Corporate accelerator Slingshot has today launched CoVentured, a platform looking to facilitate engagement between startups and corporates.
The University of Newcastle’s inaugural Hunter Innovation Festival will showcase regional startup success stories and discuss women in tech.
HR Tech, the human resources & recruitment accelerator program run by Slingshot, has revealed its first cohort, with 5 startups & 7 scaleups taking part.
From a standing start a decade ago, Australia’s Startup landscape has grown exponentially over the last few years; there are more resources devoted to helping new Startups get off the ground than ever before, with coworking spaces, incubators, and accelerators aplenty, targeting every niche imaginable. On the surface, it may seem like all these efforts… Read more »
Qantas has partnered with Slingshot to launch the AVRO Accelerator, a program aimed at commercialising innovative ideas within the travel sector.
Corporate accelerator Slingshot is set to establish itself in Queensland, gaining the state government’s support to launch programs in Brisbane and Cairns.
Slingshot has announced that Hudson and Seek have joined its HR-focused accelerator Human Capital as corporate partners, with the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) also supporting the program.
Slingshot has opened applications for its second HCF Catalyst accelerator program, looking to find healthtech startups working to improve the healthcare sector in some way.
Corporate accelerator Slingshot has announced that it has acquired Melbourne-based accelerator program AngelCube for an undisclosed sum. The acquisition will see Slingshot run at least three programs a year in Victoria from its Melbourne base at Inspire9.
Australia’s first foodtech accelerator program Simplot Ignite has announced the eight food tech businesses it will be backing to innovate the future of food.
Slingshot has today announced the startups taking part in its first HCF Catalyst accelerator, a program focused on innovation in the health tech sector.
Sydney healthtech startup CancerAid aims to improve cancer care by helping patients track their treatment
Whether you’re in for a broken arm or surgery, being in hospital is often scary. For people with cancer – and their families – the endless parade of doctors and treatments can be downright terrifying. There are countless, often time-sensitive decisions to be made and wading through all the medical terminology to understand all the options is difficult.
A lot of chronic diseases require regular monitoring. This often means regular blood tests that are time consuming, uncomfortable, and require a follow up visit with a physical doctor afterwards. Australian startup My Health Test is looking to change that with its direct consumer technology service that allows users to monitor their conditions with at-home health kits.
Just a few weeks after Slingshot announced the launch of a HealthTech accelerator in partnership with HCF, the organisation has partnered with food manufacturer Simplot Australia, the company behind brands such as Lean Cuisine and Bird’s Eye, to launch Simplot Ignite, Australia’s first FoodTech accelerator program for startups and scale-ups.