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Social networking app Travello raises AUD$5 million to build the world’s largest online community...

Founded in 2015 by two footy mates from northern Queensland, Travello connects travellers from all corners of the globe, recommends experiences and allows users to browse and book more than 50,000 activities. The social networking app is currently used by more than 350,000 travellers in 180 countries. In July 2018 alone, Travello recorded 1.8M events on the Travello feed.

QLD govt bringing in Slingshot for tourism, travel and entertainment accelerator

The accelerator program provides our startup entrepreneurs and business innovators with first-class mentoring assistance while connecting them with investors and potential business partners.

This customer service start-up from Melbourne is getting major buzz in the US

Testing and real-time monitoring might sound like basic things every organisation is already doing, but this is not the case, and our mission is to educate the market.

This tech start-up has taken finding a venue for your event down from 6...

Award winning event tech start-up iVvy is revolutionising the events industry by centralising function spaces and group accommodations for the first time ever in Australia on its new Marketplace platform.

Sydney start-up Jayride is now at nearly 100 US airports thanks to a successful...

Sydney-based transportation booking platform, Jayride recently officially launched in the US, powered by a successful $1.5 million capital raise earlier this year in January. Backed by...

For those who travel a lot, this Kickstarter is for you! [VIDEO]

I travel a lot. More than I would like. Travel for work sounds glamorous, but it's not. It's tedious. It's tiring and there are just so...

Getting Internationally Mobile, On Your Mobile

Performance advertising technology company Criteo recently revealed its Travel Flash Report. The report highlights the increased use of mobile devices in consumer travel planning...

We concur that Airbnb and Uber truly mean business

What do Airbnb and Uber have in common, besides being two of the most hyped about start-ups? If you haven’t already heard, they’re partnering with...

If you’re frequently travelling for business, chances are, you’re packing wrong! [VIDEO]

I went to boarding school. I can pack more stuff into a small bag than most people can believe. I can minimise the creases but...

This start-up intends to lead a $9 billion industry by the end of this...

Jethro Batts was working for one of Australia’s largest campervan companies when he ventured out on his own to create a website for vanners...

A suitcase that follows you everywhere [VIDEO]

If you travel a lot, you know the importance of having the right suitcase. You need one that can fit in far too much stuff. I'm a fully fledge member of over packers anonymous. And, it needs wheels for mobility. The hop! has a whole new approach to suitcase mobility.

Gary Berman, 2010 Anthill 5over50 Winner

Gary Berman's allows people to bid for deeply discounted rooms at hotels across Australia and in New Zealand. More than 1,000 properties are listed on the site -- from B&Bs to resorts and everything in between. Who says that dotcoms are a Gen Y game?

Lonely Planet launches augmented travel guides for Australian Google Androids

As a new paradigm in travel applications, Lonely Planet is testing the water with an "augmented reality" Compass Guides for Android users. The application determines the user's location via GPS and when the camera is used to scan the surroundings, information labels about points of interest pop up on the screen.

Is it worth pursuing a saturated market? The Clarke vs Malatesta Debate

On Wednesday during the Launch of Napkin Competition at the University of Melbourne, a student audience asked the two speakers “Is it worth pursuing a market where no gap exists and is already saturated by competitors?”

Tuckerman's seven lessons from seven weeks of travel

Instead, I hope that you (dearest Anthillians) find value in these seven business observations and tips from seven weeks of travel.

Tuckerman’s seven lessons from seven weeks of travel

Instead, I hope that you (dearest Anthillians) find value in these seven business observations and tips from seven weeks of travel.

Going global: Get lost in Hong Kong

LOST IN HONG KONG business | culture | travel For many Australian entrepreneurs looking to do business in China, the most logical place to start is...



How to build a retail empire with James Webber [FREE REPORT]

Starting any new business is hard, but starting an online retail business is particularly hard. You see, this is one industry that combines technology, logistics and, of course, marketing – it’s a juggling act. To help us crack this hard nut, we sought the wisdom James Webber, CEO at Bookworld.


New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...