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Initiate48
We’re happy to say we’ve been able to rescue the youth entrepreneur hackathon Initiate 48 which unfortunately lost its venue a few days ago. At Initiate 48, senior high school and undergraduate university student attendees will pitch ideas, form teams and build businesses or social ventures with the guidance of Australia’s top entrepreneurs. On Sunday, attendees...
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hourofcode
For the week beginning 7 December, in more than 1,000 locations in Australia, and 96,000 locations around the world, people will volunteer their time, to teach tens of millions of kids, some of the fundamentals of computer science, or “coding” during Hour Of Code. Learning coding helps kids develop problem-solving skills, logic, and creativity. By starting early, we...
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What more can we do to support the growth of Australia’s future innovation industries? Assistant Minister for Innovation Hon Wyatt Roy MP today announced the launch of Policy Hack, a new initiative in industry policy design to take place on Saturday 17 October in Sydney. “The Federal Government is committed to making innovation a centrepiece...
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Launched by our kickass Melbourne team earlier this year, ChilliChats is a series of informal meetings where you can come into the office, sit down with our team and ask them your burning startup-related questions. For Startup Spring 2015, we decided to bring ChilliChats to Sydney for the first time and the event quickly sold...
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At BlueChilli, we’re big fans of collaboration, creative ideas and of course, innovation. That’s why we’re proud to support initiatives such as the Citi Mobile Challenge, a new accelerator program/virtual hackathon hybrid that’s challenging developers all over the world to come up with the next big thing in FinTech. You’ll be given access to numerous...
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AngelHack Sydney 2015, the second leg of the global series of hackathons organised by AngelHack took place at BlueChilli start-up space last weekend and it was a great success. Here are some numbers: More than 100 people attended the event in person; During the weekend, more than 1,000 people followed the live-stream of the event on...
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It’s been fantastic to see Australia’s big corporates get actively involved in innovation and supporting startups even at the very early stage. Both side of this equation can benefit from closer collaboration: corporations often have the resources to support new ventures – more than just financial resources they can offer existing customers, distribution channels, brand recognition, valuable...
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Melbourne startup event calendar in CalendarTree
If you’re having trouble getting the word out about your startup events, or having trouble keeping up with the growing number of startup events happening each week, we might be able to help. Longtime Aussie startup community member Claudia Barriga-Larriviere is now using CalendarTree to setup and maintain an online calendar of events including Sydney Startup Events and...
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