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Chloe Constantinides

Chloe is an innovation specialist with deep experience in technology, marketing and growth across her portfolio career. 

She has worked with countless entrepreneurs, corporates and government organisations through her involvement with leading startup programs, building over a hundred digital products and sitting on the board at StartupWA.

As a founder, a graduate of AICD's Company Directors Course, a 2018 40Under40 winner and recipient of ECU's Inaugural Young Alumni Award, Chloe is passionate about sharing her unique experiences and learnings with others.

Technology for good

Charities and not-for-profit groups are often challenged to raise ongoing and sustainable donations to fund their efforts.

Global eyes on WA's tech festival

West Tech Fest showcases WA’s wide range of talent, ideas and successes in an increasingly competitive market.

The blue economy entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs across Australia are dipping a toe in new waters as the term ‘blue economy’ surges into the business world.

Startup buys a tech tonic

Big tech players have the incentive and the money to hoover up the very best new ideas and skills.

Indigenous opportunities at Dream Summit

The Minderoo Foundation’s Generation One initiative seeks to create parity for indigenous Australians, and to this end has launched a national leadership program called Dream Summit.

Hackers and heroes

While the ‘hackers’ who make the news are usually associated with cybercrimes, a legion of good hackers is at work helping keep your online data safe.

The future is fake

The emergence of deepfake videos and similar technology is raising questions about how we measure reality, trust and privacy.

Eyes in the sky

Drone technology is becoming more visible in our skies, with a vast number of professional applications.

Invest in getting the right capital for your business

Founders seeking cash to back and grow startups face many hurdles to find a workable balance.

Hackathons driving business innovation

Hackathons’ benefits to business include fast-tracked R&D, marketing, improved employee engagement, problem solving, recruitment strategies and more.

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The blue economy entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs across Australia are dipping a toe in new waters as the term ‘blue economy’ surges into the business world.

Global eyes on WA's tech festival

West Tech Fest showcases WA’s wide range of talent, ideas and successes in an increasingly competitive market.

Eyes in the sky

Drone technology is becoming more visible in our skies, with a vast number of professional applications.

The future is fake

The emergence of deepfake videos and similar technology is raising questions about how we measure reality, trust and privacy.

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Hackathons driving business innovation

Hackathons’ benefits to business include fast-tracked R&D, marketing, improved employee engagement, problem solving, recruitment strategies and more.