Australian start-up scene is booming, it's such a massive growth that even a late night show is dedicated to the start-up community and start-up culture. Below we have listed just 7 from the very long list of super inspiring and innovative Australian start-ups. But as in all previous articles for start-ups in different countries around the world, we are focused to present just a sneak-peak of the start-up scene of this countries by listing start-ups from different fields, and as always it isn't and it isn't going to be a sharp '7' list the list always is way much longer but this '7' will help you to start checking the whole 'picture' of start-up movement in each respective country.
The future we've all dreaming about is here, famous movie scenes from previous decades where houshold appliances and everyday wearables were connected with internet are getting real, and in a short period of time we will be able to control all our housing and personal equipments, just through an internet connection. In this article we have collected 5 start-ups with a very serious potential on the market of 'internet of things' c have a look below.
Lukas Hanus is the head and director of anthropictures.cz, and he is also the leader of a local community coordination program. He is part of a flexible association of social scientists who provide independent field research that focuses on visual and urban anthropology. Their vision is to support alternative models in disseminating scientific insight, encouraging cooperation among social scientists, raising awareness about cultural anthropology, and contributing to creating a future where cultural anthropologists will take part in the processes that influence society.
We live in a transformative age when it comes to technology. The Internet of Things is multiplying at an alarming rate and we have more connected devices than ever before. For many of us who grew up using smartphones, it is hard to imagine our lives without them. They are connected to almost everything we do. However, the more heavily we rely on our smartphones the less in touch we become with reality. We want to be connected but we also want our technology to be seamlessly integrated in our lives.
When Aida Krupalija graduated from the University of Sarajevo eight years ago, she did not expect that getting a job she had studied so hard for would be that difficult. For four years, she applied to every open vacancy for a school or kindergarten pedagogue in Sarajevo, and received one rejection after another.
The industry in Berlin died basically, its art scene was rapidly blooming and the city earned the reputation of being “poor but sexy”. In the last few years, the situation has been changing, and the German capital became the European startup center. As one recent study shows startups could create around 100 000 jobs by 2020 in the city with the highest unemployment rate in Germany. We listed the best of these startups.
Our next stop on the line of '7 most innovative start-ups' is Germany. Those who have keen interest in start-ups, will of course remember the best ‘export’ of Germany; Soundcloud. We explored a little bit more and listed other new start-ups that are full of potential. Hopefully we will inspire those of you who love Germany, and are struggling to give life to their start-up idea.