Tag: startups

  • This kiwi startup is making getting an insurance plan hassle free

    Here’s a Kiwi startup that is making getting insurance easy as. Stash is an all-digital insurance platform, enabling people to buy contents insurance that is relevant to their needs and lifestyles, quickly and easily. We all know getting insurance can be quite the hassle, sometimes we don’t have the patience to find the perfect one… Read more »

  • A Non-Techies Guide to Choosing Your Startup CTO

    As a non-technical founder, you’re going to need a Startup CTO in charge of the tech side of your startup. But how on earth do you find them and choose them?! Get some enlightenment on the CTO dilemma right here.

  • We are in the midst of Industry 4.0 and here’s what you need to know

    The fourth industrial revolution is well on its way, and we are in the midst of it. We are aware of the first, second and third industrial revolution and the advancement that it has brought us. The fourth industrial revolution, also known as industry 4.0, is the evolution of what we call ‘smart factory’. If you’ve… Read more »

  • The ‘most innovative economy’ Seoul is recruiting startups all over the world

    Here’s an opportunity for you to enter Asia’s market, K-Startup Grand Challenge 2018 is looking for startups that want to expand to Asia. This is the third time the National IT Industry Promotion Agency (NIPA) and the South Korean government will invest in startups from all over the world, providing huge support ranging from regulatory… Read more »

  • New Zealand a startup ‘Utopia’, but VC’s call for more funding

    Ahhhh New Zealand- known the world over for its unstoppable national rugby team, stunning mountain ranges, beautiful lakes and vistas AND its vibrant startup ecosystem. You heard right. New Zealand’s startup community has, for the better part of two decades, consistently punched well above its weight for a country of its size. Birthing 8 unicorns in… Read more »

  • Why do so many startups fail?

    Your startup will likely fail. Get used to it. But why do startups fail? The startup world is incredibly volatile and one fraught with many ups and downs, risks and huge losses and gains of potential investment and funding. In an article recently published by FastCompany titled; ‘ Why most venture-backed companies fail’, it was… Read more »

  • Brisbane set to become a new player in startup race

    I’m not trying to start a fight here, I promise. Since the dawn of the 1990’s, Australia’s young entrepreneurs and budding startup founders have looked to the country’s economic hub, Sydney, to begin their businesses. It’s no surprise that Sydney ranks highest regarding new startups, with 35% of the country’s startup’s, followed by Melbourne at… Read more »

  • Are our government initiatives enough to help young Australian startups?

    Australia’s economy has stood strong for the better of three decades- largely unaffected by any major recessions and boasts 13th place in terms of the worlds largest economies, including 9th in the world for highest per-capita income.  The tech and innovation sectors are also growing at a rapid pace. So, if you’re thinking of beginning… Read more »