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Technology startups exposed to legal risk due to omission from copyright scheme: StartupAUS

Australia’s peak startup body, StartupAUS, has expressed disappointment in a senate committee’s recommendation to exclude technology companies from legislation extending the copyright safe harbour...

Startups to have easier access to global talent under new scheme being piloted by government

A new visa scheme will be piloted for 12 months from 1 July, this year, in a bid to attract highly-skilled global talent to...

Business founders might need to entertain passing the torch to new growth enablers

To unlock massive growth, business leaders must be comfortable with the idea of not only going global but also – when it makes sense...

“Huge coup for Sydney” – $35m startup hub to host exclusive Microsoft accelerator program

The launch of the Sydney Startup Hub, today, has coincided with an announcement that Microsoft has signed up as a tenant and will run...

StartupAUS calls for ‘swift translation’ of 2030 Innovation plan into ‘tangible policy action’

The Federal Government will “carefully consider” a strategy, prepared by Innovation and Science Australia (ISA), to transform Australia into a “top tier innovation nation”...

Let’s Talk: Technology trends

Blockchain, cryptocurrencies and e-wallets. Wearables such as Google Glass and fitness trackers. Sharing economy platforms. ConstructionTech. Machine learning and artificial intelligence. Bots, smart home...

The National innovation conversation ‘needs a kickstart’: StartupAUS welcomes new minister

Michaelia Cash’s appointment as Minister for Jobs and Innovation is welcome recognition that the two aspects are “closely linked’, according to StartupAUS CEO Alex...

The Crossroads Report: poor access to global talent but it’s not all bad news for startups

Although it’s becoming easier for startups to raise capital in Australia, high-growth companies are hamstrung by a shallow pool of global talent, warned Alex...

StartupAUS refreshes its leadership team

Australia’s peak advocacy group for startups, StartupAUS, has welcomed four new board members: Elaine Stead (MD, Blue Sky Venture Capital), Rachael Neumann (investment advisor...

“In Silicon Valley, success means something much bigger”: startup specialist Colin Kinner

Colin Kinner doesn’t have much patience for the tall poppies of Australia or people who are intellectually dishonest in business. He does, however, have...