TechSydney and Tech Ready Women have shared in $80,000 in grants from the City of Sydney aimed at helping them further develop the city’s startup community.
While no overall rankings released this year, the 2018 Startup Genome report has identified Australia cities as ecosystems to watch.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced this weekend that NSW has secured the rights to host the LAUNCH startup festival in Sydney in 2018 and 2019.
The organisation has also begun compiling resources around diversity and inclusion, highlighting best practice and programs to help community members with their own efforts to improve.
The latest report to detail Australia’s startup performance has been released, with the 2017 global startup ecosystem ranking from Startup Genome seeing Sydney slip one place down the list to 17.
Founders from TechSydney have called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to condemn President Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions.
Macquarie University has partnered with a number of Australian corporates to announce the launch of the Macquarie Park Innovation District (MPID), a new central hub for fast growing startups in Sydney.
TechSydney has today announced it has raised $534,100, exceeding its goal of half a million to put Sydney back in the top ten of the world’s best tech ecosystems. The Pozible campaign comes after its previous goal of raising $2 million from its members, which it quickly changed to crowdsource funding from the entire community.
TechSydney, the not-for-profit organisation launched by the who’s who of Sydney’s startup scene in May, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help “put the brakes” on Sydney’s slide down the global startup ecosystem rankings and kickstart its membership drive.
Financial technology company OFX (formerly OzForex) recently announced a number of new initiatives to assist the next generation of startups.
On-demand service applications seem to be somewhat of a focus across Australia’s startup scene at the moment. There is literally an “Uber for ….” well anything that you can imagine these days including marijuana if you live in San Francisco.
There are sure to be a number of articles published today about the fancy function held last night at the Powerhouse Museum to launch the not-for-profit organisation TechSydney.
It was announced last night that some of Sydney’s most prominent technology players have joined forces to create and launch TechSydney, a new not-for-profit organisation that will work to address the Sydney ecosystem’s most prominent issue: collaboration.