Academy Xi has launched The Founding Futures, a new scholarship which will offer Indigenous Australians training in User Experience Design.
River City Labs appoints Shoes of Prey’s Mike Knapp and entrepreneur Llew Jury as Entrepreneurs-in-Residence
River City Labs has announced the additions of Mike Knapp and Llew Jury to its muru-D backed “BNE3” accelerator program as Entrepreneurs-in-Residence.
Elsight has developed the ‘Multichannel’, a portable communications system which is able to send and receive encrypted data from any point in the world.
Four years on from launching its muru-D accelerator in Sydney, Telstra is bringing it to Melbourne, setting up a program out of its Gurrowa innovation lab.
Telstra announced at the continuation of its partnership with Ericsson, with the two companies working to launch a Cat-M1 IoT network throughout Australia.
Plus Eight has announced that former Dropbox advisor Tim Brewer will be joining the program as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
Telstra has appointed Julie Trell as the new head of its accelerator program muru-D, following the departure of cofounder and former chief Annie Parker.
Northern Territory social change influencer Andrea Mason wins Business Woman of the Year in Telstra awards
The 2016 Telstra Northern Territory Women’s Awards has announced social influencer Andrea Mason as business woman of the year. Along with the title, Mason also won the For Purpose and Social Enterprise award for her social change work across 26 communities in Australia.
Telstra has announced a new brand campaign as part of its evolution from a telecommunications company and into a technology driven one. The rebrand will reflect Telstra’s vision of a connected world and highlight its support and development of the startup ecosystem.
Two out of three millennials are already using or considering using fintech services, research reveals
Millennials are already driving rapid change in the financial services industry and the role those services play in how they digitally deliver products.
Today NAB and Telstra announce a startup joint venture to offer small businesses a digital marketplace. The new marketplace called Proquo will provide more than two million Australian small businesses an online platform where they can network, trade or swap services with one another.
As any non-technical founder knows, development work is expensive. It is easy enough for the Government to encourage everyone to innovate, but those without the skills or funds have no way to actually do it. Seeing this, the Telstra Foundation has launched a series of free innovation bootcamps designed for the not for profit sector.
Large companies like Telstra in Australia have begun to realise the importance an API plays in the growth of the local technology ecosystem. In fact, in January 2014, Telstra appointed Frank Arrigo as the company’s API Evangelist, guiding the software group in developing its overall API strategy.
Telstra-backed startup accelerator muru-D has launched in Singapore today. The accelerator hopes to attract the region’s best digital talent, foster local technology innovation and grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem across Southeast Asia.