Kyla Kirkpatrick last year launched ecommerce platform Emperor Champagne, aimed at helping consumers “go on a journey” and identify the champagnes that are best for them.
Led by Dr Eduardo Jorgensen, the team of six worked throughout the weekend to develop an initial prototype of the device.
On this International Women’s Day we asked the women leading some of Australia’s fastest-growing tech companies what motivates and inspires them.
Be A Looper works by allowing each user to add up to five people to their support ‘Loop’. Users check in daily with a rating of how they’re feeling on a scale of one to five, with others in their loop also checking in.
Despite being a millennial in her mid-20s, I rarely buy clothes online. A jacket here, a jumper there, perhaps, but I don’t often go beyond that, usually because the choices are too overwhelming and I’m never convinced that what looks good on the screen will actually look go on me unless I can try it […]
As well as 150 desks and meeting areas, The Studio will give residents access to broadcast studios, including green screen, sound, augmented and virtual reality facilities, as well as events and programs.
The transient nature of work in the industry, however, can mean that as staff come and go, businesses don’t have time to train employees. Looking to make it easier is Melbourne-founded Typsy, founded by Jonathan Plowright.
It was 5 years ago that Amazon Web Services launched in Australia, set up infrastructure, built a team, and began engaging with local companies.
Brisbane startup Math Mate is working to help all kids engage with and enjoy learning maths through the development of gamification app Do Math Good.
miRunners addresses the upfront and ongoing costs of ownership by turning the buying of a horse into what is effectively a crowdfunding campaign of sorts.
Focusing on short form video content from athletes, and helping athletes monetise it with partner brands, is Australian startup 20Four.
Arcade helps retailers keep their sales staff engaged and motivated through gamification of employee goals, recognition, and rewards.
Looking to shift the status quo of the traditional property buying and selling process to benefit the customer is Ballarat startup NextAddress, founded by Julie O’Donohue.
Cohort Go enables students to pay in their own local currency, and offers them rates usually only available to large corporates.
Melbourne’s Socialsuite has developed a platform that works to help social organisations gather data around their work and in turn analyse it to measure impact.