It has only been a few weeks that the current muru-D accelerator class have been back in the country after their recent trip to China and already muru-D have confirmed that some of the founders have had opportunities arise that will mean a select few of the founders will actually be remaining in China until demo day early next month.
Sydney based startup YouChews wants show business owners and corporates that there is a better way of doing things. The company is an online catering marketplace for interesting and unique food options that have been sourced from the local community.
It would be easy for one to assume that FanFuel falls within the advertising and sports sponsorship space as far as revenue is concerned, in fact this couldn’t be further from the truth.
In its simplest form, Tripalocal is an online platform that connects travellers with locals so that they can have authentic experiences. However, as we know, other startups have tried and failed in this space over the last couple of years.
Because of its wider target market, it would not be surprising if we saw startup vClass reach critical mass at a faster run rate than other more niche focused education startups within the group
Earlier this week Sydney based startup accelerator muru-D backed by Telstra, held its first presentation night for the current class two participants.
If Wattblock achieves all it has planned this year, it could very well make a meaningful dent in Australia’s carbon emissions whilst building a business that has billions of dollars in global potential.