New laws require companies that experience any significant data breach to notify The Office of The Australian Information Commissioner and impacted clients.
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.
Another high-profile Australian startup has lost a chief executive, with Campaign Monitor’s Alex Bard today announcing he will be leaving his post as CEO at the end of June.
Campaign Monitor has announced the acquisition of Tagga, which will be integrated to allow businesses to track and visualise customer’s behavioural data.
Bard is particularly passionate about the small to medium businesses that make up the bulk of the 200,000 clients using Campaign Monitor.
It’s no surprise that Atlassian cofounders, Mike Cannon-Brookes and Scott Farquhar have once again dominated the BRW Young Rich List. The two tech heavyweights have accumulated wealth of over eight and a half times than that of the runners up.
Sydney-based email marketing software startup Campaign Monitor has announced the launch of an app store and certified partner program to provide customers with new tools and resources to help further their marketing efforts.
Within the last 12 months the global tech startup ecosystem has seen more companies than ever before rise to the status of unicorn. Just this week hipster glasses ecommerce play Warby Parker joined the club with its new billion dollar valuation. In fact, it’s starting to become an occurrance that happens every other month with New York based marketing startup Sprinklr reaching a $1.17 billion valuation in March.
Australian email marketing software provider Campaign Monitor has announced the opening its new headquarters in the heart of Sydney’s central business district as well as plans to hire 100 new employees globally in the next 12 months, doubling its current headcount.
Email marketing software provider Campaign Monitor has today announced a new email automation tool to help businesses personalise their interactions with customers.
Campaign Monitor has announced today that it has acquired San Francisco based survey startup, GetFeedback.
When it comes to email marketing platforms for business, Richardson and Greiner are kicking it with the top companies in the world. The bootstrapped beachside startup now boasts over 800,000 customers; and those people are using Campaign Monitor to send 1.3 billion communications to their clients per month.
They also happen to have one of the freshest offices going around for a startup. I mean seriously this office space is basically minimalist porn.
The bootstrapped beachside startup that received $250 million in late stage funding just this year boasts over 800,000 customers; and these customers are using Campaign Monitor to send over 1.3 billion communications to their clients per month. But communications is just the basic stuff. Campaign Monitor has at least 7 ways you can use the platform to generate sales leads for your business.
The Founders of Campaign Monitor, David Greiner and Ben Richardson, have just secured USD$250 million (AUD$266 million) of funds from US-based venture capital firms, after 10 years of bootstrapping. This is the largest capital injection experienced by an Australian technology startup ever.
You’d be forgiven if you weren’t able to recognise the names Ben Richardson and Dave Greiner – these founders don’t seek personal press too often, if at all. Born out of a need to systemise their own business, Campaign Monitor was created in 2004 with modest expectations in place.