Australian startups are used to hearing about what they can do to be more like their cousins in Silicon Valley. Most often: Don’t be afraid of failure and don’t be afraid to ask. But as the Australian tech scene comes of age, it’s time for local entrepreneurs to hand out the advice.

On Feb. 17, a group of Australian startup founders flew to San Francisco, California to tour the offices of a number of tech heavyweights, including Google, Facebook and the Khan Academy. Chris Seymour, CEO of the car rental ecommerce platform, Carcloud, and Stuart Richardson, founder of venture fund Adventure Capital, were part of the contingent. Read more…

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The valuable lessons Silicon Valley should learn from Australian startups