5 Results for month: 12/2017

7 Music Tech Disruptors in Australia

No longer confined to the physical limitations of instrumental and audio devices, the field of music tech is concentrating less on the improvement of tangible objects and sound, and more on fast tracking the creative process and integrating tech to reimagine the way they work. With a surge of virtual reality, predictive intelligence and distribution ... More

Year in review

The Coterie Our coworking space, The Coterie has recently welcomed a swell of new members from all professions including writers, filmmakers, graphic designers, business owners, media agencies and of course, our latest Hot DesQ cohort. A number of long standing office teams have graduated, including Alpha Digital, an agency that grew from a team of two to ... More

Former RM Williams chief Hamish Turner to join Queensland Creative Enterprise startup incubator

The former chief executive and managing director of iconic Australian footwear brand RM Williams has joined the Queensland University of Technology’s Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) startup hub, where he hopes to help fill the gaps for young entrepreneurs breaking into the creative tech and fashion space. Hamish Turner headed up RM Williams as its ... More

Alan Jones Joins CEA as Entrepreneur in Residence for Collider Accelerator

Courtesy of Startup Daily Prolific angel investor and BlueChilli advisor Alan Jones will next year join QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) as entrepreneur in residence for its creative tech accelerator, Collider. In this role, Jones said he will focus on supporting founders to develop their brand voice, provide direction on how they can create a ... More

Kusaga: Australia’s top eco activ-ists

The average cotton T-shirt takes about 2700 litres of water to produce (some 38 bathtubs full). But one Australian brand is on a mission to change that – having already managed to get the water required in production of its wears down to less than 1% of that number, as well as eliminating harmful chemicals and pesticides from the process as well. Gra... More