As Mick Liubinskas heads off to Silicon Valley, making the return trip and taking his place as entrepreneur in residence at Telstra’s muru-D accelerator program will be Ben Sand.
From the get go, accelerator muru-D has always had a global outlook and strong international support networks. First launching in Sydney, the program has expanded into Brisbane and Singapore, and is now set to tackle the world’s biggest startup ecosystem, Silicon Valley.
Two months after making its ASX debut, Sydney-based HR startup Reffind, whose app helps companies better engage with and train employees, has acquired employee recognition platform WooBoard.
Nothing quite beats a great piece of written or video content. There is a lot of information to sift through out there on the internet; and when it it comes to blogging in the startup space, you could literally go through every company we have covered on this site and find a blog section for their company on their websites.
After 2 years of growing a startup in a new category we have flearned* a lot about marketing, selling and servicing business customers in a lean way. WooBoard is a B2B online software tool that facilitates daily, positive, peer recognition in the workplace. It’s a busy, growing space with no real winner yet.
This Slideshare presentation about getting Women into Tech has been doing the rounds and people are loving it. So simple yet there is something extremely motivating and inspiring about it. Ladies, [and gentlemen] take a couple of minute out of your day to check it out.