Mahesh Sharma

Mahesh Sharma earned his pen licence in his homeland, where he covered the technology industry for ZDNet, SMH, Sky Business News, and The Australian--first as an FTE, and later as a freelancer. The latter fueled his passion for startups and empowered a unique perspective on entrepreneurs' passion to solve problems using technology. Armed with this knowledge, experience, and discipline, Mahesh has returned to his spiritual homeland India to document the mixed fortunes of one of the world's most exciting technology economies.

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Science exchange start-up moves on NSW

Science exchange start-up moves on NSW

Experiments-outsourcing marketplace Science Exchange has raised $1.5 million in funding from a who's who of Silicon Valley investors, just months after the start-up graduated from the illustrious Y Combinator incubator program.

published December 6, 2011 by

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Apple, Kelly Slater, Startup Weekend... TaskWant

Apple, Kelly Slater, Startup Weekend... TaskWant

Tyson Lundbech has mixed with some of the best and brightest entrepreneurs, including Apple and 11 times world champion surfer Kelly Slater. He's conquered Startup Weekends around the world and then successfully brought the concept to Australia. Now Lundbech's embarked on a start-up of his own.

published November 21, 2011 by

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Grabble opportunity with both hands

Grabble opportunity with both hands

Wollongong start-up Grabble has become the latest Aussie success story after being acquired by Walmart's research and development unit, but for a while it seemed the boys almost missed the opportunity.

published November 10, 2011 by

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Chinese market has tongues wagging

Chinese market has tongues wagging

Melbourne language learning application developer Native Tongue will chart a new course in its global expansion, prompted by an excursion to Beijing to exhibit at the first international TechCrunch Disrupt conference.

published October 31, 2011 by

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