October 4th 2016 | Idea Spies
Visit the post for more.Description: Sydney-based start-up accelerator BlueChilli has launched a new program called SheStarts to encourage women tech entrepreneurs in Australia.
October 4th 2016 | www.startupsmart.com.au
Sydney accelerator BlueChilli has unveiled a $1 million early-stage startup fund to back the most promising female founders in Australia.
October 4th 2016 | www.theaustralian.com.au
Sydney-based start-up accelerator BlueChilli has launched a new program designed to address the gender gap in the burgeoning technology sector in Australia.
October 3rd 2016 | Startup Daily
BlueChilli has officially launched SheStarts, its accelerator program for female founders. Ten women will be selected to take part in the six month program, set to run from January next year, with each to receive $100,000 in pre-seed funding.
August 9th 2016 | Women's Agenda
On ABC’s Q&A recently, I asked the new federal Assistant Minister for Innovation about the dwindling number of women in government (the worst levels we’ve seen in 20 years) and the impact this will have on Australia’s innovation agenda. The response? Well, it’s because of merit.
August 3rd 2016
Last month, our team at BlueChilli won a “Merit Award” for innovation, recognising our work supporting startups across Australia. As we stood smiling for the cameras, certificate in hand, it dawne...
by Nicola Hazell
July 25th 2016 | Startup Daily
Over a hundred women came together to launch new startups across two events this weekend, with Sydney coworking community Fishburners hosting its Female Founders Hackathon and Girl Geek Academy holding its third annual SheHacks event in Melbourne.