Beyond Bank Australia has announced the launch of an expanded grant program targeting both idea-stage and established businesses
$50,000 Grants Available for Entrepreneurs.We help entrepreneurs go beyond by offering grants of up to $50,000 to businesses that promote local economic development within Canberra, Hunter Valley, Riverina, Adelaide, South Australia’s Spencer Gulf region and Perth. Past winners come from a broad variety of backgrounds: coworking spaces, cheesemakers, unmanned aerial vehicles, and software creators, to name a few. The […]
Perth startup Circadyn is making sure tired workers aren’t at risk of injuring themselves. Do do this it has developed RestAlert, a platform which analyses data from wearable technology and sends alerts to make sure users are aware of when their body needs to rest. RestAlert uses existing devices like FitBits to track and monitor […]
An Adelaide startup is setting out to rejuvenate the centuries-old game of pool with technology that will let users play against opponents anywhere in the world. 8Shot is reinventing the way we use pool tables, using camera technology to create a new game that’s faster and more engaging. The startup wants to introduce a new […]
On the 29th of June, Australia’s largest inland non-capital city, Wagga Wagga in NSW, will play host to Regional PitchFest, the first ever competition specifically focused on rural-based tech entrepreneurs, supported by headline sponsor Beyond Bank.
Need to get away from the hustle and bustle of town? Look no further than your local family-run farm. Melbourne startup Shacky is helping connect city slickers and travellers with high quality, low-key houses on Australian farms. Shacky is a platform that puts ‘tiny houses’ on Australia’s farms and allows guests to book a stay […]
3D printing is literally changing the way we manufacture products. Everyday, more and more innovative new companies entering the space, across varying industries. Recent examples include HealthTech startup AbilityMate and SportsTech platform Disrupt.
In a place like Wagga Wagga, NSW the amount of cafes and coffee shops per capita is significantly less than that of a Sydney or Melbourne therefore it is no surprise that one of the first Australian ‘order ahead’ applications to ever enter the market was in fact from Wagga, in 365Cups cofounded by Simone Eyles and Mars Stankiewicz back in 2011.
Beyond Bank is known as organisation that builds and supports strong communities, operating across various sites around the country, with a strong regional presence. As part of this commitment to building strong communities and encouraging innovative thinking, the organisation again this year has launched a series of Entrepreneur Grants, worth $20,000 each.