Australia is a world leader when it comes to sporting technology but more could be done to support its sports-tech startups, according to the founder of a company that specialises in helping athletes and individuals recover from injuries.
South Australia’s largest startup conference has announced its keynote speakers for 2015, including Shark Tank investor Stephen Baxter, OneShift founder Gen George and BlueChilli’s Alan Jones.
An increasing number of startups are helping Australian companies boost their performance and streamline services by leveraging new technology.
About half of Australian video gamers are female, but men account for 88% of game developers. The Girl Geek Academy has organised an event in Melbourne later this month that hopes to help change that.
Whether chasing customers and investors in the US or even as far away as Poland, Australian entrepreneurs are no strangers to setting up shop overseas.
Many Australian startups have pivoted into successful companies. But how do you know it’s the right time to change the direction of your company, or the product or service it provides?
The Australian Sports Technologies Network (ASTN) has announced an accelerator program to help Victorian startups tap into the $300 billion global sports products market.
A Sydney-based startup is looking to help locals and travellers find major, accessible events anywhere in the world in their own language.
Sydney-based startup Bidz Direct has developed a new shopping platform that’s attempting to give consumers more control over pricing.
The challenges for Kickstarter-backed hardware startups don’t end once you’ve raised the money.
This year’s Hackagong has seen the largest turnout since it was founded in 2012, with almost 50 teams competing for a prize pool of more than $100,000.
The growth rate for smartphones is set to slow dramatically over the coming years, both in terms of volume and revenue, according to a forecast released this week by IDC.
A new website has launched to help entrepreneurs and investors succeed in the startup industry.
Your humble correspondent noticed a new coffee shop had just opened up on the main street of Parts Unknown. While toiling away at frothing a skinny soy cappuccino, the barista claimed he was running a startup.
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.
Startup Weekend Australia gains new sponsorship and launches platform, making events easier to organise11:34PM | 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.
Making the leap from a secure, well-paying corporate job to the world of startups can be a daunting task.
NICTA is preparing to open a new hub for applied data analytics projects later this month at Melbourne’s RMIT University.
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.
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.