Alcohol delivery service Tipple is looking to leverage data to boost its offering to customers, while also creating an additional revenue stream.
Last week Startup Daily in collaboration with payments company Braintree held a fancy little party at city venue The Carousel by X Studio.
Braintree’s core mission has always been to help developers, entrepreneurs, innovators, and merchants thrive. One of the ways that the company does this is through its new event series Braintree_Talks, a global industry event that gives its community direct access to leaders of the world’s most innovative organisations.
A couple of weeks ago I sat down with Aunkur Arya, the General Manager of Mobile for payments company Braintree, to discuss the findings of a recent survey and analysis conducted by the company powered by SurveyMonkey.
The introduction of the new v.zero SDK by Braintree, which rolled out across Australia yesterday is definitely going to cause startups to think hard about their choice of payment portal, mainly due to the fact that this new service will allow people to integrate Paypal and Braintree simultaneously into their website or application.
Global payments platform Stripe has today announced its launch into the Australian market, going head-to-head against competitor Braintree, which established itself in Australia in November 2012 and opened up a Sydney office in June 2013. While Braintree has experienced enormous success in the country, the arrival of Stripe may pose a threat – especially when it comes to winning over the startup community.
PayPal and Braintree will be hosting a 24-hour hackathon in Sydney on July 26 and 27, where developers compete for the chance to win a trip to Silicon Valley and $100,000 USD. The hackathon is part of the global BattleHacks competition that visits 14 cities around the world before culminating at the World Finals event in November.