Profiles

Red Carpet wants to allow users to connect with celebrities in the name of a good cause

- October 29, 2015 2 MIN READ

Even though millions of us follow celebrities on social media, for the most part they are not really responsive on an individual level. To be fair, statistically it would be impossible when you have millions of people messaging you each day to (a) respond, and (b) even read those comments in the first place. Sydney-based startup Red Carpet wants to help change this by allowing users to connect with their favourite celebrities via its platform for a good cause.

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This startup is basically a gay NSFW version of Airtasker

- April 30, 2014 2 MIN READ

Sex and Laziness are perhaps two of the biggest past times in the world today and a group of young (presumably) gay upstarts have thought of a way to solve both these issues in one easy platform – it’s called Cock4Jobs (yep) or C4J if you are a fan of a sneaky abbreviation.

News & Analysis

AppInstruct teaching entrepreneurs how to leverage $53 billion app economy

- November 13, 2013 2 MIN READ

Australian education startup AppInstruct has just launched an online course to teach aspiring entrepreneurs how to turn their app concept into a commercial success. Co-Founded by Nicholas Wright, Vijay Santhanam, Iain Dowling and Indy Chakrabarty, who have extensive experience in building commercial apps including Optus Recharge Now, AppInstruct combines technical and business skills to deliver a comprehensive and accelerated learning outcome.

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Geddup and de-clutter your communications

- October 22, 2013 4 MIN READ

We live in the age of digital clutter, with messages overloading our email inboxes, smartphones, and web browsers. Given the influx of digital applications, there’s no better time to Geddup and get organised! New app Geddup helps us manage the communication clutter in our lives by putting messages from our favourite organisations in one place.

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Startup AEGLE Life revolutionises healthcare IT

- August 26, 2013 3 MIN READ

Named after the Greek Goddess of Radiant Good Health, AEGLE Life is set to disrupt the health care industry with their mobile and web-based applications that facilitate illness prevention, early detection and proactive intervention as opposed to reactive treatment.

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Aussie Startup Beanhunter gets a makeover

- May 9, 2013 1 MIN READ

Australian startup Beanhunter has just undergone a major overhaul as it continues to rapidly grow globally. The startup which originally focused on the Australian market now services London, New York, Singapore and San Francisco as part of it’s rapid growth plans.