WLTH aims to put into the hands of the average Australian tech tools that have traditionally only been available to finance professionals.
South Australian SME Makers Empire will provide its 3D printing software and teaching packages to United Arab Emirates Ministry of Education.
Aiming to get travellers through the travel planning and booking process end to end is Melbourne-founded TRAVLR, created by husband and wife team Simon and Lani te Hennepe.
CompareVillages launched earlier this year with the aim of bringing transparency to the sector by helping consumers find and compare retirement villages.
Sitting at the corners of fan engagement, content and gamification, QuizJam gives clubs and organisations another channel to integrate a sponsor’s message into game-based campaigns.
Brisbane’s Audeara has created a full-fidelity headphone that is revolutionising the market by providing a completely personalised listening experience.
Coworking community The Commons has secured a strategic investment from Melbourne-based property development group Riverlee that will help it scale its operations from three locations to 15 over the next three years.
The Victorian Government’s startup body, LaunchVic has announced $1.37 million in funding for four organisations focused on supporting entrepreneurial activity among Indigenous Victorians. The four organisations receiving funding are Barayamal, Global Sisters, Ngarrimili, and Ngamai Moorroop Wili. Barayamal will use its funding to deliver a pre-accelerator and accelerator program for Aboriginal startups. The organisation stated… Read more »
Government and business must overcome short-term thinking if Australia is to prosper: Hostplus CIO Sam Sicilia
Having invested $900 million into venture capital so far, Hostplus CIO Sam Sicilia believes the fund is helping to build a prosperous future for Australia.
Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance, and for Xero’s Bindy Edelman inclusion means an environment where people feel respected, understood, and celebrated for their differences.
The second Female Entrepreneur Week at Tank Stream Labs saw 70 speakers across 25 events, with almost 1,600 people attending.
3D-printed human body parts with lifelike bone, skin and muscle densities are being developed in South Australia as teaching aids for surgical training.
TwoSpace will be putting startups into the ferris wheel with investors, giving them one spin to pitch their idea and help…get it off the ground.