for some, but any investor will likely tell you that the smarter ones are after customers. Customers, however, can often be harder to come by than investors. Melbourne company Versent, which… Read more »
Tech23 has announced the companies that will be pitching at its seventh annual event, which is set to showcase aspiring tech companies and celebrate Australia’s leading R&D organisations.
The latest company to enter the startup space by way of a business building competition is Nescafé, which is calling for entries to its Headstart pitching competition.
Brisbane coworking space River City Labs is calling for startups Australia-wide to apply to pitch at its RiverPitch investment event.
PItching season in Sydney comes around just like hunting season. But instead of Elmer Fudd with a shotgun, we have eager founders with powerpoint decks. Pitching season is the engine of our growing startup ecosystem – it injects money into growing businesses, it propels good ideas forward and showcases the best our local founders have to offer.
At last year’s Small Teams, Big Impact competition, there was a balanced mix of talent and disaster. Some startups excelled in their pitches, others were cringe-worthy. The Rackspace Small Teams Big Impact competition had everything you would see on X Factor Australia, minus the make-up and overwhelming stench of desperation. It was a competition of ideas. And it’s about to happen all over again.
It’s been two months since we invited our readers to take up the Geepers Challenge, and the inaugural competition has almost reached its conclusion. During October, 17 ideas were submitted to Geepers, via the competition website, for new location-based services that could be “powered by Geepers” and introduced to the market in early 2014.