Australia must recognise how fast its competitors are working, and the “intensity” with which governments are supporting their startups, Crossroads warned.
The IGEA has announced the launch of The Working Lunch, a program which aims to equip women looking to enter the gaming industry with skills and mentorship.
LaunchVic has announced today the recipients of its third funding round, which focuses on backing startups that support the state’s migrant and refugees.
Girl Geek Academy has announced the launch of the SheHacks incubator, a program aiming to support women from the organisation’s flagship hackathon events.
Tank Stream Labs has announced that it will be hosting ‘Female Entrepreneur Week’ to support female entrepreneurs and increase diversity.
Crowe Horwath has announced that it will be launching FoundX, a new initiative to support regional startups and small businesses.
The City of Melbourne has today released its Startup Action Plan, a series of recommendations aimed at bolstering Melbourne’s startup scene.
Blending networking and educational events, Triangles looks to be more of a results-oriented network that looks beyond just the tech community to also incorporate women in small business.
Looking to prove that a human touch still can go a long way is Influx, handling customer service support for businesses operating online.
Daybreak looks to help people change their relationship with alcohol by providing an online platform that enables users to access a support network.
More than a year on, the group has grown to over 24,000 members scattered around the world, with women living everywhere from London to Cambodia.
The Aussie Founders Network is looking to support founders, investors, and industry advisors with the aim of building a network of Australian-founded tech companies globally with a valuation of $100 billion.
Griffin Accelerator program has revealed the five startups taking part in its three-month intensive program, with this year demonstrating a focus on women-led startups and businesses.
Sydney startup Hireup has created a platform to help people with a disability find, hire and manage their very own support workers. The purpose of the startup is to help people with a disability make important and personal connections with the people who care for them day in and day out.
Today CRM system company Salesforce announced that it will be joining forces with the Australian startup ecosystem, by partnering with not-for-profit body StartupAUS. In the announcement, Salesforce said it will help accelerate the growth of the startup ecosystem, as well as launch a new programme called Salesforce for Startups in Australia.