4:46PM | Monday, 8 April 2013 | A social outreach platform for churchgoers and a two-tap concert concierge are among the 11 companies accepted into TechStars’ newest class for New York City, chosen from a record applicant pool of nearly 1,700 companies.
1:12PM | Friday, 18 January 2013 | A former winner of Startup Weekend is among the 10 ventures selected to take part in the second ANZ Innovyz START program, which is once again dominated by Adelaide-based start-ups.
11:00AM | Thursday, 1 November 2012 | Startup Weekend has teamed up with TechStars and Startup America to launch a new program dubbed Startup Weekend Next, which will aim to create 10,000 start-ups throughout the world.
5:00AM | Tuesday, 29 May 2012 | A marketplace for pre-loved baby items and a farm business management software provider are among the 10 companies selected to take part in the first three-month ANZ Innovyz START program.
4:01AM | Friday, 27 April 2012 | The entrepreneurs jump through hoops to make it into the TechStars finals. But who will make the final cut?
12:25PM | Monday, 12 December 2011 | Experts say you shouldn’t compare start-up incubators based on capital raising figures alone, after new data revealed US incubator Y Combinator has funded companies as its rival TechStars.
11:39PM | Monday, 21 November 2011 | Microsoft has teamed up with US seed fund TechStars to create the Kinect Accelerator, a scheme where start-ups receive $20,000 to develop technologies for Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensing system.
10:04PM | Thursday, 20 October 2011 | In Weekend Reads we have the story of the New York TechStar graduates, reveal how start-up Dropbox managed to raise a whopping $250 million, and look at what can go wrong if your suppliers let you down.
10:36PM | Tuesday, 4 October 2011 | A TechStars-based model is to launch in Australia next year, with the celebrated US start-up incubator handing a licence to an Adelaide-based firm via its TechStars Network program, StartupSmart can reveal.
9:51PM | Thursday, 22 September 2011 | Australian start-ups could be set for a funding boost after leading US incubator TechStars revealed that it has raised a further $24 million in venture capital backing.