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Sydney startup URGE has leveraged what seems to be a blindingly obvious idea and turned it into a rapidly growing and scalable business. Customers can now directly message the company that they are clients of.
The membership-based organisation provides mothers with rich online content and access to relevant services and benefits including business support, advice and services to help them grow their business.
MadeComfy is a short term property management specialist committed to providing property owners with the highest quality, hassle-free, hosting service in the market. It makes hosting effortless whilst property owners earn the rental income
A Sydney-based startup that’s raised close to $1 million in funds wants to make it easier for Aussie entrepreneurs to harness the Ideas Boom by reducing the amount of necessary paperwork to start a business.
Mojo Co-Founder James Myatt believes the Mojo offer is a real game changer. Mojo customers pay a flat monthly subscription, called EnergyPass, to access wholesale prices which are around 30% below other retailers’ standing tariffs.
Unlockd closed a $AU15 million Series A Round in early 2016 from some of the biggest names in the business community, and has recently appointed an advisor to assist with their Series B raise of up to $US30 million
mPort’s expansion into the US represents its first international market, and the technology company has received interest from every major market around the world. A three-month pilot with LA Fitness led to mPort signing an agreement with the fitness chain that will see mPods in LA Fitness centres nationally in the US, starting with California.
Swedish start-up Natural Cycles, the hormone-free fertility app, has helped over 5,000 Swedish women to get pregnant within less than three months of using the app, on average, and now wants to empower women in the UK who are planning to conceive.
Owners utilizing GetMyBoat are not only offsetting the cost of ownership, but many also rent out their boat frequently enough to make it their main source of income. We’ve also allowed owners the opportunity to expand their fleet and purchase additional watercraft.
EnergyAustralia has invested $9.3 million in Redback Technologies to bring Australians smarter energy solutions
Redback Technologies was chosen by EnergyAustralia for the investment due to the company’s hardware and software innovations, which provide homeowners with reliable, affordable and cleaner energy solutions.
CancerAid, the healthtech start-up that is revolutionising the care of cancer patients globally, has closed its Seed B funding round at $1.25 million. Founded by...
Harnessing new technologies, processes and tools to manage your small business more efficiently creates a platform to realise business success.
Students deciding to pursue work or study overseas face many challenges. One of the hardest parts of being a student is working out the best approach to enter their desired industry, this is especially challenging for international students.
For long-time friends, Sylvan Spatarel (34) and Ben Thompson (30), it was a love of business, rather than pasta, which first inspired them to turn their backs on the corporate world and invest their savings in an idea for a new hospitality offering serving fresh pasta, pan cooked to-order.
The team that brought cinema on demand to Australia have launched a new, globally scalable platform that will enable independent filmmakers to negotiate a...
Airwallex joins the ranks of just over 90 other companies to go through the six-month program since its inception two years ago, with Start Path alumni including UK currency exchange and e-wallet startup Revolut, recently acquired US restaurant bill splitting app Dash.
Havas, one of the world's largest marketing and communications groups, has launched a Corporate Venture arm in Australia, Havas Ventures.
It’s usually easier to look back after a business has failed and identify why than it is to save a business from failing in the first place. However, it begs the question of what a business owner can do if their business is struggling?
Having just been named one of Australia’s Best Places to Work in 2016, David Hickey shares his insights on how to breed a corporate culture which attracts and retains talented, ambitious Millennials.
Are you about to launch a start-up? If so, what intellectual property (IP) do you have and how is it protected? Whilst this probably isn’t the most exciting topic of conversation when starting a new business venture, it's essential to consider as these will be among the first questions investors will ask of you.