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With offices in Seoul and Melbourne, the Australian-based Posture360 has declared war on back pain with its innovative technology. A back pain sufferer himself, William Choi has been in the posture business for almost a decade and saw a gap in the market.
Hear Mail reads text aloud, enabling users to check their inboxes hands-free. The app also allows users to skip from a current email to the next, or delete spam at any point along the way.
Australia’s own Silicon Valley; Invest Wollongong launches with focus on attracting startups and scaleups
Invest Wollongong is focused on implementing practical programs that tangibly support startups and scaleups considering the thriving region as a place to call home
Established in 2016, GiggedIn has become a thriving monthly subscription platform that connects music loving Australians to more bands, DJ’s and festivals whilst saving money in the process.
This national event will bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians to showcase some of the best Indigenous entrepreneurs in Australia and show the world that Indigenous entrepreneurs exist (like black swans) and they can also build successful businesses.
James Shadrach is a young entrepreneur who runs a company called Video Why, a boutique video production company based in Melbourne, but it’s certainly not been an easy road for this young business Founder.
AmazingCo, the Melbourne-founded experiences platform that has expanded across 23 American cities in the past six months, recently announced it has closed a $5.1m Series A funding round, with participation from Aconex founders, Rampersand VC, Artesian and Macdoch Ventures.
Technology-based contingent staffing company Sidekicker has raised AUD$10 million in funding from SEEK, a global leader in building and scaling online employment...
Business hub the ‘11th Space’ officially opened the doors to its first Melbourne co-working space, offering a brand new ecosystem that is...
Melbourne-based Elenium Automation recently announced it has raised AU$15million in Series A funding from high profile investors, spearheaded by Acorn Capital.
Melbourne-based immersive technology studio, PHORIA, recently announced the launch of REWILD Our Planet, which uses persistent and social Augmented Reality (AR).
One of Australia’s largest locally owned coworking providers, Hub Australia, has launched its Flexi-Impact program which aims to support purpose-driven businesses by...
Medicinal cannabis startup Cannvalate announces plans for Australia’s largest cannabis cultivation hub in Melbourne
Melbourne based medicinal cannabis company, Cannvalate, has recently purchased over 100 acres of farm land in the south-east of Melbourne, with plans to become Australia’s largest cannabis cultivation hub.
Movepal, is an on-demand moving service, that is tipped to revolutionise the moving industry and it was designed and developed in Melbourne.
New tech startup StreetHubs is launching in Melbourne’s silicon-valley, Richmond, taking a grassroots approach to building a better society, one street at a time.
Startupbootcamp expands to Melbourne launching new fintech accelerator in collaboration with NAB, Vic Gov,...
Global accelerator program Startupbootcamp has announced it is expanding its extensive global FinTech presence to Melbourne, and will launch its FinTech Accelerator program in Victoria, backed by global leaders in the banking and insurance sectors.
Melbourne-based education services start-up Maths Pathway has closed a $AU2.1 million seed investment round, led by Social Ventures Australia (SVA). The $1 million investment from SVA is the organisation’s first equity investment from its $15 million SVA Diversified Impact Fund, which reached final close earlier this year.
As the coworking market continues to cement itself as an institutional part of Australian culture, it is inevitable that naysayers will share ongoing scepticism of the industry. There will also be those that are looking to join a space but are hesitant because of perceptions attached to coworking.
Bucking the trend of Australian companies buying into New Zealand, New Zealand web and app company Rabid Technologies has acquired Squareweave, a strategic design and web development agency based in Melbourne.
Created by teachers, for teachers, the #MissMakesCode program is delivered through specialist teacher training bootcamps where primary school teachers, teacher librarians and parents of five to eight year old girls are provided with the framework to deliver these fun and engaging workshops.