The UTS Startups community is hugely diverse, and among the cohort are a group of mothers who are forging successful careers whilst supporting their families and their new businesses.
UTS Startups launched its 230th student startup. UTS Director of Entrepreneurship, Murray Hurps, talks about the journey so far of growing a diverse community of some 300 student founders.
Five UTS student-led startups continue to secure places within leading accelerator programs across Australia.
The Dotcom duo behind Subchat are helping fans connect with their favourite internet celebrities .
Meet the team of founders supporting those living on the streets with pets.
UTS Business lecturer Anna Wright is breaking ground with her startup for the visually impaired.
PETspot are reimagining how Australians find their perfect companion by providing a centralised marketplace for the ethical sale of pets.
Resolution123 is harnessing the powers of tech to connect more people with employment law justice, bringing legal advice to an overlooked market.
UTS is renowned for innovation in learning so you're ready for the future of work by creating your own job or jobs for others. But how about creating your own internship?
Founder Patricia Kaziro (UTS MBAe) envisions a dynamic global community of women in business through her startup, innerCIRCLE6 - a unique speaker series inspiring transformative change through education.
Stitch Hub founders Eliza (B Public Communications & BCII), Polina (B Communications & BCII) and Lucy (B Visual Communications & BCII) are providing the tools to promote effective medical, financial, emotional and social management for those living with type 1 diabetes.
UTS Startup Tekuma, with founders Michael Griffin and Annette McClelland (UTS: MBA, BA Comms), is taking to the skies with a 21st century approach to the drone control interface, making it easier for us to get a handle on this crucial tech.
When chartered accountant Vanouhi Nazarian decided to study a Masters degree while on maternity leave from her job at Mission Australia, the one thing that wasn’t on her agenda was starting a business. Read more about her journey from staffer to student to startup founder.
UTS Startup Arlula, headed up by Arran Salerno, Bachelor of Laws, and Sebastian Chaoui, Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics), have set their sights to infinity and beyond, with a new way to monitor and record data. It's one small transaction for mankind, as they take to orbit in a bid to shake-up the space industry.