Displaying items by tag: Start Ups

StartCon is Australia's largest Start Up conference, with Uber, eBay, Airbnb just some of the international speakers, with 4000+ expected to arrive and around 100 international and local speakers - it's a can't miss event!

Published in Development

There’s "never been a better time for Australian tech start-ups and growth stage businesses to access funding, as venture capital, superannuation funds and crowd funders jostle for a piece of their success".

Published in Development

A new phone app, Beem It, allows people to "effortlessly" send payments to each other via their mobile phones.

Published in Mobility

The NSW Government has called for technology companies in the state to join it in showcasing their products and services for free on its official stand at CeBIT Australia 2018 scheduled to be held in Sydney in May.

Published in Market

Australian peak advocacy group for startups, StartupAUS, has recommended to the Federal Government a raft of solutions which it says would contribute to accelerating  the growth of Australia’s ‘innovation’ ecosystem.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australia’s start-up sector is taking heart and confidence in the technology industry’s future growth and development with the elevation of Malcolm Turnbull to the prime ministership.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Cloud-based IT management software company Kaseya has had a reshuffle at the top, appointing former Yodle executive and IT industry veteran Fred Voccola as CEO, and with Yogesh Gupta elected to the board as chairman.

Published in People Moves
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 16:28

Telstra-backed muru-D opens in Singapore

Telstra has launched start-up accelerator muru-D in Singapore in a move which it says is aimed at attracting the South-East Asian region’s best digital talent, foster local technology innovation and grow the entrepreneurial ecosystem across the region.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Australia is still lagging behind other developed countries in investment in tech start-up ventures, with a fall in matching government funding as well as under-investment by the private sector.

Published in Strategy

Start-ups will be significantly assisted by new laws on share scheme taxation, according to a new report from professional services firm KPMG.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 08 September 2014 17:07

Hills in search for new inventions to fund

The maker of the iconic hills hoist clothes line, Hills, is now hanging out for the next great invention from amongst Australia’s new generation of inventors.

Published in Development

The Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne has selected four teams of students and alumni for entrepreneurial fellowships in a program aimed at accelerating startups and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship at the institution.

Published in Development

SETsquared supported company announced as the winner of the fifth annual AWS Start-Up Challenge by Amazon Web Services LLC (AWS), an Amazon.com company

Bristol's credentials as a city to help new businesses grow have been given the royal seal of approval from HRH The Duke of York.

Only two weeks for budding entrepreneurs to enter FREE competition

Innovations from a wide range of technology sectors were demonstrated by high-tech early stage UK companies at the eighth annual SETsquared Partnership Investment Showcase

SETsquared Partnership Investment Showcase on Wednesday October 12th will highlight the best of British innovation from nineteen early-stage companies.

Entry deadline approaches for budding entrepreneurs to pitch to leading industry investors

SETsquared supports student entrepreneurs to stimulate the economy

Five lucky small business owners have made it through to the English heat of a competition tracking down Britain's best new entrepreneurs

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