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Sophie Mirabella asks not to be considered for front bench role in Tony Abbott government

9:27PM | Thursday, 12 September 2013 |  The Coalition’s industry, innovation and science spokeswoman Sophie Mirabella has asked Prime Minister-elect Tony Abbott not to be considered for a position on his ministerial front bench.

Coalition wins federal election: What next for start-ups

9:00AM | Sunday, 8 September 2013 |  The election is over. The Coalition has won. Now what does it mean for Australia’s start-up sector?

Pollenizer CEO on the top five myths of lean start-ups

9:06AM | Friday, 6 September 2013 |  Pollenizer, an incubator program based in Sydney, has long loved and taught the lean start-up method to founders.

Pollenizer-backed start-up plans to shake up online real estate listings in the Philippines

8:18PM | Wednesday, 28 August 2013 |  Australian real estate investor and entrepreneur Will Pattison is off to the Philippines next week in a bid to revolutionise online real estate transactions.

Top five mentoring tips from Australia’s newly named highest rated mentor

7:19PM | Monday, 22 July 2013 |  Phil Morle, co-founder and chief executive of start-up incubator and accelerator Pollenizer, has been named the leading start-up mentor in Australia by international accelerator program the Founder Institute.

Tips on how to avoid your great idea becoming a casualty of premature timing

7:38PM | Friday, 19 July 2013 |  Serial entrepreneur Luke Grana says start-ups need to carefully consider the timing of when they launch their businesses after winding down his latest start-up idea because it was too early to market.

Australian entrepreneur comes out of shell to pitch on world stage

7:26PM | Tuesday, 16 July 2013 |  Australian entrepreneur Neil Smith is nervous ahead of pitching his start-up in front of a panel of investors in the US this week.

Cloud tech company opens competition for Silicon Valley start-up trip

7:00PM | Friday, 5 July 2013 |  Cloud technology company Rackspace has this week launched a competition to take an Australian or New Zealand start-up to Silicon Valley for a two-week investment trip.

Entrepreneurs need urgent action to overcome start-up brain drain to US

7:41PM | Thursday, 4 July 2013 |  Mick Liubinskas, one of the directors at incubator and accelerator Pollenizer, is calling for urgent action from the government to overcome the steep challenges facing growing start-ups after seed stage.

Start-up community leaders say change in PM creates opportunity

6:45PM | Thursday, 27 June 2013 |  Leaders from the Australian start-up community say while there will be little immediate impact from Kevin Rudd ousting Julia Gillard as Prime Minister, the new environment and leadership team could create opportunities to work with the government.
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