27 June 2019 | Startups & Small Business, News
Stone & Chalk to Launch in Adelaide's Innovation Hub Lot Fourteen
Stone & Chalk has been announced as the anchor tenant and operator of the startup hub in Adelaide’s former Royal Hospital site. The South Australian government envisions this as a future innovation hub that will put South Australia on the world stage as an innovation city and state.
26 March 2019 | Startups & Small Business, News
Airwallex Becomes Australia’s Newest Unicorn After Starting Just Three Years Ago
Melbourne-founded fintech startup Airwallex has hit a valuation of more than US$1 billion, claiming unicorn status after closing a capital raise of US$100 million ($140 million).
23 July 2018 | News, Startups & Small Business
Stone & Chalk is Launching a FinTech Mega-Hub in Melbourne
Asia’s largest fintech innovation hub has announced plans to launch a ‘mega-hub’ in the city’s growing innovation precinct, connecting its existing Sydney site with a new home at Melbourne’s Goods Shed North.
31 May 2018 | News, Startups & Small Business
Square Launches Engineering Hub In Melbourne
Californian based point-of-sale startup Square announced the launch of a new HQ and engineering hub in Melbourne last week, supporting the rapid global growth of the firm.
10 May 2018 | News, Startups & Small Business
Budget 2018: Takeaways for Startups
Federal budgets rarely have policies that directly impact startups. However, this year the government’s ‘investment in innovation’ will benefit both existing startups and those of the future.
1 February 2018 | Startups & Small Business
Melbourne - Home to Australian Marketplace Unicorns
EY and LaunchVic have published a report detailing the landscape of online marketplaces founded in Victoria.
31 August 2017 | Startups & Small Business
'The New Hustle' - The Story Of Australia's Fastest Growing Startups
Global technology company SafetyCulture, in conjunction with Canva and Vinomofo, have released a 45-minute pilot documentary titled The New Hustle that goes deep behind the scenes with three of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs.