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Sebastian Tofts-Len

Sebastian is an undergraduate economics student and research assistant at Curtin University. He mainly writes on startup funding, launches, events and grant programs.

Face-to-face meetings will decline post-COVID

// New research suggests that 80% of Aussies feel most meetings will run remotely from now on... what do startups think?

Positive news for small business

// The small business sector is showing positive signs of growth despite economic forecasts predicting a 10% contraction of GDP in the first half of 2020...

State government grant programs open now

// Two significant state government grants are looking for submissions, due in early July...

Startup aims to support local restaurants through this tough time

// Takeaway Time is a new website from a local husband and wife team, aiming to help struggling local restaurants...

Assistance in these difficult times: mental health training recovery app

// WA-based tech startup, Tap into Safety have created a mobile friendly platform to combat declining mental health...

May be time to enter these programs…

// Due to COVID-19, some program deadlines have been extended into next month. May these 4 be with you...

Mental health support services available

//The federal government has recently provided funding towards a new dedicated COVID-19 mental health support service for small to medium-sized enterprises.

Online panel: how should Australian startups respond to COVID-19? {VIDEO}

// UPDATED with VIDEO: Australia's most experienced VCs try make sense of the ongoing crisis for startups...

Innovation Vouchers Program 2020: application deadline extended

// Due COVID-19, the State Government has extended the application deadline for their Innovation Vouchers Program to April 1st.

Video production company aims to help struggling WA startups

// Video production company Perth Video has pledged to provide a 50% discount for their services for WA startups affected by COVID-19.

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