World-renowned startup accelerator Y Combinator is coming to Australia as part of Melbourne’s above all human conference put on by Startup Victoria.
Toowoomba hosting its first Startup Weekend: The challenges of building an ecosystem in regional Australia10:10PM | 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.
Girl Geek Academy is preparing for She Makes, Australia’s first maker faire specifically designed for women, following the success of Australia’s first all-female hackathon in March.
Indooroopilly-based accelerator ilab is encouraging startups and entrepreneurs in regional Queensland to apply for its Germinate accelerator program.
“Blow their minds”: Applications open for speakers for Australia’s first national PHP web developer conference10:55PM | Friday, 3 October 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas
The organiser of PHP Australia, the first national conference for web developers who use the PHP scripting language, has announced applications are now open for people interested in becoming speakers for the event.
Hackathons in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane aiming to turn “health data into information into knowledge”9:44PM | Friday, 26 September 2014 | Andrew Sadauskas
With interest in health technology booming, an upcoming hackathon across three states is aiming to bring together tech experts and leading medical researchers.
The cofounder of a pioneering Sydney-based robotics startup, with a Powerhouse Museum display and a successful crowdfunding campaign under its belt, says the sector is set to get much bigger but finance for projects remains an issue.
Apple has now released its iPhone 6 and 6 Plus smartphones in Australia, and the near inevitable crowds are lining up around the block. Here’s the reaction from Australian app developers.
Recent comments by Atlassian cofounder Mike Cannon-Brookes sparked a discussion about whether Australia's startup scene should be focused on one city. Here's another perspective.
Australia doesn't need a startup capital, and certainly not one that operates at the expense of other communities that are popping up around the nation.
The Australian startup scene is booming with large numbers of startups being launched every day, but we still lack experienced founders and teams, according to a number of Australian investors.
Why are so many people working to help keep as many startups as possible in Australia?
Tasmania’s startup ecosystem is starting to attract the attention of mainland accelerator programs.
What Eric Ries brought to lean, Trevor Owens made a machine, or more specifically the world’s leading bootcamp on lean startup methodologies.
What’s a startup? To clear things up, we asked some people in the community how they define the term.
Australian entrepreneurs will soon have the chance to conceive and launch their own startup with a group of strangers on a bus, thanks to an incubator on wheels which is coming Down Under for the first time.
Go Girl Go for IT, a free upcoming event for high school girls from years 8 to 11 organised by the Victorian ICT for Women Network, aims to encourage girls to consider a career in the tech industry.
Australian Sports Tech Network launches new website to foster partnerships and showcase local talent8:41PM | Thursday, 7 August 2014 | Broede Carmody
The Australian Sports Technology Network (ASTN) has launched a new website in order to promote local startups and tap into the multi-billion dollar global sports technology market.
Australia’s health tech startup scene is booming, both in terms of interest and innovation, but funding remains a major issue for startups, according to a leading figure in the sector.
A who’s who of the tech and startup scene gathered in Melbourne to watch the filming of the first episode of That Startup Show, a new web and TV series aimed at the startup community.