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Creative start-ups: Here’s your chance to pitch to 40 potential investors

6:21PM | Thursday, 20 June 2013 |  Five start-ups will have the opportunity to pitch to 40 qualified investors in a new event called Creative3 RiverPitch in Brisbane on September 11.

Australia second only to US in start-up stakes: Report

9:00AM | Monday, 24 September 2012 |  Australia has a higher start-up rate than any other developed country except the United States, new research shows, with one in ten of all Australians involved in an early stage enterprise.

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia launches $150,000 start-up fund

9:00AM | Tuesday, 18 September 2012 |  Queensland University of Technology is offering entrepreneurs in the creative industries up to $150,000 to develop and launch their ideas through its commercial arm Creative Enterprise Australia.

Twittersphere map offers start-ups glimpse of consumer insight

5:32PM | Wednesday, 23 May 2012 |  Researchers have created a map of the Australian “Twittersphere”, potentially offering start-ups a valuable insight into consumer behaviour.

QUT students win global business competition in California

3:00AM | Friday, 9 March 2012 |  Four business students from Queensland University of Technology have won an international case competition for a business strategy and solution aimed at major entertainment companies.

Why redundancy can be the ideal start-up springboard

2:40PM | Monday, 27 February 2012 |  As redundancies flood the Australian job market, it’s worth remembering that “victims” of retrenchment can become the entrepreneurs they always wanted to be. BY EMILY ROSS.

Aussie women the world’s most entrepreneurial: Report

2:04PM | Thursday, 23 February 2012 |  Australian women are the most entrepreneurial in the world, new research reveals, but an expert says businesswomen are still under-represented in growth industries such as finance and IT.

QUT professor awarded $375k business model grant

1:14PM | Thursday, 19 January 2012 |  An associate professor at Queensland University of Technology has been awarded a $375,000 Australian Research Council grant to develop a theory for effective business process models.

GPS-based system to help pilots find their feet

1:34PM | Wednesday, 11 January 2012 |  Aviation researchers at Queensland University of Technology are developing an information system to help unmanned aerial vehicles make safer emergency landings.

Male-only offerings represent growth area: Academic

4:09PM | Thursday, 21 April 2011 |  Male-only shopping domains and gender-specific products represent a major growth area for start-up retailers, a business and marketing academic has claimed.
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