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Australia continues to build its billion dollar businesses despite political headwinds, says StartupAUS’ Crossroads...
Australia continues to build on the fundamentals to support a thriving homegrown startup ecosystem, with a rapidly growing cohort of $100 million+ companies and the average Series A (later stage funding round) almost doubling in size since 2015, according to Crossroads 2020
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.
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.
But there are a few essential things rideshare drivers, space-sharers and other ‘sharing economy’ workers need to know come tax time. Those earning income from the sharing economy should prepare for close scrutiny from the ATO.
At only age 19, Lily Wu co-founded Austern International with Jamie Lee to connect ambitious millennials to their future employers without using resumes
Australian big business must collaborate with the start-up community to survive disruption from overseas
The latest StartupAUS report says Australian big business and startups must collaborate and not compete to stay globally competitive
Disruption has become a deep-rooted part of the start-up vernacular but keeping pace with disruptive innovation and staving off new competition is not easy
The convenience of streaming has had divergent effects for the smartphone app developers industry and the reproduction of recorded media industry
Dating app app Happn recently integrated leading music streaming service Spotify’s API into its platform to enrich the user experience of its four million global users, over 100,000 in Australia.
If you've ever listened to music through hi-fi audio equipment, you can attest that it’s clearer, louder, and richer-sounding with a superior bass –...
Invoice2go has secured a whopping $35 million in funding from Accel Partners and Ribbit Capital. The interest from Accel Partners puts Invoice2go, an invoice...
That Greek chick had the wrong box Remember Pandora, the curious Greek woman who opened a box containing all the world’s evils, letting the demons...
THP is now considered the independent and emerging artists’ viable alternative to world-wide music sharing platform Spotify. It is carving its own path and in doing so allowing for the first time, never-heard-before artists of all genres to carve their own paths too, and expose their music to the listening public and commercial buyers. Club bands and solo artists too can promote their music there to get gigs.
Each year at the Cannes Lions, a creativity competition is held, to let up-coming agency creatives to solve a problem with a creative solution. This year, two budding creatives had an idea about how to encourage the reading of books by using Spotify. Creative, fun and it just might work!
Leaping into the online music service market is like standing next to a speaker at a Motorhead concert: It's not easy to be heard. Guvera, a company spawned on the Gold Coast, has bucked that challenge with big-amp angel backing and an approach to ad support as unique as a Coltrane solo.
Earlier this year, accounting software provider MYOB partnered up with Google to provide free websites, domains and hosting to small businesses in Australia using its MYOB Atlas website creation tool. Now, in what appears to be a game of business-model-swapsies, domain and hosting company Netregistry has teamed up with Reach Accounting to offer free cloud-based accounting software. So, MYOB is offering free internet services to win paying accounting customers, while Netregistry is offering free accounting services to win paying internet customers. What the!?