Project Tripod launched a little under a year ago and has been downloaded more than 100,000 times – considering its a specialist application that has primarily been available on windows phones, that number is quite huge.
Recomazing is a startup (set to officially launch in June) that describes itself as a social media platform that works by enabling friends to find, make and share business recommendations to their social media network with the intention of saving everyone time and money.
Cherrii has a goal to be the world’s biggest directory of possibilities, the go-to place to see what is happening across the world, be inspired by the endless possibilities and learn who to connect with in order to have these possibilities become a reality.
The fitness industry has undergone a major transformation; an industry that previously thrived on telling customers what to buy, now has tech savvy customers that already know exactly what they want to achieve and what products they want to buy or classes they want to attend in order to implement the changes they desire.
Disrupt, which is part of the current muru-D class two intake, creates 100% unique customised sports equipment that performs better for users and also has a unique look.
Mobile HealthTech startup Healint announced last week that it had raised $1 million in seed funding for its new app Migraine Buddy. The round was led by Wavemaker Pacific with Gree Ventures and Shin Ryoku also coming in on the deal.
It is not very often that your biggest challenge as a startup ends up being the bad press surrounding another startup.
Going on holidays isn’t as straightforward as it used to be. Nowadays, travellers are looking for experiences that are both cheaper and more authentic. A new Sydney startup called Homecamp is hoping to provide travellers with both by having them camp out in suburban backyards.
Sydney-based fashion tech startup Stashd yesterday announced a new partnership with British online clothing and beauty juggernaut ASOS. This will bring the company’s products into the palms of daily Stashd users across the 80 different markets the app now has a presence in.