Dan Palmer and Eddie Huang – cousins and co-founders of Tribefire – explain how a new startup learns from customers and pivots product, match market need to founder vision.
On our first VR special, the tech seemed poised to become the Next Big Thing. What happens to startups – like InspaceXR and EqualReality – when an enabling technology fails to reach scale?
InspaceXR provides a plug-in one-click pathway between architectural programs like AutoCAD and immersive visualisation using virtual reality…
EqualReality creates environments that help expose and educate people the unconscious biases and behaviours within the workplace…
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Australian startup legend Mick Liubinskas likes to do things the hard way, so he moved to Silicon Valley to scale his skills as a startup entrepreneur – and shares what he’s learned.
Mick’s working on a new book: She’s Building a Robot — check it out!
He’s also just launched an AI Video Marketing tool here.
We’re joined by ‘Rescue Mike’ Nicholls and Anne-Marie Elias, discussing the big stories for startups: the Access Act, Startup Muster funding, Shoes of Prey collapsing – and paying yourself enough as a founder!
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We’re back for Series 7 of This Week in Startups Australia! For this series our theme is all about scale – the hardest job for any entrepreneur.
Jason’s back — and he’s been to Australia. What did Jason learn about Australia’s startup ecosystem at LAUNCH Sydney? He spills the beans, and shares his hopes for a thriving angel ecosystem – and how to make that happen.
Ian Gardiner has run Innovation Bay for sixteen years – we explore his journey from VIOCORP through AWS to Jelix, with startups at the centre — on our final episode of series six!
We’ll be back in 2019 with more great stories from Australia’s startup ecosystem!
Here’s that StartupSmart article I referenced, about the growing tech talent gap in Australia.
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The fifth annual Startup Muster survey of the Australian startup ecosystem contains a wealth of sobering statistics about where we’re going backward. Monica Wulff and Murray Hurps go through the good, the bad, and the data.
To read the report for yourself, go here.