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Bitcoin Group still looking at listing on the ASX despite delays

11:26PM | Monday, 24 November 2014 | Kye White

Bitcoin Group’s plans to raise $20 million at 20 cents a share on the ASX are still on track, despite a slight delay.

Planning  | Financing a business

Government report identifies six disruptive tech trends to watch

11:37PM | Friday, 21 November 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Mobile messaging apps such as Whatsapp are killing traditional text messages while multi-screening is going mainstream, according to an Australian Communications and Media Authority.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Growth  | Technology  | Government and Regulation

Startup Weekend Australia gains new sponsorship and launches platform, making events easier to organise

11:34PM | Friday, 21 November 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Startup Weekend Australia has launched a new national platform and announced a sponsorship from Intuit QuickBooks Online at an event held last Thursday at Sydney’s Tank Stream Labs.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Growth  | Financing a business  | Venture Capital  | Technology

Four ways to prepare yourself for the transition from corporate to startup life

11:56PM | Thursday, 20 November 2014 | Broede Carmody

Making the leap from a secure, well-paying corporate job to the world of startups can be a daunting task.

 | Business planning

Seven pieces of startup advice from Envato co-founder Collis Ta’eed

11:56AM | Wednesday, 19 November 2014 | Kye White

Envato co-founder Collis Ta’eed says he didn’t realise venture capital was an option when looking at ways to grow the business in its early days.

 | Planning

The hard truth about startups in Australia

11:49PM | Friday, 14 November 2014 | Michael Mehmet

Startups are a bit of a thing in Australia right now. You probably know or have heard of someone who has recently become involved with a startup – or may even be that person, yourself.

 | Planning

NICTA RMIT Data Analysis Lab set to open

11:56PM | Thursday, 13 November 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

NICTA is preparing to open a new hub for applied data analytics projects later this month at Melbourne’s RMIT University.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Technology  | Workspace

ACS wants to put the digital economy at the heart of the Victorian elections

11:25PM | Wednesday, 12 November 2014 | Kye White

With the Victorian election just around the corner, the Australian Computer Society (ACS) has called on the major political parties to recognise the digital economy as the key driver of economic growth in the state.

 | Planning

Should you stay or should you go? The big question for many Australian startups

11:45PM | Monday, 10 November 2014 | Kye White

Startup founders need to get out of Australia and see the standard set by entrepreneurs in successful tech hubs around the world, according to Startup Victoria’s Scott Handsaker, but that does not necessarily mean they should move there.

 | Planning  | Business planning

Crowdsurfer promises you’ll never lose your friends again

11:21PM | Wednesday, 5 November 2014 | Kye White

At a concert last year, Matt Gerard was standing in a sea of people, struggling to find his friends. It was there he came up with the idea for Crowdsurfer, an app that lets you know where your friends are in real time.

 | Business ideas

Navigating Australian immigration as a startup

11:25PM | Wednesday, 5 November 2014 | Jackson Taylor

The federal government has announced the National Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda, which includes several reforms to employer sponsored visas which will affect startups.

 | Planning

Australia’s own This Week in Startups launches

11:59AM | Monday, 3 November 2014 | Kye White

If Australia can produce three or four more Atlassians, then its startup ecosystem will start to matter on the global stage, according to US entrepreneur and angel investor Jason Calacanis.

 | Planning  | Business planning

Apple and Samsung’s global smartphone market share slipped in the October quarter as Xiaomi surged

10:55PM | Friday, 31 October 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

Apple’s share of the global smartphone market slipped during the October quarter, despite the release of the iPhone 6, as Chinese vendor Xiaomi became the world’s third largest vendor.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Technology

Technology won’t change everything: Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell

10:41PM | Friday, 31 October 2014 | Kye White

Technology isn’t changing humanity, certain parts of what make us human have always been changing, according to Intel anthropologist Genevieve Bell.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Technology

New Sydney co-working space looks to fill back-to-basics gap

10:47PM | Monday, 27 October 2014 | Kye White

SydStart founder Pete Cooper is set to launch a new co-working space in Sydney.

 | Planning

Y Combinator coming to Melbourne for the above all human conference

10:44PM | Thursday, 23 October 2014 | Broede Carmody

World-renowned startup accelerator Y Combinator is coming to Australia as part of Melbourne’s above all human conference put on by Startup Victoria.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Financing a business  | Venture Capital

How website user experience factors affect your search engine rankings

10:59PM | Friday, 17 October 2014 | Nick Grinberg

A search engine’s job is to find the most relevant resource in answer to the question that any user asks of it. It wants to provide you, “the searcher”, with the best possible answer to your query.

 | Planning

Toowoomba hosting its first Startup Weekend: The challenges of building an ecosystem in regional Australia

10:10PM | Friday, 17 October 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas

The regional city of Toowoomba, in Queensland’s Darling Downs region, is set to host its first Startup Weekend event as its local startup ecosystem gathers momentum.

 | Planning  | Business planning  | Growth  | Technology

Payhero plans to save the day for business billing services

10:13PM | Wednesday, 15 October 2014 | Broede Carmody

An Adelaide-based startup is looking to make it easier for businesses to turn regular customers into recurring revenue.

 | Business ideas

How to help ensure your company’s app doesn’t attract a $1.7 million fine

10:52PM | Wednesday, 15 October 2014 | Benjamin Hunt

As the number of companies developing mobile apps skyrockets, so too does their risk of breaching the new privacy rules and potentially attracting fines of up to $1.7 million.

 | Planning
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