WeWork has continued its Australian expansion, today officially opening its first Brisbane location, with the likes of Deliveroo and Zomato already moved in.
Startup coworking community Fishburners has launched a virtual membership program to allow remote founders to tap into its network of events, mentors, and online community.
New Zealand startup Parkable, which enables drivers to find and pay for a parking spot via an app, has acquired Brisbane outfit Park Genie.
MyMedKit was founded with the aim of simpiifying healthcare. As founder Joe Zhou put it, “People should be able to access medicines while sick at home with a touch of a button.”
After a career as a public servant, Katrina Donaghy was inspired by the possibilities of blockchain to ameliorate at least some facets of the bureaucracy.
Arkose Labs, a fraud and abuse prevention startup, has secured a strategic investment from PayPal.
Brisbane’s Audeara has created a full-fidelity headphone that is revolutionising the market by providing a completely personalised listening experience.
How Brisbane coworking community River City Labs is getting members to think about their personal style
Paying attention and putting effort into the way you look can be positive for your self esteem and confidence, says River City Labs’ Kim Trinh.
Now used by customers from regional Australia to the US and even New Caledonia, the Movus product is most easily explained as “a FitBit for machines”.
Indigenous entrepreneurship organisation Barayamal is set to open the Barayamal Centre of Entrepreneurship in Brisbane to support First Nations businesses.
Some say you shouldn’t pitch your business until you’ve perfected your presentation – in reality you also need to gain experience if you want to improve.
Brigie is partnering with educational institutions to list their courses on the site for international students to search through and apply for.
After six years at the helm, Steve Baxter is set to move on from Brisbane coworking hub River City Labs, announcing he is looking for a new owner.
The idea for rubin8 came to founder Rob Holden in 2011, when he was selling advertising space at the Gabba in Brisbane.
In theory, drivers should routinely assess the road-worthiness of their tyres to ensure they are safe to drive, but it would probably be safe to assume most don’t think all that much about them until they’ve got a flat. The problem is that tyres can have a significant impact on the performance of a… Read more »