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iAuditor punches up at app awards

SafetyCulture’s flagship product iAuditor has taken out two categories at San Francisco’s tablet app competition the Tabby Awards, the only app to win twice. The Townsville company that could has won in Tabby’s Business categories’ “Data Access and Collection” and “IT or Business Tool”, ...

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SafetyCulture blazes the trail for regional startups

Three years after transforming workplace health and safety consultancy SafetyCulture into a software startup, founder and CEO Luke Anear has seen his company go global in more ways than one. With engineers poached from places ranging from Townsville’s James Cook ...

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How to be a “non-startup” startup with Alexandra Keating

First amongst Alexandra Keating’s pieces of advice for budding entrepreneurs is flat-out not using the term “startup”, as it encourages a mentality to make mistakes early on. Keating’s frankness and obvious success shamed a number of Creative³ guests, this journalist included, throughout her September 19th presentation. ...

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Disaster management software wins big at iAwards

Whitsundays-based company QIT+ has been awarded first place in this year’s iAwards’ community category, in both the State and National levels, for disaster management software Guardian. The company operates throughout Australia to assist disaster response efforts, and has worked to coordinate efforts ...

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Hacking beyond GovHack

As this year’s record-breaking GovHack finally winds down, organisers are looking to the event’s future. With a leap from two cities to 11, over 1300 participants and extraordinary media coverage, it makes sense that GovHack is looking to capitalise on ...

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Windows covered in Liquid State upgrade

Their system is one of the few that can produce native apps for all three major mobile platforms: iOS, Android and Windows Phone.

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Infinite Wardrobe launches to a growing community

Infinite Wardrobe

Brisbane startup Infinite Wardrobe launched their mobile app to an existing community of more than 4,000 fashion-conscious members today. Infinite Wardrobe makes it simple and free for people to buy and sell items of clothing and accessories through their phones. ...

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Digital shapeshifters Liquid State on raising capital in Queensland

The Liquid State team. Kit Kriewaldt, Cyril Doussin, Phil Haynes, Karen Andrews and Philip Andrews.

Most organisations generate a significant amount of content for their employees, customers, shareholders and other stakeholders to read. That content often ends up as a web page or downloadable PDF, or gets printed as hardcopy. While a few organisations have ...

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