At just 26 years old in 2013, entrepreneur Dustin Leonard launched his venture HERO Condoms. The business originally spun-off from a university assignment he was completing in 2012, and now it is a company with a humanitarian cause at its core.
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.
In an effort to make organising an event less painful and bring cringe-worthy events to an end, two Sydney-based entrepreneurs Sanjay Sundarjee and Ben Pecotich decided to create a service that enables organisers to find, book and pay for event products and services under one digital umbrella, EventMojo.
Rebecca Derrington is one of the most under-recognised entrepreneurs in the Australian technology scene. Given her humble nature, it’s not all that surprising that she’s flown under the radar. But when you do the math, Derrington has achieved phenomenal success over the past five years with her startup SourceBottle.
A wise person once said “there’s just too much crap on the internet”. When content is uploaded online, it immediately gets lost in a sea of digital clutter. It takes an avid consumer of content to sift through the clutter and find gold.
At a time when Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are pushing people to put forth their most polished, digital selves, a new class of mobile applications is more interested in uncensored honesty. The latest enter a new class of anonymous social applications is Unsaid, owned by 25fifteen, an Australian company that builds, collaborates with and invests in startups.
Setting yourself apart from others in the speaking and educational industries requires a hook; Delosa’s was first being the face of Gen Y entrepreneurship in Australia.
Sydney-based entrepreneurs have come up with a solution that addresses both the time-consuming nature of preparing Indian food and the quick but low-quality supermarket alternative.