The alternative to embracing innovation is a culture focused on having the right answers, rather than asking the right questions – “hippo syndrome”.
Through Style Sourcebook, users looking to renovate or decorate a space are able to search for products and mesh them together in a “mood board”.
Sittr has developed an app that allows busy parents to discover, book, and pay for verified babysitters and nannies at an affordable price.
The WiRE program works to research entrepreneurship and build frameworks which can help support women founders across the state.
Wrappli is an app matching drivers to advertising campaigns based on their driving habits, allowing them to earn cash for wrapping their cars in brand ads.
OzGuild is a platform which allows players and card stores to digitise and see the value of their physical Magic the Gathering card collections.
Norbit creates branded loyalty apps for shopping centres, allowing customers to earn points and prizes from shopping in store.
Between investigative podcasts and interactive articles, the nature of the media is undergoing constant change, spurred on by the digital age. Media companies both niche and global are no stranger to this process, including the New York Times, an organisation which testing startup Optimizely helped make the leap from paper to online. According to Dan […]
Through a monthly subscription service, Farmwall supplies cafes and restaurants with a vertical farm which can be used to grow fresh herbs and microgreens.
Founders have used landing pads to springboard their startups into the US, including KoalaSafe, Event Workforce Group, Indee Labs, Gym Sales & Open Cities.
Tackling the issue of social isolation is Gabriel Cares, through a platform allowing elderly people to video chat with friends and family members.
Dan Siroker is the founder of Optimizely, the number one tech platform for testing and experimentation.
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
Integrating with WeChat, DaigouSales offers an ecommerce marketplace allowing Australian brands to sell their products directly to Chinese consumers.
Oovvuu reads hundreds of thousands of articles daily from global publishers and matches them with relevant video content from broadcasters in a bid to tell the news in “a more informative, immersive, and engaging way”.