Monica Wulff is the cofounder and CEO of Startup Muster, the largest annual survey of the Australian startup ecosystem, conducted to showcase the opportunities, progress, and challenges.
The proportion of female founders has grown from 23.5 percent in 2016 to 25.4 percent this year, while 37 percent of future founders identified as female.
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
The report, Mapping Victoria’s Ecosystem, is a result of a survey produced by LaunchVic in collaboration with Startup Victoria and dandolopartners, which polled over 1600 companies across the state.
Sydney startup Snooper has developed an app allowing anyone to earn cash while they are shopping, filling up petrol, or having a drink at a bar.
Startup Muster, the annual survey looking to capture the state of the Australian startup landscape, has launched its 2017 edition.
Smart Sparrow has announced the closing of a AU$5.3 million Series C round to expand its technology to cater for increase in online courses in the US.
Guardian Data Software has announced a partnership with BuddingTech that will see the organisation utilise their analytical engine and achieve new research.
OurSay is a Melbourne-based startup working to facilitate transparency and communication between organisations and civilians using an online platform.
Providing parents an easy way to introduce STEM to their kids, Amazon has launched STEM Club, a monthly subscription box filled with STEM toys.
One of Australia’s largest clean energy projects to date, a 300 megawatt solar farm is set to be developed in Queensland Western Downs region.
Australia’s game development industry has massive potential for growth as an export industry, according to an independent survey by IGEA and GDAA.
The annual Startup Muster survey has officially launched for 2016, looking to measure and publish the progress, challenges, and opportunities in the Australian startup ecosystem in order to demonstrate and accelerate impact.
The number of female tech startup founders in Australia is growing slowly but steadily, increasing from 16 percent in 2011 to 19 percent in 2013, with only a fifth of these founders coming from a tech background.
Pureprofile, an online profile marketing and insights technology company, was born just as the dot-com bubble burst and companies folded. Fifteen years later, the company is set to open up its Initial Public Offering (IPO) and completely change the way consumers experience advertising.