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Stone & Chalk celebrates Adelaide launch with investment milestone

- December 2, 2019 2 MIN READ

Leading Australasian not-for-profit Stone & Chalk has officially launched its South Australian co-working space in Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen innovation neighbourhood. The tech startup hub is already home to 130 entrepreneurs from 30 startups and aims to become South Australia’s home of innovation. Stone & Chalk also has offices in Sydney and Melbourne. It is among a… Read more »

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10 ways to find the best investor for your startup

- June 5, 2019 4 MIN READ

Do you have a great idea for a product? Does it solve an important problem for a large number of people? Are you passionate about solving this problem? Do you have a great founding team that is perfectly suited to get the job done? Great! But there is a problem. You don’t have the money and additional resources to… Read more »

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How an Aussie invention is fighting the war on waste

- April 23, 2019 3 MIN READ

Australia’s love affair with coffee is well known. More than one in four (27 per cent) Australians indicate they cannot survive the day without it[1]. The Australian café and coffee shop industry is estimated to be worth $9.8 billion[2]. Vittoria Food and Beverage alone sells approximately 2 million cups per day in Australia[3]. With this… Read more »

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VIC Premier names new ministers for innovation and small business

- November 30, 2018 2 MIN READ

Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has announced two new ministers to his cabinet following former Innovation Minister Philip Dalidakis stepping aside to make way for more women in the cabinet. The move follows the Labor party’s crushing victory at Saturday’s state election, which returned the Andrews’ government for another term. As Minister for Trade and Investment, Minister… Read more »

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LaunchVic pledges 2.3 million to fund startup investor course

- August 8, 2018 2 MIN READ

Government startup agency LaunchVic has just announced a $2.35m investment to create the next generation of startup angel and venture capital investors in Victoria. As part of the new deal, LaunchVic will fund the Wade Institute of Entrepreneurship to deliver one of Australia’s first university-affiliated startup investor course, delivered by world-class VC experts and practitioners. The ground-breaking… Read more »

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Jar Aerospace win the top honour at the Cisco Start Challenge

- July 6, 2018 4 MIN READ

Tech startup Jar Aerospace has walked away with the top gong at the Cisco Start Challenge pitch competition. The newly formed company, whose focus is on developing and manufacturing purpose-built Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (AKA drones), scored $40,000 worth of digital transformation for their business. Speaking to Kochie’s Business Builders (KBB) following the pitch comp, Samuel… Read more »

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SA startup paving the way for accessibility wins eNVIe

- June 21, 2018 2 MIN READ

A passion to help people living with a disability access adventure experiences and plan travel has seen Clair Crowley, founder of The Good Scout Travel Company, pick up the Golden eNVIe at this year’s annual awards. Crowley was one of six finalists to vie for the top honour at a special ceremony at Flinders University’s… Read more »

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Women run startups generate more revenue despite less funding

- June 7, 2018 3 MIN READ

Despite receiving less funding than male-founded ventures, women-owned companies are generating more revenue, a study has found. Looking at data on investment funding and revenue generated by 350 US-based startups over five years, a report written by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in conjunction with startup accelerator MassChallengefound women-founded startups 78 US cents for every dollar… Read more »