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First week at a startup: SafetyCulture

The following is an edited, first-hand account of Shirley Gwynn’s inaugural week as Head of Customer Experience at SafetyCulture. An earlier version can be found at the SafetyCulture Blog. Meet me – someone who has only worked in large organisations, with thousands of employees, ...

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SafetyCulture launches surgical checklist

Townsville startup SafetyCulture has launched an addition to its iAuditor application that provides medical professionals with surgical safety checklists. The list was developed under the guidelines of the World Health Organisation (WHO) as part of its global initiative ‘Safe Surgery ...

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Startups face fears/investors at pitch night

Pitching can be terrifying, especially to unfamiliar faces. Even accounting for common (and very reasonable) fears of public speaking, asking for something from strangers is a daunting experience. “I don’t like having a conversation along the lines of ‘Hey I’m ...

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Regional QLD teams dominate award nominations

Easily surpassing every other state in the country, North QLD has produced two of the total three regional finalists at this year’s StartupSmart Awards. Along with categories such as “Best Disruptor”, “Fastest Growing Startup” and “Best Social Change Entrepreneur”, StartupSmart yesterday announced ...

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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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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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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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