One of the world’s biggest startup accelerators Startupbootcamp is coming to Australia

One of the biggest startup accelerators in the world will be running in Australia from next year after scoring a Victorian government grant to set up shop in Melbourne. Startupbootcamp received $600,000 from the LaunchVIC innovation fund, and will be using the funding to launch its renowned accelerator program in Australia from 2017. Startupbootcamp was […]

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Australian founders raise $2.1 million for their startup Proxy as it officially launches

Two Aussie entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley have raised $2.1 million ($US1.6 million) for their startup Proxy as it officially launches its first Internet of Things-focused product. Sydney co-founders Denis Mars and Simon Ratner co-founded Proxy in San Francisco and recently completed the renowned Y Combinator accelerator program. Proxy offers a platform aiming to integrate all the […]

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With Panda in stealth mode, why Google’s quality updates should be on your algorithmic radar [Part 1]

What are Google’s quality updates (aka Phantom updates), and how can you recover? In part one of a two-part series on Phantom, columnist Glenn Gabe explains the history and possible mechanics of these algorithm updates. The post With Panda in stealth mode, why Google’s quality updates should be on… Please visit Search Engine Land for […]

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Brisbane startup DoseMe closes $2.6 million Series A round to deliver its “life-saving” technology to the world

A Brisbane startup pioneering “life-saving” digital medical solutions has closed a $2.6 million Series A round as it looks to rapidly expand around the world. DoseMe secured the funding from two prominent healthcare executive, Results Physiotherapy founders Greg Spurgin and Gary Cunningham, who will be joining seed investor and Shark Tank judge Steve Baxter on […]

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How immigration can help Australia become more innovative

Like so many others in Australia, I’m a migrant. I jumped through all the rigorous hoops to live, work and settle in Australia. While a part of me will always be fond of my birth country, I’ve adopted Australia as home. I believe most rational Australians are perplexed by the current debate about immigration. What […]

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