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“I believe that the world’s advertising creative can be generated by the consumers its designed to engage,” says Jules Lund, founder of Tribe.
Incites believes content experts are just that – experts in content – so it has created an insights platform “made for marketers and publishers, not data analysts” to give users automated, easy-to-action insights.
Brands can turn to the Pretty Squares platform to find a creative who can style and photograph their products for use in their marketing.
Changes to the platform’s newsfeed algorithm that will result in a drastic decline in content from business, brand, and media pages being seen by users.
The Australian startup ecosystem want to be informed, educated, and inspired.
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
The ABC has announced the release of ABC Listen, a new app centred around providing listeners an easier way to access radio shows and podcasting content.
Oovvuu reads hundreds of thousands of articles daily from global publishers and matches them with relevant video content from broadcasters in a bid to tell the news in “a more informative, immersive, and engaging way”.
BOP Industries creates holographic content specially tailored to a client for use at an event or space, also supplying them with projection devices.
Beanbag Movies is developing a streaming platform that allows users to watch the latest release at home as soon as it debuts at the cinema.
Queensland startup Creatively Squared looks to ease the path to the perfect Instagram feed by connecting clients to visual content producers.
Medical Channel streams tailored content to health practices to both educate and entertain patients slumped in their waiting room chairs.
Sydney startup SnackableTV looks to be a free streaming platform, or network, for high quality short form content aimed at millennial viewers.