According to The Australian Financial Review, an insurance offering for gig economy workers and a new visual detection technology are among the first Australian companies funded by international incubator Antler, which plucks entrepreneurs from their day job for a tilt at start-up success.
The start-up "generator's" Australian outpost, which launched in March, has finalised its first 12 companies, where the fledgling entrepreneurs leave their jobs and get an $8000 stipend for their first two months, as they set about starting a new company.
The companies aim to get pre-seed investment $100,000 and a further seed investment at the end of the program.
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