Companies like Vimeo and Youtube have built their culture around celebrating the creator community on their platforms and the work they create. Telstra and Ooyala didn’t.
Too long have women contributing great ideas remained silent whilst male colleagues have presented them as their own.
The higher the value of Bitcoin the more energy people will use in order to compete for it during the mining process.
My feeling is that it’s the way many men in the ecosystem think about the conversations around sexual harassment, diversity, and equality in this community.
LaunchVic has to break ties with 500 Startups, pull the $2.5 million subsidy, and take a stance against unethical behaviour in general.
Any politician supporting changes to 18C is sending a message that they are comfortable with Australia having a mediocre startup ecosystem.
At the time of writing this post, a little over 60 percent of the votes have been counted and current Lord Mayor Clover Moore has officially won a fourth term to lead the City of Sydney council.
Yesterday News Corp Australia, FOX SPORTS and NOVA Entertainment announced the launch of their new initiative called the Scaleup Mediafund.
There are sure to be a number of articles published today about the fancy function held last night at the Powerhouse Museum to launch the not-for-profit organisation TechSydney.
Girls Who Code, an American non-profit working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sector through programs that look to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.
When Gary Elphick from Disrupt contacted me on Tuesday to tell me of the news that his cofounder and COO, Chris Baily had been deported by Australian Border Force back to the UK, my initial reaction was that it was really shitty news – I immediately sympathised with what that meant for both Baily and Elphick, their company and its plans for the remainder of this year.