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ArtLife named winner of QUT Creative Enterprise Australia’s Startup Weekend

  A 54-hour marathon event sees photo organisation startup voted most innovative by Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneur and a panel of esteemed judges   "MEDIA RELEASE" March 13, 2017 -- An app that will organise all of your photos by life event and stop you from ever losing your favourite snap has taken out QUT Creative Enterprise ... More

The five creative startups at the forefront of fashion at Creative Enterprise Australia

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia is putting Australian creative industries at the forefront of new trends and technology through its 2017 Fashion Accelerator program. The intensive accelerator mentors aspiring fashion startups and entrepreneurs, giving them access to a wealth of knowledge and business experience from real-world industry mentors across a ... More

Creative Enterprise Australia and Steve Baxter co-invest $500k in travel photography startup

Queensland-based travel photography startup Travelshoot has announced it has closed a $500,000 seed-funding round from QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) and Steve Baxter’s Transition Level Investments to scale its business and tackle the global tourism industry. The on-demand photography service that connects travellers with professional photog... More

2017 Indigenous Designer Scholarship – CEA Fashion Accelerator

2017 Indigenous Designer Scholarship - CEA Fashion Accelerator The scholarship is designed to support an Indigenous designer wishing to acquire the skills and experience needed to launch a career in the fashion industry. Recipients of this scholarship will gain entry to the 2017 CEA Fashion Accelerator Program, which will provide training, workspace, ... More

CEA backs music tech platform during $525,000 seed round

CEA-backed startup Audience Republic, an online platform that helps music event organisers increase ticket sales, has announced that it has closed a $525,000 seed investment round led by QUT Creative Enterprise Australia’s (CEA) dedicated creative tech Startup Fund, along with Artesian Capital and several Australian angel investors. Launched in October ... More

Creative-tech trends to watch in 2017

If there was one key takeaway from the 2016 Creative3 Forum, it’s that the creative technology industry is in a constant state of change and innovation. Right across the sector, creative technology startups are continually one step ahead of the zeitgeist as new technology is developed with a creative mindset. With 2017 upon us, these are the trends and ... More

Volunteer at Startup Weekend Brisbane | Creative Tech

What is Startup Weekend Startup Weekend is a 54-hour sprint where creative and tech minded folks get together and launch exciting new startup businesses in record time. To capture the magic and vibe of this weekend event we are looking for awesome student talent to share the stories in the lead up and during the event. It’s an entirely volunteer crew, ... More

CEA awarded funding to deliver Australia’s first creative tech accelerator

Four industry-focussed business accelerators will receive funding from the $9 million Advance Queensland Industry Accelerators Program to stimulate jobs and growth in early stage businesses and startups. Acting Minister for Innovation, Science and the Digital Economy Kate Jones said the Palaszczuk Government would fund industry-focussed accelerators to ... More

CEA backed TrademarkVision launches ‘deep learning’ image recognition for IP protection

CEA backed creative-tech startup, TrademarkVision, has announced the release of its ‘deep learning’ algorithms to further enhance its world leading image recognition technology. Law firms and corporates around the world leverage TrademarkVision to protect brands through visual search. However, highlighting the impact the new technology is having on ... More

CEA helps Hot DesQ entice more startups to Australia

Australia’s creative-tech hub, QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA), has today announced that two new startups will establish Australian operations onsite, via Queensland Government’s Advance Queensland Hot DesQ initiative. Artificial Intelligence (AI) biographer, Eternime, has secured a $100,000 grant from HotDesQ to help expand from its Romanian ... More