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StartupQLD launches interactive map of our ecosystem

Not-for-profit group StartupQLD launched an interactive and editable map of the state’s ecosystem earlier today. The map offers a comprehensive overview of the state’s startups and support systems, and includes categories such as research, startups, game studios, co-working, startup support (i.e. ...

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Fragmentation blues: How to address Brisbane’s splintered ecosystem

Fragmentation isn’t just something Android developers need to worry about. Fragmentation frustrates. It slows things down, it causes duplication of effort, and in a startup ecosystem, fragmentation can severely stunt growth. A recent conversation about setting up a hub for startups ...

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Selling entrepreneurship at Startups in Parliament

Last week, local startups, mentors, and investors came to Parliament House to talk about how Queensland could support and encourage entrepreneurship. As one of the startup representatives, I had five minutes to outline my story and my ideas. It was ...

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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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