Australian and New Zealand organisations are losing $60 million, on average, each year due to cybersecurity breaches or attacks, with one in five organisations having at least one breach per month and one in six known attacks successful.
Startup Muster has launched its 2018 survey and is calling for current and future startup founders, investors, and others in the community to take part.
Over 65 percent of Aussie workforce wants more women in leadership roles – but the culture has to keep up
A survey found over 65 percent of the Australian workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles, with almost half the women women surveyed stating they would like to pursue a leadership role in the future.
Monica Wulff is the cofounder and CEO of Startup Muster, the largest annual survey of the Australian startup ecosystem, conducted to showcase the opportunities, progress, and challenges.
Startups in the wide-ranging Australian healthtech sector have raised more than a combined $165 million in funding, while biotech sits at $87.8 million.
Despite the fact they predominantly serve customers across regional areas, agtech businesses are earning a name for themselves in the wider startup space.
The Government has announced $34 million in funding grants for startups and organisations working on innovative services within the aged care space.
Startup Muster 2016 highlights need to develop culture of entrepreneurship and promote STEM in schools
Despite the fact the sector is stereotyped as younger, Startup Muster found once more that founders both present and future skew older.
To help businesses to perfect their online presence, startup Loop11 has developed a platform that enables users to run their own detailed usability testing.
Australia’s game development industry has massive potential for growth as an export industry, according to an independent survey by IGEA and GDAA.
The annual Startup Muster survey has officially launched for 2016, looking to measure and publish the progress, challenges, and opportunities in the Australian startup ecosystem in order to demonstrate and accelerate impact.
Property startup Microburbs helps prospective buyers get to know the little details of a neighbourhood
The founder of a new Australian property startup believes that existing property platforms are making us look at real estate wrong. Luke Metcalfe describes his platform Microburbs as “Walk Score on steroids”, with the US-based platform’s mission to help people find apartments in ‘walkable’ neighbourhoods. Taking this one step further, Microburbs aims to give property seekers all the information they need about an area, and match them to the right one based on their specific needs.
I was watching the TV show ‗Insight‘ last night. They interviewed everyone about being over 40. And there was one woman on the show who hadn‘t had a baby who was asked: Have you looked at what the statistics are for success in becoming pregnant at 40 or older?