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'The destination isn't what we wished': Shoes of Prey goes into liquidation

'The destination isn't what we wished': Shoes of Prey goes into liquidation

Cult fashion startup Shoes of Prey has collapsed into liquidation after months of speculation over its future.

  • by Cara Waters

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Brisbane's shared spaces reveal how work has changed
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Brisbane's shared spaces reveal how work has changed

Coworking spaces are on the rise around Queensland, with many popping up around Brisbane.

  • by Lucy Stone
'Airbnb for playdates': Motherhood app draws on Tim Fung's expertise
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'Airbnb for playdates': Motherhood app draws on Tim Fung's expertise

These childhood friends are hoping to change the game on childcare.

  • by Emma Koehn
Do start-ups stand a chance in the face of 'crypto winter'?
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Do start-ups stand a chance in the face of 'crypto winter'?

A shocking year for crypto losses and confusion over blockchain won't stop these startups.

  • by Emma Koehn
What investors want: Australian venture capitalists dish on pitches
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What investors want: Australian venture capitalists dish on pitches

Australian VCs are raising their public profiles, but that doesn't mean they have the chequebook out at pitch nights.

  • by Emma Koehn
'The right product': Shebah brings women to equity crowdfunding
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'The right product': Shebah brings women to equity crowdfunding

The ridesharing app is the first equity crowdfund raise dominated by women investors.

  • by Emma Koehn
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Global talent scheme fails to issue visas as startups 'crippled'
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Global talent scheme fails to issue visas as startups 'crippled'

A pilot to amp up global talent recruitment is off to a slow start.

  • by Emma Koehn
'Not clear': Startups say they're still in limbo on copyright
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'Not clear': Startups say they're still in limbo on copyright

Founders say Australia's approach to take-down notices for copyrighted content is still an unknown.

  • by Emma Koehn
'Tars our profession': Encryption laws put jobs for coders at risk

'Tars our profession': Encryption laws put jobs for coders at risk

Australia's startup community pessimistic about improvements as confidence hit.

  • by Emma Koehn
Virtual office membership? Co-working hubs are moving online
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Virtual office membership? Co-working hubs are moving online

These founders believe paying for a co-working office membership is worth it, even if you never go to the office.

  • by Emma Koehn
Appen rockets on 'mega trend' of artificial intelligence
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Appen rockets on 'mega trend' of artificial intelligence

Shares in the search and language dataset firm Appen rocketed on Monday on the back of its full-year results driven by the "mega trend" of artificial intelligence.

  • by Cara Waters and Lucy Battersby