SalesLogs helps staff track and manage the sales pipeline through each department, from new to used cars, fleet sales, finance, aftermarket, and wholesale.
Snowball Effect launched to make it easier for investors to directly invest into companies after observing how difficult it could be in New Zealand.
July is the latest ecommerce venture for its cofounders: Athan Didaskalou founded coffee subscription business Three Thousand Thieves, while Richard Li cofounded online furniture retailer Brosa.
Vincent Quah’s eyes were opened to the potential of technology as a learning tool while he was teaching molecular genetics.
Maxwell Plus uses AI to analyse medical data, from medical imaging to blood data and genomic data, to help clinical teams better understand that data as it pertains to a patient.
Cofounded by Mackenzie Jackson and Marley Brown, Brisbane startup Conpago aims to reduce loneliness and enable connection among the elderly living in aged care facilities.
URef checks the barometer of fan sentiment by asking users whether they agree with key decisions of a match, and allowing them to rate a ref’s performance.
ecoJet Engineering’s project aims to replace diesel generators typically used to provide electricity to units in the field.
After a career as a public servant, Katrina Donaghy was inspired by the possibilities of blockchain to ameliorate at least some facets of the bureaucracy.
OpenSparkz is working to reimagine loyalty programs and offers, believing there is too much friction in existing schemes for both merchants and customers.
From the bright lights of the exhibitor booths to the new product announcements coming a mile a minute in the keynotes, there’s a lot for attendees to digest at a big international tech conference.
The Cup eXchange knows it has to be convenient and desirable enough to change consumer behaviour, and financially viable for cafes.
Scratch is producing what it believes is a healthier alternative to the dog foods found in supermarkets, selling it direct to consumers via a subscription.
Tekuma believes its controller is intuitive and universal, reducing the time, cost, and personnel needed to get a job done.
PredictiveHire works to find out what powers a company’s highest performing employees, and then look for those traits in new job applicants.