I was fortunate to be able to ask Antony Mittelmark a couple of questions about his new venture uVent, a social media powered issue resolution service.
Monthly Archives: April 2012
River City Labs (as reported previously by iTechReport) is a new startup incubator in Brisbane.
One thing that frustrates Aussies is the fact that despite being an English speaking country, we are generally behind the US and UK in legal media streaming services.
Australian telco Telstra and music streaming service MOG have announced a partnership that will see MOG available in Australia in the coming months.
Matthew Landauer, co-founder of startup bleep.ly talks about the process of getting Push Start support, choosing software platforms and the strtup lifestyle How did you come up with the idea for bleep.ly? Together, Matthew and Henare have created open government projects that have helped hundreds-of-thousands of Australians. While working on these projects we were astonished to see how government was responding to the rise of social media. Instead of seeing it as an opportunity [...]
In breaking news this morning, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has approved the acquisition by pay television provider Foxtel of regional provider Austar.
Australian site PushStart.com.au recently announced its first class of startup funding/mentoring.
Motorola has quietly launched a new handset, dubbed the GLEAM, for Australian customers through Crazy Johns.
IFS, the global enterprise applications company announced on March 13 that Atherton, Australia’s only manufacturer of large infection control equipment and one of the largest manufacturers and installers of commercial kitchen equipment will be implementing IFS applications. This will allow customer service management and mobility to become part of the core of its ERP system.
iiNet has today announced a new application for its fetchtv subscription service, as well as confirming reduced contractual periods for new subscribers.