Muru-D announces AU$60k seed-funding round for startups

"Telstra's startup accelerator Muru-D has announced that applications are open for its Sydney fintech hub, with the telco to provide up to AU$60,000 to 10 startups over a six-month incubation period. The startups will also be given access to a co-collaboration space, as well as access to support and advice from experienced mentors in the industry. Muru-D is seeking media industry startups thanks to a partnership with Seven West Media that will see chief digital officer Clive Dickens take a place on the startup advisory board during the program." Read more

Corinne Reichert ZDNet 28 Sep 2015

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