Pollenizer co-founder Phil Morle has revealed the reasons why iConnect Catering was named the winner of the latest Startup Weekend Perth, highlighting the growth of the Perth start-up scene.
When it comes to 3D-printed clothing, one company is starting small. Very small.
The machine squirts out chocolate and, via computer instructions, lets the user build any shape out of the food. The printer’s maker, Choc Edge, says it can reproduce any shape.
Consumer technology will continue to see robust demand in 2012, according to a new Deloitte report, which identifies 3D printing and big data as other major trends to watch out for.
The inaugural SeaChange StartUp Camp will kick off in NSW this weekend, in what has been described as a “dragons’ den” pitching weekend for entrepreneurs.