Ten creative tech companies spanning verticals including robotics, fashion tech, AR, VR and music tech have been selected by Queensland University of Technology’s startup hub Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) to participate in its 2018 Collider Accelerator.
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QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) today announces the 10 startups that have been accepted in its Collider Accelerator.
The three month accelerator is a proud Australian first which is carving the way for startups specialising across the creative tech verticals.
Commencing this week, the 10 participating ...
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QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has invited creative tech startups to apply for its Collider Accelerator are now open.
Up to 11 emerging and highly-scalable companies will be selected for Collider, which is being spearheaded this year by Alan Jones, a founding investor in Pollenizer, Startmate and Blackbird ...
QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) has opened applications for Collider Accelerator - an Australian first in the creative tech scene.
Heading up the 2018 program is the new Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR) Alan Jones who is revered as the most active Angel Investor in the country.
Acting CEO Mark Gustowski says ...