On September 20, Spacecubed stood alongside the School for Climate Strike to support children and students across the world in their bid to create urgent political action on climate change.
If you’ve seen the wrapped blue trees down St Georges Terrace, then you may already be aware of Kendall Whyte and the incredible work she is doing at Blue Tree Project, and if not, read below to find out more about her story and why it’s OK not to be OK.
Initially, James Royce ignored encouragement from his friends to start his own business before finally, having a light bulb moment and realising that he could drive success on his own journey as the Director of Delta Risk Solutions, a boutique insurance broking business.
Health Tech startups are rapidly growing across not only Perth but the whole of Australia, as we see more founders and entrepreneurs combining the use of technology and passion to make their innovative concepts a reality.
Samuel Cook, an Associate Hydrogeologist based at FLUX, shares with us the opportunities to grow and collaborate with local businesses that he has faced since joining the Spacecubed community.
The 19th of September saw Spacecubed's Plus Eight Accelerator Program showcase their third cohort of startups to a full house that included investors, government, media and other key stakeholders in Perth's startup ecosystem.
With Demo Day approaching next week, let's take a look back at where some of our Plus Eight alumni are at for this week's Community Focus! SpacetoCo are growing across a range of communities - and has now launched in Auckland. Hear more from co-founder, Jeremy Hurst below.
As a result of a range of accelerator programs, including our very own Plus Eight Program, we’ve seen continuous growth in the last few years of Perth startups launching their products. Keep an eye on these 5 tech startups from Perth as they continue to grow both locally and globally in 2019.
With today's consumers more interested in supporting brands and businesses that make a positive impact in the world, it's more important than ever for us to be discussing how to use tech for good.