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Who said the stock markets should be for millionaires alone? This app will invest...

Fintech start-up FirstStep wants to democratise investing and open it up to the masses, aiming to let anyone start investing by doing so in small way.

Click here to put a ring on it: Meet the men who are putting...

The idea of paying for a wedding online is not traditional but Gen Y brides are happy to shop online leading to a real shift in the $4.5b wedding industry

This new online marketplace is giving used goods ‘a 2ndLease on life’

New online marketplace 2ndLease invites everyone to join the sharing economy by listing their own goods to be rented for an income, hence reducing e-waste.

From rural beginnings, she has built a multi-million dollar health food company successfully challenging...

Growing up in the small town of Ballarat, Narelle Plapp never thought she would one day create one of Australia’s leading muesli brands, Food for Health.

Better than the best a man thought he could ever get? This guy is...

Australian start-up OSCAR RAZOR has launched an Australian and NZ subscription service for high quality home delivered shaving system from as little as $2.50 per blade looking to take on grooming giant, Gillette.

This former Google employee is opening a futuristic first-of-its-kind learning centre for HSC students...

A new Google-inspired HSC learning centre will open its doors today with a mission to train the brightest young minds in Sydney for stellar careers in science, medicine, mathematics and English courtesy of Richard Chua's Talent 100.

Four frustrated colleagues started this tech start-up to bring professional service businesses out of...

Christine Higgins, Eamonn Bell, Glenn Fowler and Geoff McQueen started AffinityLive out of frustration, to create integrated, cloud-based business-automation software for professional service businesses.

This guy is dragging sidewalk signs into the digital age with his unique innovation

Carpet cleaner and inventor David Ranger has developed the WAYO board, a 39-inch high definition digital sign board that he believes is the world’s first mobile digital sign board that can deliver content in real-time via the Internet.

This start-up wants to make sure you never fight with your flatmate again over...

Sydney fintech start-up Easyshare has launched its new digital platform, aiming to make the lives of Australia’s 4.1 million renters easier by eliminating their common disputes over money splits for rent and bills.

She is using inspirational thongs to put shoes on the feet of the world’s...

Kathy Wong started Moeloco, a socially conscious business that sells thongs (flip-flops) with inspirational messages on the soles and for every pair sold, donates canvas shoes to a poor child in Kolkata, India.

This guy has grown a grain of an idea into the world’s largest hospitality...

It was a case of necessity being the mother of invention for Find My Rice, the world's newest and most comprehensive hospitality search engine, out to link suppliers, producers, business owners and customers in on place.

Hate chores? This app lets you have your laundry and dry cleaning picked up...

Tired of doing chores? Dryz, a Melbourne-based tech start-up, has launched an app that offers an on-demand, door-to-door laundry and dry cleaning service.

A disruptive UK start-up is coming to Australia to change how and when businesses...

UK-based point-of-payment rating system, truRating recently announced plans to launch in Australia to bring its solution to the Australian consumer analytics market, which it believes is ripe for disruption.

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.

This gutsy start-up has set out on a big mission to make allied healthcare...

WellOne, Australia's first discounted healthcare membership recently launched in Melbourne, aiming to make allied healthcare affordable for everyone in Australia.

This guy used to run his uni canteen and went on to start 7...

Melbourne based entrepreneur David Loh used to run the uni canteen back at Monash University and has since gone on to start six successful food ventures.

Happy 150th birthday, Wellington! This is what your tech start-ups want to see in...

The 150th anniversary of Wellington becoming the capital city of New Zealand was this past weekend. A few start-ups there shared with us what they hope to see for their city’s future in the next 150 years.

PowerDialer.co overcomes a nervous pitch to come out on top at Startup Weekend Brisbane...

Co-working community River City Labs recently announced the winner of Startup Weekend Brisbane after hosting the 54-hour business creation event over the second weekend of July 2015.

This start-up taking on Ansell and Durex is donating 500,000 condoms to Botswana thanks...

Australian start-up HERO CONDOMS is taking a bite out of the billion dollar condom market - holding its own against global giants Ansell and Durex - with its new deal with Woolworths.

A start-up has set out to change the emoji as we know it with...

Meji, a dynamic keyboard which allows users to create their own emojis using selfies, has launched in Australia on a mission to take down the faceless world of emojis.

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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...

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