The Fishburners 'startup community' is still expanding rapidly, with the not-for-profit launching virtual membership to keep up with demand.
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The country's corporate regulator has licensed the first crowdsourced funding intermediaries under the new money-raising regime.
With support from ANZ and NAB, Stone & Chalk has headed south, partnering with SproutX to launch its Melbourne-based agriculture and finance technology accelerator hub.
With Data61 as a customer, Sydney's Expert360 wants to see the government consume more services from startups.
Amazon Web Services believes it will benefit everyone if the startup ecosystem is successful.
Assistant Minister for Digital Transformation Angus Taylor's grand vision for innovation within government starts with opening up procurement opportunities to smaller Australian tech players.
Grab has raised $750 million in equity financing in a funding round led by SoftBank, increasing its total capital position to over $1 billion.
Veredictum is taking on piracy in the film and television industry, starting with script distribution, and is eyeing off a future of tackling illegal downloads.
The Queensland government has launched a program aiming to make it easier for startups and small businesses to fill government contracts.
The success of a startup ecosystem is dependent on having entrepreneurs lead the way, Brad Feld, managing director at Foundry Group and co-founder of Techstars, has said.