Sydney based startup YouChews wants show business owners and corporates that there is a better way of doing things. The company is an online catering marketplace for interesting and unique food options that have been sourced from the local community.
It would be easy for one to assume that FanFuel falls within the advertising and sports sponsorship space as far as revenue is concerned, in fact this couldn’t be further from the truth.
There are a few mantras that Burston has integrated into the Rare Bird culture such as ‘If she can, I can’ and ‘You’ve got to see it to be it’ – but for me the stand out attitude is this concept of ‘Think Big, Ask Big’.
Back in 2013 when Mahesh Muralidhar launched his startup Ureferjobs the potential the business had to change the approach companies have towards recruitment was evident.
The most interesting thing about Scutify in my opinion is the fact that in the last year it has raised two rounds of seed funding and at the time, nobody caught a whiff of it.
In its bid to become the largest internet conglomerate in the world outside of China and the US, another Rocket Internet backed startup officially launches into the Australian market today aiming to take a slice of the countries $752 million self-storage market.
Brisbane based startup myPresences founded by Paul Gordon, was created to solve what is quite often an assumed issue that small business owners have very little understanding of what is happening online around their business and do not have the time to properly manage their presence and reputation online and have little understanding on how to do so.
Ping pong has become somewhat synonymous with global startup ‘culture’ today, in fact entire movements have been launched because of the deep connection between the startup world and our love of the game.