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Stone & Chalk’s Adelaide push fires up

- December 3, 2019 2 MIN READ

Stone & Chalk CEO Alex Scandurra and Adelaide GM Chris Kirk. Leading Australasian not-for-profit Stone & Chalk has officially launched its South Australian co-working space in Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen innovation neighbourhood. The tech startup hub is already home to 130 entrepreneurs from 30 startups and aims to become South Australia’s home of innovation. Stone & Chalk… Read more »

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Fintech hub Stone & Chalk is opening in Adelaide

- June 25, 2019 2 MIN READ

Stone & Chalk CEO Alex Scandurra  Fintech innovation hub Stone & Chalk is setting up shop in Adelaide in partnership with the South Australian Government Stone & Chalk will be the anchor tenant and startup hub operator at Lot Fourteen, the massive and ambitious innovation precinct on the seven-hectare former Royal Adelaide Hospital site. With… Read more »

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Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk partners with CUA

- April 8, 2016 2 MIN READ

Member-owned banking and financial services provider Credit Union Australia (CUA) has today announced a partnership with Sydney fintech coworking hub Stone & Chalk. Like the hub’s other partnerships with corporates, the link with CUA will give startups the ability to tap into the organisation’s knowledge and networks.

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Treasurer Scott Morrison announces policy changes to boost Australian fintech

- March 21, 2016 3 MIN READ

Treasurer Scott Morrison has today announced a package of policy changes to promote commercial risk-taking and, in turn, boost Australia’s fintech sector, with the creation of a regulatory sandbox for fintech startups to deliver services without spending capital on licensing, the refining of crowdfunding regulations, and creating open access to financial data among the initiatives announced.

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Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk launches summer internship program for university students

- November 25, 2015 2 MIN READ

There’s been a lot of debate lately about the value of a university education for aspiring entrepreneurs, with critics arguing that Australian universities have been too slow to launch initiatives and industry partnerships that give students hands-on experience. Industry, for its part, has been strong in its approach to students and this is only getting stronger, with Sydney fintech hub Stone & Chalk today launching Fintern Fever, an internship program that will see 30 university students work with a resident startup over the summer.