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Triiyo Empowering parents
This is a guest blog by Rebecca Grainger, CEO and founder of Triiyo, a customised platform that transforms the parental leave experience for employees through enhanced communication, engagement and connectivity. Currently 11 weeks into the Xcelerate program, Rebecca has uncovered a lot of truths about being a woman in her 40’s, a mum and a...
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BlueChilli Team getting out and about
At BlueChilli, we have a fun monthly ritual called “Crew Roulette”. It’s as straightforward as the name suggests. Every single BlueChilli team member (Crew), is paired randomly (like Roulette), and encouraged to spend time together by going outside of the building #GOOB. GOOB: A little acronym with huge meaning #GOOBing (verb); to hang out, do...
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It’s been two weeks since we announced we’re collecting updated data for the StartRail maps of the startup ecosystems in Australia so it’s time to drill down into what we’ve collected so far. It’s also time to remind you to submit your startup’s details, or if you’re an accelerator, incubator, investor, or university, encourage your...
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GiggedIn - BlueChilli
It’s kind of a big deal when your startup gets featured on National TV. GiggedIn, born in the BlueChilli program, is a very successful subscription ticketing platform dreamed up by Edwin Onggo when he was at uni offers members access to more than 50 events (from live music to cinemas to comedy shows) every month...
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If you’ve visited a startup premises in Sydney or Melbourne you may have seen a StartRail map pinned to the wall. A StartRail map looks a bit like a public transport map, showing how and where many of Sydney and Melbourne’s startups got started. Begun as a small project for a design student intern in 2012, the...
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Author’s note: WordPress only provides for one author on a blog post, and it uses the last author to edit the story when it determines who to credit. But truthfully, a chunk of the credit for this blog post and all of the credit for the cool interactive infographic at the end of the article  goes to my coworker and...
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Geo's initial sketch
IN THE PURSUIT OF COLOUR Melbourne has a pretty great rep for street art. Hosier and Union Lanes in the CBD are hotspots for tourists and art lovers to appreciate amazing urban creators. At BlueChilli Melbourne, we are lucky enough to have a very “Melbourne” warehouse space. We reside in a bluestone heritage listed building, on the top level...
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Are there ways we can fight back against the growing problem of online hate speech on social media? If we bring together a diverse range of people including activists, experts, victims and past perpetrators, can we develop some early concepts in the space of a few days? Yes! These past few days it was a...
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Last month BlueChilli was a proud prize sponsor of Australia’s national #HealthHack 2016, which was a resounding success. Across hackathon venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane and Perth, the weekend of 14-16 October saw more than 300 people from diverse professions and backgrounds come together to work on 47 health-related technology challenges. Some of the...
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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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