2:58PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 | Sydney may have suffered from a series of setbacks in recent years, but the hometown of Startmate and PushStart remains a heavy hitter in the start-up world. BY OLIVER MILMAN.
2:03PM | Wednesday, 1 February 2012 | Australian software giant Atlassian have taken the hackathon concept one step further, sending 10 software gradates to its Hack House for a week of training, coding and team-building activities.
1:45PM | Wednesday, 18 January 2012 | Australian software giant Atlassian has revealed it doesn’t employ salespeople among its 450-strong workforce, but has still managed to almost double its revenue over the past 18 months.
12:07PM | Tuesday, 20 December 2011 | Aussie tech start-ups are being encouraged to apply for start-up event Under the Radar, held in the US, which led to acquisitions from the likes of eBay, IBM and Facebook in 2011.
11:35PM | Tuesday, 29 November 2011 | Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes speaks to StartupSmart about Australia’s start-up scene, his tips for entrepreneurial success and why he dislikes the “build to flip” business model.
11:09PM | Tuesday, 29 November 2011 | Australian software company Atlassian is encouraging start-ups to apply for its “FedEx Day”, with the winner gaining access to a 24-hour innovation event hosted by Atlassian engineers.
11:37PM | Thursday, 17 November 2011 | Australian search engine Sensis will host a start-up “hackathon” at Melbourne’s York Butter Factory this weekend, in the latest move by a large company to embrace start-up events.
10:12PM | Monday, 10 October 2011 | Software company Atlassian will host Launch48 in Sydney later this month, an event where participants will pitch, build and launch online businesses over the course of a weekend.
7:04PM | Tuesday, 12 July 2011 | Peruse images of the founders of the world’s leading tech start-ups and you’ll probably notice a few common features – youth, casual attire and, tellingly, male.
6:40PM | Thursday, 23 June 2011 | Tech giant Google and Australian start-up Atlassian are among the top five best places to work in Australia, according to a new survey, suggesting start-ups can compete with larger companies for staff.