BlueChilli launches program to help startups be “ripe and ready” for innovation statement investment surge
By Administrator | 21 December 2015
"Startup founders need to brace for a dip in investor interest in the first half of next year in anticipation of the taxation changes in July coming into effect, BlueChilli general manager of corporate innovation Colette Grgic says. BlueChilli has launched a new accelerator program in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland (CCIQ) and Suncorp that Grgic says will help give startups runway for the first half of next year and prepare them for the increased interest as the innovation statement comes into effect." Read more
Denham Sadler StartupSmart 17 Dec 2015
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