Friday night I got along to a Heath Startup Weekend based at the Translational Research Institute, in an impressive facility behind the Princess Alexandra hospital. We have been interfacing with the startup community for some time so it was an excellent opportunity to do something a little more immersive as well as see what is happening… Read More A Startup Weekend In Health
There is a lot of focus in the Sports Technology world given to being a startup or making it as an entrepreneur. The Australian Sports Technologies network has been at the vanguard of much of this in Australia where we have had training from notables such as Jerry Engel and Steve Blank. One of… Read More Intrapreneur, Entrepreneur, Startup, Accelerator, Incubator?
The Australian Sports Technologies Network has just announced some seeding funding for start up companies. Its very exciting especially as our Queensland node of the ASTN consists of many a SME enterprise based on great ideas but struggling to get over the hump financially. It was reported in todays Financial Review too. Duncan Saville to… Read More Sports Technology Seed Funding for Startups
Most people probably heard of crowdsourced funding platforms like Kickstarter or Indiegogo. There are of course many other similar platforms all over the world that help budding entrepreneurs or generally people with new/good ideas to fulfil their venture. I wrote a little about crowdsourced funding for sports technology a year ago and since then, there has been a LOT more innovative sports tech… Read More Crowdsourcing Sports Innovation
A couple of weeks back, the Australian Sports Technology Network had their inaugural conference and it was a huge success. Very well attended by people in the industry, there were very interesting talks and discussions with views from various perspectives. Anyway, there’s a great summary of the event here. What was less known was the Sports Technology Innovation Bootcamp that… Read More Crowdsourced Funding For Sports Technology
The Sports Technologies Investment Pitching Competition is focused on driving the commercialisation of Australian-based sports technologies. The Competition is designed to uncover new sports technologies and assist entrepreneurs to commercialise these ideas, concepts, start-ups and early stage projects. Prizes will be awarded to the two entries with the most commercial potential. Prizes include; Winner $8,000 cash 12-months… Read More Got A Great Idea? Try The Sports Technologies Investment Pitching Competition