I have finally realised that your company culture is absolutely core to the success of your business, and it starts from day one.
The survey found 45% of workers believe it should be employers to put up the cost of tech training, while 40% believe government should bear the cost.
Fresh off raising $33 million Series C round in October, Airtasker is gearing up for a busy Christmas period, today announcing a partnership with Coles to trial a delivery service across 64 Sydney stores.
Of the 100 names on this year’s Young Rich List, published by the AFR, exactly half of them made their wealth in the finance and tech sectors.
Airtaskers can set aside part of their earnings to put towards insurance providing continuity of income in case of injury resulting in loss of work.
Australia Post has revealed the first organisations signed on to adopt the Digital iD system, including Airtasker, credit union CUA, and the Queensland Police Service.
Looking to take its company culture to the next level as it scales up is Airtasker, which recently appointed Mahesh Muralidhar as its new Head of People Operations.
Unions NSW has today announced it has come to a “groundbreaking agreement” with Airtasker to deliver workers on the platform a number of conditions.
A report has found 22 percent of Australians are earning $50 or more from the sharing economy each month, with 5.6 percent, or around 800,000, earning over $300 per month.
In 2004 startups like Freelancer & Airtasker didn’t exist; we’d never used the term ‘startup’ locally. You know what phrase was being used? ‘Like a Boss’.
Looking to put their own spin on the Airtasker model in New Zealand are entrepreneurs Rosie Collins and Rachel Mataira, who are gearing up to launch one-off jobs platform Billie.
Local services marketplace Airtasker has partnered with The Good Guys to improve customer experience in the retail sector. The partnership will see Airtasker’s post-purchase platform integrated into The Good Guys’ store network.
Today Airtasker has announced a raise of $22 million in a Series B round led by Seven West Media. The raise follows on from a $6.5 million investment from existing shareholders including, Shanghai-based Morning Crest Capital, Sydney VC firm Exto Partners and the NRMA.
UrbanYou is an on-demand cleaning and gardening service provider connecting people to pre-approved professionals for a job as early as the next day. Like most on-demand services UrbanYou came out of the frustration with previous online searching and booking systems.