29 March 2020 | Stories, News, Startups & Small Business
Tern App Encourages Employees to Cycle to Work
A new app, Tern, encourages employees to cycle or walk to work by tracking their distance travelled and ranking them on a leaderboard.
21 February 2020 | News, Startups & Small Business
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning Opens at Lot Fourteen
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML), has opened its new research and learning space at the Lot Fourteen innovation precinct in Adelaide.
15 November 2019 | News, Startups & Small Business
Melbourne Named as Australia’s Most Innovative City
Melbourne was ranked 11th in 2thinknow’s 2019 Innovation Cities Global Index, ahead of Sydney in 15th place.
21 October 2019 | Startups & Small Business, News
WLTH Launches PropTech App Properlytics
Properlytics, an app that helps investors manage and track the performance of their portfolio, has been released and is now available on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store.
9 October 2019 | News, Startups & Small Business
YBF Ventures and Honeywell Launch New PropTech Hub in Sydney
YBF Ventures have joined with Honeywell Building Technologies to develop a PropTech community based out of YBF’s coworking space in Sydney’s 155 Clarence Street.
21 August 2019 | News, Startups & Small Business
ConTech OpenSpace Raises $14 Million for Construction Site Mapping Platform
OpenSpace has raised $14 million for its AI mapping platform from a Series A led by Lux Capital.
2 August 2019 | News, Startups & Small Business
Google’s Moonshot Factory ‘X’ to Launch Drone Delivery Service in Queensland
After commencing its air delivery service in Canberra in April, Wing (A Google ‘X’ project) has announced that it will be expanding the service to Logan, Queensland.
18 July 2019 | News, Startups & Small Business
NAR Launches REACH Proptech Accelerator Program in Australia
The National Association of Realtors (NAR), through its strategic investment arm, Second Century Ventures, is launching the REACH Accelerator program in Australia.
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.