Over the past few weeks we read through close to 100 pages worth of written submissions. Each entrepreneur had to answer the following questions:
The quality of answers was extremely high and I was blown away by the quality of businesses we could vote for. Ultimately there had to be a winner. The top ten are below:
*6,7,8, 9 all ranked the same.
From stories of failure to starting businesses in bedrooms it was a fantastic selection of high quality businesses and founders who have put everything on the line to build and grow their respective businesses.
You can read through the full results here.
For those unfamiliar with the Australian startup environment, we have had a massive funding issue in Australia for many years.
Read our latest report, taking a deep dive into Startup boards in Australia. In partnership with KPMG High Growth Ventures.
Having just returned from Sydney to London, it seemed like the perfect time to talk about the unique differences between these two global cities.
Can a marketing manager fly a drone? Will a financial controller use an AI script? Which farmers should learn to code?
Like most flourishing startup ecosystems, attracting the necessary caliber of founders and employees is necessary for its success