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  • Verrency signs long-term innovation services deal with volt bank

    Australian global payments innovation provider Verrency has signed a significant long-term deal with volt bank, Australia’s first independent 100% digital bank. The multi-year agreement enables volt bank to leverage Verrency’s cloud-based payments innovation platform and services marketplace to enable cost-effective delivery of a multitude of value-added services to its customers. The agreement comes on the… Read more »

  • Fleet Space Technologies unveils launch partners for first nanosatellite launches ​

    Fast-growing Australian Internet of Things (IoT) startup Fleet Space Technologies has today announced launch plans for the first of two nanosatellites, Centauri I and II, in 2018.  The first of Fleet Space Technologies’ nanosatellites is under contract to launch with Spaceflight aboard an Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) by Antrix/ISRO. Fleet Space Technologies’ second nanosatellite will launch on Spaceflight’s… Read more »

  • Search begins for Dunedin’s most promising start-ups

    Dunedin today launches a competition to find the city’s most promising start-up businesses. Entries are open for the Challenger Series, a competition where three new businesses could each win up to $65k of value in services and a place in a four-month coaching series featuring Deloitte, Gallaway Cook Allan, Startup Dunedin and proven local and national entrepreneurs…. Read more »

  • Set sail for Blackbird’s Sunrise Island

    For an inspiring journey into the world of startups, join Australia’s leading venture capital firm Blackbird at Cockatoo Island on September 12, 2018. The world heritage-listed island on Sydney Harbour will be transformed for a day into Sunrise Island, a micronation led by innovative founders, thinkers and creators. As in previous years, Blackbird’s Sunrise conference will… Read more »

  • BlueChilli and Coca-Cola Amatil announce the Australian and New Zealand ‘Xcelerate’ startups

    In Sydney last night, Coca-Cola Amatil and BlueChilli announced the twelve successful founders who have earned their place, from a group of 40, in the inaugural Xcelerate program. The intensive 6-month program, powered by Australia’s largest tech start-up accelerator, BlueChilli, gives early-stage entrepreneurs the opportunity of a lifetime to quit their day job and have their innovative idea become… Read more »