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Why being a startup founder isn’t the only way to be an innovator

1:03AM | Friday, 29 January 2016 |  If you love the idea of working in a startup, there are dozens of roles that can make a meaningful difference to a company’s growth trajectory.

There’s one thing startups should crave more than capital

1:07AM | Tuesday, 19 January 2016 |  Raising money is hard work. But it shouldn’t be the objective, says Blue Chilli CEO Sebastian Eckersley-Maslin.

Why startups should focus on the experience not the problem

12:20AM | Friday, 18 December 2015 |  Creating a new experience from an existing one is just as reputable a business model as solving a problem.

The big startup trend for 2016 is…

12:25PM | Wednesday, 16 December 2015 |  With investment flowing and the hardware finally on the brink of being shipped, this is set to be one of the biggest tech trends in 2016.

Will the government's statement deliver Australia a world class National Innovation System?

12:46AM | Wednesday, 16 December 2015 |  The challenge for the Turnbull government government will be to turnaround our National Innovation System, which has been steadily in decline for some time.

Australia's innovation problem explained in 10 charts

12:38AM | Monday, 14 December 2015 |  The Turnbull government will today release its National Innovation and Science Agenda, setting out how it will encourage more startup activity and build a culture of innovation.

Four ways government should double down on fintech rather than ‘Facebook for cats’

12:06PM | Tuesday, 8 December 2015 |  The Fintech Melbourne Founder tells StartupSmart what he wants to see following yesterday's innovation statement.

Innovation: From buzzword to reality

12:08AM | Tuesday, 8 December 2015 |  In this guest piece, Victorian shadow minister for innovation David Southwick explains how startups, governments and universities can adopt a more innovative approach to business.

Five steps to startup and corporate collaboration

12:15AM | Friday, 4 December 2015 |  Governments clearly benefit from a vibrant startup ecosystem. But what can corporates and startups gain in terms of co-dependency?

To deliver more high-growth startups Australia needs an entrepreneurship system

12:33AM | Wednesday, 2 December 2015 |  “Governments can’t conjure up entrepreneurs. But they can set the conditions under which entrepreneurs flourish,” says Australia’s chief economist Mark Cully.
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