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 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.
Small businesses can be caught out when dealing with corporate customers who demand generous payment terms, but a Melbourne fintech has the solution.
Assembly Payments has taken the entire fintech industry by surprise.
The global gender imbalance in the technology and digital industries has deprived many women of the chance to develop their full potential.
Melbourne has been at the forefront of currency security for decades, and few companies better represent that success than Innovia Security.
Melbourne-based health tech startup, Curve, is developing new technology to improve the lives of people all over the world.
With a vision to create a cross-border payment platform for trade between Australia and China, choosing to base the operation in Melbourne was easy.
Australian fintech innovators operate on the radical notion that financial planning is not the sole domain of the wealthy or those soon to retire.
Melbourne-based startup has carved out its own distinct space at the forefront of a global trend for peer-to-peer lending.
Australia’s leading plastic products manufacturer was co-founded by a group of Directors who found opportunities in products most of us throw away.
In Victoria, smart thinking and a culture of creativity inspired Alzheimer’s Australia Vic to challenge the reality of the disease – virtually.
Brolly decided it could fulfil a need in social media archiving, and Victoria was the perfect place to launch it.