In a world where data governance looms as one of the bedrocks of a strong digital economy, Victoria is set to be at the forefront of advances.
Once seen as an expensive gimmick for early adopters, augmented reality is now mature enough to be a genuine enabling technology.
Victorian fintechs Afterpay and Touchcorp have merged, and are now taking their innovative shop now, pay later service global.
Around 200 Australian women will have the chance to turn their tech ideas into reality thanks to a new initiative from Girl Geek Academy.
Leading global tech solution company Aconex continues to be a game changer in the construction industry after nearly two decades.
Supporting startup founders through quality education programs, creating a more vibrant ecosystem is an important goal for LaunchVic CEO Kate Cornick.
The Melbourne-based company is committed to design and service innovation and strives to create solutions that ultimately improve people’s lives.
Melbourne-based company SportsTG provides cutting-edge digital solutions to the amateur and professional sporting industry in Australia.
Over the summer, 31 innovative Victorian tertiary students connected with 18 different SME’s in a pilot program called SummerTech Live.
A new wave of sports entrepreneurs and startups are turning Victoria’s love of sport into a major economic force.
LaunchVic and a group of talented local business owners in Geelong are on a mission to create new businesses and new jobs.
Intelematics has been tasked with by VicRoads to explore a service that assists a car to take the best routes, at the best speed, avoiding red lights.
Venture capital organisation, Square Peg Capital, is now paving the way for technology companies internationally.
It’s the great Australian tale of mateship: two blokes meet in a bar, get to talking about basketball and footy and forge a friendship for the ages.
It’s been a year of major milestones for Australia’s biggest consumer tech company Redbubble which is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Grey Innovation is a commercialisation technology company that extracts big ideas and research projects out of Australian universities and hospitals.
Supp co-founder Jordan Murray and Kate Murray experienced one of the hospitality industry’s biggest pain points—finding and maintaining staff.
Melbourne-based online electronics retailer Kogan has been deemed the most mobile ready Australian brand.