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An Australian app called 6Q allows employers to choose a set of six existing questions or write their own to give to their employees each week in order to track their engagement and satisfaction levels.
Snapchat has introduced a new feature which allows its users to view articles, images, and videos from a variety of publishers inside the company’s messaging application. It’s called Discover, and it’s a major departure from the company’s ephemeral beginnings. [Source: Pando.com]
Curiyo, which makes software that allows content producers to add links to facts and information relevant information, has just raised almost $1 million from investors including former Reuters CEO Tom Glocer in its latest funding round.
There are a variety of problems to be solved when it comes to travel and the travel app market is booming as a result. A new player on the local scene is Wunderwalk, a Queensland-based startup looking to help travellers plan days out in different cities.
Australian startup GoFar is on its way to Switzerland, with the final event of the Seedstars World startup pitching competition set to take place on February 4th at the Lift Conference in Geneva, a European event dedicated to innovation and new technology.
Earlier this week Sydney based startup accelerator muru-D backed by Telstra, held its first presentation night for the current class two participants.
Box raised its IPO price to $US14 a share, making it worth about $US1.67 billion, Reuters reported Thursday. [Source: Business Insider]
The startup world seems to move a mile a minute and we know it can be hard to keep up, so Startup Daily has decided to introduce a weekly news round up of all of the week’s big mergers and acquisitions you may have missed. Every Friday, we will help you get up to speed with all the wheeling and dealing that’s gone on around the world in startup land. Since this is our first, today we will be looking back across January.