Founded by Filip Eldic and Emil Davityan, the startup began its days as part of the ANZ Innovyz accelerator program in Adelaide. The company since day one has had a focus on enabling the next generation of location based commerce and innovation.
Trying to pinpoint the location of friends who had his tickets for a concert outside Rod Laver Arena was the event that drove Matt Gerard to form the idea for Crowdsurfer, a augmented reality app that allows users to hold up their phone and identify where in the crowd their mates are.
When Michelle Casey gave birth, she became interested in the ‘clean eating lifestyle’ – spending a lot of time researching and experimenting with foods and recipes in an effort to lose the baby weight she had put on during her pregnancy. What she didn’t quite expect to discover was the overall change she felt in her whole energy and well-being and this was the beginning of what is now the iEatClean app.
The idea behind TransportMe was born from the frustration of how inefficient the backend processes were, particularly in generating reports for the NSW Government on a monthly basis. Nigel wanted to devise a system that was more up to date technologically, whilst keeping the cost reasonable for bus service operators.
In her practice Lisa Patterson-Kane focuses a lot on the areas of acceptance and commitment therapy, and she wanted to create something that initially was to help her clients. Her vision was to be able to utilise technology to give people a little ‘tap on the shoulder’ each morning.