The world’s largest youth-led non-for-profit organisation, AIESEC is encouraging tech startups in their high-growth phase to welcome an international intern to work for them for a maximum of one year.
From the 18th to the 22nd of July, the streets of Sydney will be filled with some of the brightest, up-and-coming business leaders and entrepreneurial minds that we have ever seen. It is Sydney’s turn to host the G20 Young Entrepreneurs Summit – and that means it is time for all us entrepreneurs under the age of 40 to put on a good show and welcome our international guests.
In July 2013, Founder and CEO of DesignQuotes, Daniel Duckworth raised an undisclosed amount of funds in order to rebrand, make major improvements to their software and invest in a content marketing strategy.
A new job portal, Jobooh, has been launched to support startups in the field of Human Resources. Startups looking to recruit can place job postings on the platform at no cost whatsoever, and find qualified employees to help bring their vision to life.
Looking at the size of the 1200 strong crowd above I am taken back to three years ago when I attended my first ever Unconvention with 350 other like minded people – the growth of the movement is something that Jack Delosa and his team should be extremely proud of.
It may not be obvious, but Startup Muster may just be one of the best initiatives of the year. Launched today, Startup Muster is a survey of the Australian startup community, that will detail what Australia has accomplished every year.
Australia’s venture capital scene has just gotten itself a new player – a major player with lot’s of resources and experience behind it. Westpac Banking Corp announced today that they will be launching its own limited partnership fund similar to those used in Silicon Valley.
Beat the Q, the startup eliminating the need for time-poor and chronically impatient café-goers to wait in line, has acquired one of Australia’s leading loyalty apps eCoffeeCard.