Wednesday 23 November
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Today on StartupSmart, we bring you the first in a series of profiles that dissect Australia’s capital cities and analyse their start-up credentials.
First up is Adelaide. While the South Australian capital is known for its biotech and healthcare industries, not to mention its churches, a new breed of tech start-up is starting to emerge.
We’ve put together an overview of Adelaide’s entrepreneurial environment and speak to some of the city’s key players to see which start-ups are likely to burst onto the national stage, and beyond.
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