South Australian app ourValues promises to instil family values, teach responsibility and achieve behavioural change, all while managing screen time for children.
A husband and wife team have launched Secure Nest, an online tool to help patients and therapists follow the intensive schema therapy regime.
The South Australian government has issued an EOI to find companies to take up more than 23,000m2 of space available at its Lot Fourteen innovation hub.
Looking to help bricks and mortar retailers provide customers with a seamless ominchannel experience is Melbourne startup Brauz, founded by Lee Hardham and Rajesh Yeluri.
Bellr is a customer relationship management system for venues, though the cofounders like to call it a ‘PRM’, rather: a patron relationship management platform.
The South Australian government has appointed former fighter pilot and Nova Group cofounder Jim Whalley as the state’s inaugural Chief Entrepreneur.
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.
Adelaide-founded fintech startup Tic:Toc, which has developed a digital home loan platform, has raised $11.5 million in a Series B round led by Genworth Australia and La Trobe Financial.
Adelaide startup Fleet Space Technologies has opened its mission control centre ahead of the planned launch of two of its nanosatellites later this year.
Spin Cycle Clothing saw Nathaniel Peek combined his love of cycling with his career in design and technology to develop a laser scanning system that tailors each piece of clothing to the rider.
The program for chronic stroke patients with hand/arm mobility issues has the potential to reduce the cost & physical barriers.
Working with Austin-based PandemicTech and the New Venture Institute at Flinders University, Dr Endalamaw Gadisa has developed a kit to diagnose leishmaniasis.
TAG and global electric driverless technology company EasyMile announced a partnership to be based at TAG’s joint venture Precision Buses in Adelaide.