A new report has found the shortage of coders, startup-focused sales professionals, and user experience designers in Australia is particularly critical.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has launched the UTS Startups program to encourage more students into startups.
Murray Hurps is returning to Harris St, with UTS announcing the appointment of the former Fishburners CEO to the new role of Director of Entrepreneurship.
NBN Co has announced partnerships with the University of Melbourne and the University of Technology Sydney focused on research and development (R&D).
Pam is at heart a sign management application accessed through the cloud, specialised for design companies creating sign layouts for clients.
Government announces $151 million in funding for Cooperative Research Centres focused on food, agtech, and transport
The government has announced funding of $151.5 million to develop four CRC’s dealing with food, agtech and transport for research and innovation.
The EnergyLab accelerator has been developed with Climate-KIC Australia to help four startups with new products or services become market-ready.
Fixit helps users communicate problems to authorities – whether it’s citizens reporting issues to their local council, or staff reporting a malfunctioning printer to IT – to get them fixed.
The Presumi platform allows users to create and send out a trackable job application and resume, and helps them manage each application from start to finish.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is heading into 2016 with a strong focus on this space, with its pre-incubator program Hatchery looking to support students from diverse disciplines and backgrounds in learning the foundations of innovation and entrepreneurship.
Sydney startup Construction Cloud has represented Australia at the University Startup World Cup after winning the fifth annual 3P Business Plan competition at the University of Technology Sydney.
Leaders don’t fail because they’re technically inept, but because their ethics have fallen by the wayside
If their Hollywood portrayals are anything to go by, it’s a widely accepted belief that bankers and other business big wigs are morally corrupt men who are just out for themselves. The University of Technology Sydney Business School wants to change that with its Self-Leadership Lab, a program originally developed by Professor Emmanuel Josserand for the Executive MBA at the University of Geneva.