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Hello Alan, We’ve just wrapped up at [University Incubator] and have fortunately been short-listed into [An Australian accelerator] program. The next and final step is bootcamp this weekend. I notice you’re a mentor in the program so thought I’d just ask if you have any advice going into the bootcamp? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks, Founder...
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  Writally- Cas McCullough Cas McCullough, founder and CEO of Writally, is on a mission to make terrible business blogs a thing of the past! While ‘publish or perish’ used to only apply to professional authors and academics, in the current digital market landscape it now applies to almost everyone. As a successful, published author with...
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CurrencyVue – Matthew Tyrrell  Matt’s strong background in financial services and business systems proved handy when he was faced with a growing problem that wasn’t going anywhere. He decided it was time to take on the challenge and help bring international payments further into the 21st century. Read on for more insight into where he’s come...
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Therapair – Danielle McFarland & Sheree Evans Coming from a strong client engagement and startup experience background these two ladies are nothing short of impressive. They found themselves coming up against a variety of challenges on their mission to change how customers and wellness practitioners connect. Applying for the BlueChilli 156 accelerator program was one...
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Especially now that innovation is on the national agenda, there’s a lot of talk around incubators, accelerators and coworking hubs or spaces. But what is the difference between these? Turns out, there’s a huge amount of difference and it’s important to understand them if you’re thinking of using their services. Depending on your individual requirements,...
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agritech in the field
When we chose to focus on agribusiness for this round of the Westpac Innovation Challenge, I admit I was a touch nervous. We’ve been sticking seeds in the dirt and collecting animals in our communities for centuries without deviating too far from the original methods. Sure, the opportunity for innovation in agribusiness is huge —...
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7th July 1959: Moulds used to make spaceship couches
Lean Startup Machine is not a hackathon or conference, but an educational workshop that teaches entrepreneurs the process of validating business ideas through hands-on experimentation and mentorship. Three days is an extremely short amount of time, but it’s enough to test multiple business concepts, identify which one has the most potential, and even collect some revenue from customers....
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