For its founders, Orange Sky’s biggest achievement is facilitating “1,200 hours of really awesome conversation on orange chairs each and every week”.
98 percent of Singapore’s food is imported from other countries, so Sydney startup Homefarms sought to introduce its indoor farming solution to the market.
Tech Ready Women has partnered with tech-focused education provider Academy Xi to launch a $100,000 scholarship fund to encourage women to launch startups.
Startup Daily editor Gina was live on Facebook to chat with Flying Solo’s Peter about how entrepreneurs measure and define success:
Coca-Cola Amatil has partnered with BlueChilli to launch the Xcelerate accelerator as it looks to identify opportunities to grow outside its core business.
Airmow uses satellite imagery to generate instant quotes to give customers an idea of what they’re set to spend before the contractor comes by.
A successful startup starts with the problem you are solving – and more importantly how you, as the founder connects with that problem.
More investment was poured into New Zealand startups than ever before in 2017, with NZ$86 million ($81.7 million) invested into 111 companies.
Brands can turn to the Pretty Squares platform to find a creative who can style and photograph their products for use in their marketing.
Cloud communications company Twilio has expanded into Australia, opening a local office and appointing former Oracle and Symantec sales executive Richard Watson as country director to drive growth.
T-Provenance will look at the applications of its blockchain tech to ensure food safety, traceability, and authenticity throughout the supply chain.
First launched as an app through which uni students could easily buy things from merchants, QPay is now moving into the digital banking space.
If you are a startup, you live or die by the quality of the technology you have in your business. You can’t afford to make mistakes with hiring tech talent.
Beyond simplicity, the focus of marketplace platform ecoloads is on providing environmentally-minded access to transportation services.
Expanding its community of around 200 to 600 across two fresh floors, the shift to the CBD has allowed Fishburners to up its tech game with Cisco.