Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Former Foxtel and Fox Networks Executives launch music platform

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Oh! Jazz is an on-demand platform, which brings live jazz from iconic clubs in Australia and around the world to the homes of Aussie subscribers, turning their lounge rooms into live jazz venues. A subscription-based OTT platform, Oh! Jazz features a selection of over 150 live shows each year from Madrid, Tokyo, London, Austin, Sydney and Melbourne, exhibiting all jazz styles, including bluesy roots, swinging bebop and latin-infused jazz to name a few. 

Food waste startup Good & Fugly launches crowdfunding campaign

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Good & Fugly, the Sydney startup rescuing (f)ugly, but fresh produce and delivering it directly to consumers' doors, is launching an equity crowdfunding campaign to help scale and amplify its mission to tackle Australia’s food waste epidemic. The fundraising campaign launches through Birchal on July 11th, with Expression of Interest (EOI) kicking off on June 21st.

New agribusiness app Onside making significant strides in South Australia

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An app designed for the agricultural industry launched in South Australia and is transforming the way farmers and growers manage their land, staff and operations. The app, Onside, was developed by New Zealand Agritech start-up Onside and has around 35,000 registered users across a variety of agricultural sectors, including wine, fruit and cattle in its home market.

Australian outdoor start-up Tactica set for first equity crowdfunding campaign

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Aussie outdoor and adventure brand, Tactica, is set to launch its first equity crowdfunding campaign after years of success. After increasing revenue by 100% between 2021 and 2022, the multi-award winning NSW North Coast based product designer is launching its campaign via Birchal on June 28, with expressions of interest having opened June 7. 

Techstars further shows commitment to the start-up ecosystem in Korea

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Techstars, an investment business that provides capital access, mentorship, and customized programming for early-stage entrepreneurs, announces for the participation in Nextrise 2022. The exhibition hosted by Korea Development Bank (KDB) and Korea International Trade Association (KITA) encourages entrepreneurship across Korea. Nextrise 2022 will be held at COEX on June 16 and 17 with expected attendance of more than 3,000 companies.

How to decolonise the degraded First Nations entrepreneurial landscape

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First Nations entrepreneurs have been at the forefront of innovation and entrepreneurship from being the oldest bakers in the world to building the oldest known aquaculture that was used for farming fish and eels. However, they are often overlooked by the mainstream Australian economy due to systemic discrimination, institutional racism and cultural bias.

Hub Australia furthers its Melbourne City offering with landlord partnership

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Australia’s leading premium flexible workspace provider Hub Australia expands its Melbourne offering with the announcement of a new purpose built, hospitality focused Balaclava workspace, in partnership with property developer, owner and manager, Ninety-Four Feet. 

Major research reveals African entrepreneurs are set for take off

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African business leaders are expecting the entrepreneurial spirit to take off over the next three years on the back of an improved environment for business and greater political stability, new research for blockchain-based mobile network operator World Mobile shows.

Blinq raises $5m to build simple, shareable identities for anyone

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Blinq, a fast-growing startup based in Melbourne, has raised AUD$5m from Blackbird and Square Peg Capital to revolutionise how experts share details and manage relationships. Blinq lets you share a snapshot of your professional identity, make great first impressions. Blinq replaces business cards and static contact apps with a live profile that can be shared with anyone via QR code, NFC card, short link, email signature or even video call background.

KAUST spins-in five top startups to bring new tech to Saudi Arabia

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King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has wrapped up 'Destination Deep Tech,' a Saudi-first program that spins in top global startups to the Kingdom to develop deep tech innovations. The startups - CeEntek, Hopu, Insignes-Labs, Pasqal, and Proteinea - will experience the three-month program due to their tech expansion into the MENA region.