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Regional startup JESI monitors workers’ safety

The growth of JESI, or Journey Events Safety Innovations, mirrors the evolution of regional entrepreneurship in QLD and, more specifically, reflects a recent push from the Townsville startup scene. Founded in 2012, JESI launched its journey management technology in March last year, ...

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Konveen and meetings in the cloud

Office dynamics are evolving. Online collaboration and conferencing tools, as well as the growth of co-working spaces, have inarguably changed interoffice communication, and, in the case of startups, some modern entrepreneurs advise against certain kinds of meetings altogether. But Cairns-based startup Konveen views ...

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Qrate.TV looks to socialise television

Rob Sutton is hoping to revolutionise the way we watch television. With Netflix, streaming devices and smart TVs already wildly upsetting the traditional viewing experience, his challenge was to figure out what hasn’t already been done. But his startup Qrate.TV, winner of ...

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On the value of startup competitions

Project Tripod’s recent journey to the Creative Business Cup in Denmark highlights the benefits that international competitions can bring to early stage businesses, as well as some of the potential costs. Co-founder Jordan Knight became the first Australian to compete ...

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Filmshelf to hit Brisbane racks

Jackson Scott does not fit the typical entrepreneur model. He has no business, economic or technological background. His new venture “Filmshelf,” where select films will be distributed through local cafes and packaged with visual artwork and critical reviews (pictured above), is ...

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Lessons from the Richard Branson Centre

Liquid State CEO Philip Andrews is back from a global tour of entrepreneurship, which culminated in a week at South Africa’s Richard Branson Centre for Entrepreneurship and highlighted Australia’s place within the global ecosystem. As part of winning the Digital Content award at Talent ...

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Atlassian’s Scott Farquhar leads $2M investment in SafetyCulture

Less than a month after dual-wins at the Tabby Awards, SafetyCulture has announced a $2.1M investment round lead by none other than Atlassian founder Scott Farquhar, as well as plans for a Sydney office. SafetyCulture founder and CEO Luke Anear emphasised that, ...

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Startup Weekend Queensland connects three separate events

Startup Weekend Queensland launches tonight in Cairns, Townsville and the Gold Coast, the first time the three events will operate simultaneously in the state. The 54-hour startup crash courses, which will follow the standard “Pitch, Build and Launch” structure of ...

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Creative³ Pitch winners head to global championships, may bring event home

The winner of this year’s Creative³ Pitch competition, longterm-timelapse app Project Tripod, is headed to Denmark this weekend for the world championships in creative entrepreneurship, the Creative Business Cup. A first for Australia, Creative Enterprise’s involvement with the event represents global ...

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Global expansion and Tipi HQ

For anyone needing a blueprint on exponential and international growth, might we direct you to Tipi HQ? A Brisbane-based data solutions company specialising in the extraction, analysis, and visualisation of real time data, Tipi is now in its fourth year ...

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