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.
Currently WeTransfer claims to have over 25 million users that share over 3 million files each day. The startup has also been completely profitable since 2013.
What Nexba has achieved as a company in such a short period of time is certainly commendable. It is the technology helping them hit these milestones that is interesting from a startup perspective though.
Feeling frustrated after spending so long trying to find the perfect handbag, Lana Hopkins decided to try making her own, and Mon Purse was born.
In April 2014, Martin Martinez officially launched his privileges programme, Entrepreneur Card.
For some, the gym is too time consuming, or it doesn’t offer the right classes, or it’s even too intimidating. Emma Hoffman saw the problem and came up with Classhopper.
Earlier this week Sydney based startup accelerator muru-D backed by Telstra, held its first presentation night for the current class two participants.
There 2014 Startup Muster survey revealed some interesting data, it also clearly demonstrated that equality is still a red flag for the technology space.
Fiestafy is a search platform partnering with entertainment companies like ticket vendors and theatres to provide travellers and expats with reliable information about, and tickets to, big events around the world in their own language.
This week it was announced that Even closed a US$1.5 million round in seed funding that was led by Keith Rabois of Khosla Ventures, the same firm that led the recent US$5.5 million dollar Series A raise announced last year for Australian startup Shoes of Prey.
The automotive industry is one of many that have historically failed to connect with women. According to Fast Company, only 3 percent of women are creative directors, so until we achieve gender parity, ads will, for the most part, continue to have a male sensibility.
Pete Evans is one of the most recognised chefs in Australia. He recently teamed up with Bluechilli to create his new venture The Paleo Way.
Whilst HeTexted was reluctant to talk about fundraising numbers at the present moment, here is what we do know.
With the launch of Helloify this week in Australia, it’s becoming increasingly clear that in 2015, we’re going to see a new kinds of online startups emerge.
The new focus from startup accelerator muru-D, around Australian startups exploring regional opportunities in favour over going straight to Silicon Valley, looks to serve one of its startups well.