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Even if you’re just keeping yourself alive for the first few years as the founder of your start-up, sooner or later you’ll need to start paying yourself a salary.
The West Tech Fest will launch in Perth this Friday, bringing together hundreds of developers, start-up entrepreneurs and investors from across Australia and beyond.
Startmate has announced the eight companies that made it through the selection process to join the five-month accelerator program spanning Sydney and San Francisco.
In 2013 Australia was able to achieve something London has been desperately trying to do for the last few years.
A co-working space for start-ups in the advanced technology industries such as medical devices and nanotechnology has launched in Melbourne.
Creative Enterprises Australia has announced an accelerator program for fashion start-ups, as an additional offering in its suite of creative start-up programs.
With technology always and rapidly evolving, it can be tough for small businesses to keep up.
Some of Australia’s top entrepreneurs have some very lofty goals for 2014.
Most entrepreneurs know from experience that you need to wheel and deal to get a sale across the line. And that goes for supplier deals as well.
The Australian investment ecosystem is maturing to a point where it needs to start asking itself serious questions, says serial entrepreneur and investor Brian Dorricott.
Almost 50% of Australian business people say they’ll be working over the summer holidays, a new survey has revealed.
An online classroom platform won last week’s education technology start-up pitching competition co-hosted by SydEduTech meetup and the Optus-Innov8 Seed.
Start-ups powered by creative talent can be deeply rewarding if the entrepreneur behind the company can balance the commercial and creative aspects of their work, according to business advisor Tony Shannon.
Sydney tech start-up community organisation Fishburners has announced a partnership with News Corp Australia that will include financial sponsorship, training and mentoring.
Incubate, a start-up accelerator program launched and piloted by Sydney University, has announced its first partnership with Adelaide University set to run an Incubate program from January 2014.
Camp Kidpreneur is a week-long camp for children eight to 12 that teaches them the skills to be an entrepreneur.
A robotic arm for people in wheelchairs, a secondary dressing to keep bandages dry and a new design for an auto-injector to save lives were among the winners of the recent Medtech’s Got Talent pitching competition.
The New South Wales government has announced $16.5 million will go towards building a three-storey, 4000 square metre building to house University of Wollongong’s iAccelerate Centre.
WeTeachMe had been battling away at signing up partners for over a year when they realised they were at breaking point, and had to to make a change fast.
Young entrepreneur shares his insights on hardware start-ups, tall poppy syndrome and risk after US trip12:56PM | Thursday, 5 December 2013 | Rose Powell
Nineteen-year-old Adam Stone is en route back from the United States after representing Australia at the finals of the 2013 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in Washington DC.