How a 19-year-old entrepreneur’s idea took him from his Adelaide bedroom to a $15 million boat on the Sydney Harbour

1:46AM | Tuesday, 12 January 2016 |  And now he's ready to present it to the world.

Space, the final (hackathon) frontier: Australian entrepreneurs encouraged to boldly go where no startup has gone before

4:50PM | Friday, 17 April 2015 |  The 2015 SpaceApps Challenge Adelaide, a space-themed hackathon organised by NASA, has highlighted the growing potential of Australian space exploration startups.

South Australia’s new innovation minister commits to startup future

2:56PM | Friday, 6 February 2015 |  South Australia’s new innovation minister – who was sworn in earlier this week following a cabinet reshuffle – has committed to shifting Adelaide’s economy away from traditional manufacturing and towards tech startups in order to secure the state’s economic future.

Adelaide grows: Applications open for South Australian startup program

1:30PM | Friday, 16 January 2015 |  Applications for Hub Adelaide’s Spark program are open until January 22nd, with first-time entrepreneurs in South Australia and startup mentors encouraged to sign up.

Adelaide’s first private start-up co-working space set to open

7:44PM | Monday, 30 July 2012 |  A new co-working space is set to open its doors in Adelaide, understood to be the city’s first business-collaboration space, modelled on the likes of Fishburners and the York Butter Factory.

Startup Weekend winner hails new Adelaide start-up spirit

5:44PM | Wednesday, 9 May 2012 |  Adelaide is building itself a thriving start-up ecosystem, according to the winner of the city’s recent Startup Weekend.

Magic start-up wins Startup Weekend Adelaide

4:59PM | Wednesday, 4 April 2012 |  An online start-up that aims to help people improve their magic tricks has won first prize at Startup Weekend Adelaide 2012, receiving in-kind prizes worth more than $13,000.

Not just a city of churches

11:00PM | Tuesday, 22 November 2011 |  Adelaide’s reputation as a rather slow-paced city notable only for its churches is increasingly at odds with a start-up scene that is beginning to gather pace.