EOFY means startups need to do their sums – and file for their research and development tax credits, instant asset writeoffs, and much more. TWISTA speaks with Swanson Reed‘s Damian Smyth and Alex Chisholm about how clever startups can document their way into big tax refunds – no profits required!
A pandemic-driven transition to telehealth meant Silvia Pfeiffer‘s Coviu grew massively over the last year. How does she balance growth against the ever-changing rules of Australia’s Medicare system? And what has Silvia learned about building a successful startup?
George Peppou knew nothing about biotech when he co-founded VOW; he’s now well on his way to vat-growing meats that could feed billions around the world. Is biotech fundamentally different – and how has VOW used the best bits of tech startups to accelerate their growth?
An epidemic of data leaks proves businesses need to rethink how they collect, store and operate on our personal data. TIDE co-founder and CEO Mike Loewy tells us what it takes to bring the best of blockchain – invisibly, and securely – to nearly every digital product and service.
Ricky Sutton built Oovvuu into a successful media company by challenging the platform monopolies of Google and Facebook – offering an alternative, and beating them at their own game. He shares his secrets for success when going up against trillion-dollar companies!
TWISTA welcomes back SheEO Country Lead Julie Trell and Main Sequence GP Mike Nicholls to explore the post-pandemic landscape for startups, emerging funding models – and what their experience has taught them are the key elements for a successful startup.
As we enter the chronic phase of the pandemic, what needs to be fixed? A dream panel of Annie Parker, Ian Gardiner, Murray Hurps and Julie Trell address challenges facing startups in an uncertain ‘new normal’ COVID-19 economy.
Big thanks to our sponsor for Series 8, UTS Startups – driving the next generation of entrepreneurs – more at https://startups.uts.edu.au