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Infographic holds clues to why so many start-ups fail

6:06PM | Tuesday, 11 June 2013 |  Why start-ups fail is the question behind a new infographic released on Visual.ly by the Startup Genome project.

US start-ups raise five times more capital than Aussies: Report

11:20AM | Thursday, 22 November 2012 |  US-based companies raise almost five times more capital than Australian companies in the early stages, according to a new report, which also shows that Sydney remains our largest start-up hub.

Startup Genome highlights crucial role of domain experts

7:29PM | Thursday, 26 July 2012 |  The Startup Genome has released the second instalment of its findings on transformational entrepreneurship, including why start-ups should include a domain expert in their founding team.

New project to map the “DNA” of Aussie start-ups

6:28PM | Monday, 4 June 2012 |  Australian start-up founders are being asked to participate in a project that aims to determine the “DNA” of Australia’s start-up ecosystem, with local industry experts offering their own insights.

Data-driven investment on the cards with Investor Compass

5:40PM | Monday, 28 May 2012 |  A new data-driven analysis of start-up investment has been launched by US-based The Startup Genome, which has created the Investor Compass, which allows investors to track the progress of companies they work with.

Startup Genome forecasts growth of “transformational entrepreneurship”

4:10PM | Thursday, 26 April 2012 |  Entrepreneurship is increasingly becoming the world’s primary source of socio-economic value creation, new research claims, with “transformational entrepreneurship” set to take centre stage.

Sydney and Melbourne among world’s top 25 start-up ecosystems

4:40PM | Thursday, 12 April 2012 |  Sydney and Melbourne are among the world’s top 25 start-up ecosystems, according to new findings, ranked 21st and 22nd respectively, but experts say they should be higher up the list.

Web start-up success dependent on mentors: Report

5:58PM | Monday, 30 May 2011 |  Internet start-ups who co-found their business and learn from mentors are more likely to be successful, according to a new report by US seed accelerator Blackbox.
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