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Creative³ Pitch spotlights creative startups

QUT Creative Enterprise Australia (CEA) recently extended their deadline for the Creative³ Pitch (to today, so get applying now). As part of Australia’s premier conference for creative entrepreneurs, Creative³, the pitch presents a unique investment and networking opportunity for early stage ...

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Startups in Parliament hints at collaborative future

The Queensland Government sees the state's startup sector as a vital to productivity and competition and wants to see entrepreneurship taught to school students.

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Unearthed Brisbane breaks the hackathon mould

More than eighty local developers competed in resource hackathon Unearthed Brisbane over the weekend, an event that diverged from typical startup competitions with set industry and government challenges. Hosted by River City Labs but run by RIIT, Unearthed Brisbane launched the ...

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We Are Hunted’s founder weighs in on the machinery of music

The founder of one of Brisbane’s most successful startups, acquired music platform We Are Hunted, has shared his thoughts on the state of personal music app design. Released last week, Stephen Phillips’ “Why Do I Like This Song?” is a ...

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Two years on from Crowley: Hubs and Documentarians

The Story So Far… In 2012, Brisbane hosted Tyler Crowley as a visiting entrepreneur. Crowley was optimistic about the future of the Brisbane startup scene, and he gave a list of ingredients we would need in order to thrive. Two ...

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Two years on from Crowley: Meetups

Two years ago, Brisbane hosted its first official visiting entrepreneur. Tyler Crowley arrived shortly after the launch of the Digital Brisbane strategy, when Twitter’s acquisition of local startup We Are Hunted was big news. Since Crowley’s credentials include helping build ...

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StreetEats launch shifts the food-truck paradigm

Food vendor app StreetEats launched last week with a party that drew hundreds and demonstrated the challenges of upsetting hospitality conventions. Held at Wandering Cooks in South Brisbane as part of local food festival ‘Thank Truck it’s Thursday,’ the event ...

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Fashion label finds pain-free business model

Brisbane fashion entrepreneur Amy Dallas has implemented an innovative business model in order to improve the lives of young people living with chronic pain – starting with her own. In September last year, Dallas launched the fashion label Chronic Youth, with a ...

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A premature pat on the back

Australia’s startup scene is thriving. If it weren’t for a few regulatory speed bumps like the Employee Share Scheme and crowdfunding regulation, we’d be taking the world by storm. At least, that’s the impression you get from reading startup coverage ...

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Top 10 stories of 2014

It’s been a heck of a year for Queensland innovation, and for us here at TSJ. From Startup Weekend QLD to GovHack to Creative³, 2014 had something for entrepreneurs and tech lovers of all persuasions. So come with us and revisit some of ...

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