“Be the CEO your parents always wanted you to marry.” It’s perhaps not a message one would expect to find on viral Instagram posts and prominent billboards advertising a dating app, but it’s the message Bumble went with.
Care Support Network (myCSN) is an online marketplace connecting elderly and users with disabilities to cares, while offering a peer connecting network.
Targeting university societies, Qnect allows users to browse through events where the ‘attending’ list only reveals those who have paid for a ticket.
HerePin uses a linear social feed that allows travellers to see other users in the local area, and post short updates or statuses.
Connecting early stage startups to seed funding, Tank Stream Labs has launched Seed Money, a new program giving startups the chance to pitch to investors.
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.
Operating a little differently to many other accelerators in the United States, Blackbox runs programs that focus on non-US based startups looking to break into the US market.