4 Results for month: 05/2017

Support creative start-ups, says former APN chief Brett Chenoweth

Former APN News & Media chief executive Brett Chenoweth has called for more capital to be invested in start-up firms in the $90 billion creative sector of the Australian economy as he prepares to take a key role in driving a new incubator, accelerator and investment fund in the space. Mr Chenoweth has been appointed chairman of QUT Creative Enterpr... More

Budget 2017: Startups disappointed with ‘traditional’ budget

Startups have been left reeling from Tuesday night's federal budget, with founders believing they have been left out in the cold - unless they're a fintech company. Expert360 chief executive Bridget Loudon asked "has the government forgotten about startups?" while phrases such as "diluted down," "all talk" and "a joke" were rife through the sector after ... More

Australia’s startup sector says the budget has abandoned Turnbull’s ‘innovation agenda’ after just one year

The Australian startup community says Tuesday night’s federal budget lacked support for innovation and entrepreneurship. StartupAus CEO Alex McCauley said the startup sector “dropped off the radar”. “That will certainly cause some frustration, because the government has done a lot to build expectations that it is committed to making Australia ... More

Virgin Startup Joins with Collider Accelerator to Support Australian Entrepreneurs

        MEDIA RELEASE:   QUT Creative Enterprise Australia can announce Virgin Startup as an exclusive facilitator for Australia’s first creative tech accelerator program. The Virgin powerhouse will be giving Australian startups a boost as they join the facilitator line-up for Collider, run by QUT Creative ... More