Living a good life is not about being extraordinary. It’s about doing ordinary things really well, says author Mark Manson.
Australian startup Commsync has created a system for devices that can, when called upon by someone at risk, put into action a pre-programmed safety plan.
The son of Mexican immigrants to California, Bismarck Lepe had to overcome some long-held biases when a consultant suggested his startup, Wizeline, build a development hub in the Mexican city of Guadalajara.
, Melbourne startup Carbar was originally launched in late 2016 as a ‘virtual’ car dealership, allowing customers to buy and sell used cars online.
South Australian company Life Whisperer entered into a collaboration with leading United States IVF laboratory Ovation Fertility to test its AI technology to evaluate thousands of 2D static images of embryos created through past IVF cycles.
Pymetrics works with organisations to determine the traits that contribute to success in a role, and then has job applicants play games that help bring out these traits.
TJ Swim is one of the most popular Brazilian-style swimwear companies in the market, boasting hundreds of thousands of Instagram followers and a slew of celebrity endorsers.
Bellr is a customer relationship management system for venues, though the cofounders like to call it a ‘PRM’, rather: a patron relationship management platform.
UploadOnce is an online depository allowing users to upload and collate the documents they need to apply for various services.
The Impact Suite hones in on the notion that donors want to give to organisations that deliver – or aim to deliver – on their charitable purpose.
Helping employers and workers manage many common workplace risks through a mobile device, WorkSafe Guardian has already signed up more than 100 clients.
3D-printed human body parts with lifelike bone, skin and muscle densities are being developed in South Australia as teaching aids for surgical training.
While there’s no end of productivity tools out there, approaching the problem with a new techie solution is Sydney startup TimeChi, founded by Sean Greenhalgh and James Virtue.
MYBOS was founded by former building manager Sam Khalef after he grew tired of dealing with the problems of the mix of systems he was having to use.
ShareAbode connects single parents for opportunities to “co-live” together, helping them share the load of rent and living expenses while also gaining support and friendship.