Asia-Pacific digital asset provider Zipmex has launched a mobile trading app for all levels of cryptocurrency traders, enabling expanded trading opportunities, low fees and greater liquidity options on-the-go.
The COVID-19 Industry Response Program is a joint initiative developed in partnership with Investible, a leading early-stage investment firm that specialises in entrepreneurial and business development.
Australia's fastest on-demand staffing platform Weploy has today announced the launch of a new platform called WeployConnect as a direct response to job losses and economic decline due to COVID-19.
Sydney construction manager creates new platform to improve health & safety during COVID-19 period...
Today on World Health & Safety Day, Talk 5, the world’s first patent-pending voice-activated auditing tool, with inbuilt language translator, has been unveiled
Cenario co-founder, Vaibhav Namburi said that the impacts of COVID-19 on Australia’s economy had led to many business owners questioning how their businesses would survive through the different financial challenges to come.
Utilising its enticing rewards program, the young pet insurance provider aims to encourage more Aussie pet owners to take out cover as the latest figures reveal only 6% of Australia’s 7.3 million cat and dog owners have insured their pets.
Business entrepreneur Andrew Banks today in partnership with ReadingIQ and ABCmouse has launched a free initiative to allow Aussie families to access its digital library and literacy platform for free.
One of the worst hit industries is hospitality, with restaurants, bars and cafes across Australia forced to close their doors and focus on take-out only.
Startups from Australian venture capital fund Tempus Partners’ second fund are tackling the impact of COVID-19 with their individual specialities.
The connection to our food source has been lost, their regions invisible and the supply chain unknown. This lack of transparency, along with food chain supply inefficiencies, costs the global economy over USD$100bn annually.
Regardless of government incentives, not many businesses will be committing to capital expenditure during this time. There are measures to be implemented that will safeguard the livelihood of Australian small businesses.
The common theme is that start-ups don’t expect a hand-out but a leg up. Start-ups, innovators and entrepreneurs are a group of Australians that are already resilient, tenacious and used to growing their companies with limited resources.
Investible, one of Australia’s most active VCs at seed stage, has participated in a $2.5 million funding round for AEV Robotics, a Melbourne-based technology company that is poised to dramatically improve the affordability and scalability of low-speed autonomous vehicles and autonomous fleet services.
Policyholders across all of PetSure’s 30+ brands will have access to free tele-medicine consultations with a qualified Vet during April, thanks to a new joint initiative between PetSure and Woolworths.
Fast will use the investment to accelerate the global rollout of Fast Checkout, its universal one-click purchase product for e-commerce and to further grow its product and engineering teams.
Introducing One10Virtual: a new accelerator platform and program creating positive social and environmental impact
One10Virtual is a cutting-edge accelerator platform and learning program for founders and entrepreneurs that want to create a positive social or environmental impact through their startups.
Yet however bright the future looked for CancerAid, one challenge remained - the concept of self-management via our app was new to many patients. This meant we had to make some changes or risk an unsteady future. CancerAid’s evolution from App to Coach taught us some key insights along the way.
“It’s too financially unstable…”, “I don’t have any experience in running a business…” and “It’s too lonely..”, are just some of the reasons some may give for not making the leap.
Start-ups and big brands are like the Davids and Goliaths of the business world.
The government yesterday announced an investment of up to $15 billion to enable smaller lenders to continue supporting Australian consumers and small businesses.