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5 things you need to know in Australian tech today

5 things you need to know in Australian tech today

Friday is finally here! Check out these tech stories before you head out for the weekend: 1. Health fund HCF has handed out a million bucks to an Australian startup. Curo Technologies, which monitors elderly folk in care facilities or their own home to let carers and family know how they’re doing, scored the investment after graduating from the health insurer’s Catalyst accelerator program.

Which 7 start-ups have been accepted into the River City Labs, muru-D accelerator?

7 start-ups enter River City Labs, muru-D accelerator program

A former Ironman triathlete, amateur astronomer, budding pilot and ex-NRL player are among the founders of seven start-ups accepted into the River City Labs Accelerator Program, powered by Telstra’s muru-D. Start-ups will be provided with seed capital, office space at technology startup hub River City Labs, mentoring, training, the opportunity to attend international trade missions, and high-level networking opportunities as part of the six-month program.

The world is watching

The world is watching: River City Labs welcomes seven new startups into its accelerator program after most competitive application process yet – StartupSmart

The seven startups that will be taking part in the River City Labs and muru-D accelerator program have been announced following the most competitive and global application process yet. More than 80 teams from Denmark, Turkey, Canada, Singapore, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Philippines and Australia applied for a spot in the Brisbane-based accelerator program.

GoCatch excited by local prospects

Training day

“WE’RE excited to be here” is how driver relations manager Varya Foreman summed up GoCatch’s first foray into Muswellbrook this week. The rideshare platform hosted a training day in town on Wednesday to outline the requirements for licence holders and vehicle safety, as well as the online payment system.