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Australian start-up Unlockd goes global with Sprint Telecom, Twitter and Yahoo
Aussie start-up Unlockd is now available in the US thanks to a deal with Boost Mobile, a Sprint Telecom company as well as partnerships with Twitter & Yahoo
Jules Lund launches social media influencer app backed by $750,000 seed funding
Radio and TV personality Jules Lund recently launched a new social media influence app, TRIBE backed by $750,000 seed funding from big name investors
New online start-up clickO Deals is shaking up the daily deals game with its...
New online start-up clickO Deals is upping the ante on daily deal sites by offering online retailers a smart, yet simple and affordable solution...
Aussie start-up Tablo, which is shaking up the publishing industry, secures $400,000 seed funding
Australian start-up Tablo, a cloud based e-book publishing platform and writing community, recently secured a $400,000 seed funding round from investors. Lead investor Paul Reining, former...
A new “Instant Deals” platform in Sydney wants to make group buying obsolete. Can...
A location-aware platform, Spreedle will allow businesses to target buyers in their vicinity and set their own schedules for posting digital vouchers, deciding for how long and for how many customers the deal is valid. Can this Sydney start-up make a splash in the Groupon market?
Are daily deal sites recession-proof? Catchoftheday founder Gabby Leibovich says yes. [PODCAST]
Gabby Leibovich has established himself at the forefront of the online deals industry in Australia with two very popular sites, CatchOfTheDay and Scoopon. In this podcast, Leibovich explains the business model that he believes has allowed him to weather the GFC and pinpoints the challenges that traditional, physical department stores must now face.
Daily Deals: madness or mastermind marketing? A hair-raising case study
A Melbourne hairdressing salon was in dire need of a quick, low-cost marketing plan. Although the daily deals phenomenon is still new and coming of age, Jo Macdermott decided to take a punt on the online discount model as a quick way to boost sales. As she reveals here, the final results surprised even her.