Twitter is a great place to share, network and interact with people in all areas of the startup community. Accounts such as my @StartupPerth regularly share interesting links and news for startup founders.
Both seasoned and beginner Twitter users alike will hopefully find an account that interests them from this list of Australian individuals, brands, media and investors that often or always tweet on the startup topic.
Founder of SpaceCubed, StartupWA and more.
Co-founder Canva. Author. Designer.
Co-founder and partner of Aintree Ventures.
Editor of Startup News.
Co-founder of the Thankyou Group.
Founder of Boost Juice.
Founding Partner @25fifteen. Co-founder @pushstart.
Muru-D entrepreneur in residence.
Mike Cannon Brookes
Co-founder of Atlasssian.
Co-founder of Canva.
Founder, Red Balloon & Shark on Shark Tank.
Entrepreneur. President of Startup Adelaide Inc.
Entrepreneur and investor at Square Peg Capital.
VC at AirTree Ventures.
Co-founder of Pollenizer.
CEO of Xero.
Founder of Kogan.
Shark on Shark Tank. Investor & entrepreneur.
Founder of Blue Chilli Group.
Investor & entrepreneur.
Startup group in Queensland.
Official Australian Government account.
Great resource featuring interviews with founders.
National investor and entrepreneur meeting group.
Like Product Hunt, but for Australia.
National organisation supporting startups.
Events supported by Google for Entrepreneurs.
Largest survey of Australian startups.
Startup organisation in Tasmania.
Startup organisation for Victoria.
Startup organisation for Western Australia.
Startup directory and announcements platform.
Australian startup and high growth company media.
Melbourne based entrepreneur magazine.
Australasian startup media.
WA focussed startup media.
National startup and general business media.
Funds and Finance
Melbourne based early stage tech fund.
VC firm that runs events too.
Blue Chilli Group
Sydney based startup accelerator.
WA based accelerator and seed investor.
Seed stage venture capital.
Sydney-based and mentor run, seed fund.
Startup accelerator program.
Whilst this list certainly isn’t exhaustive (feel free to comment with your own recommendations for Australian twitter accounts), I am sure you will find some interesting accounts to follow out of these 50.