Brands can turn to the Pretty Squares platform to find a creative who can style and photograph their products for use in their marketing.
Melbourne app Co:lab is a platform that connects creative photographers together in a personalised and online portfolio. The app helps creatives collaborate with a chosen team to fulfill creative projects.
Christchurch-based Bamtino, founded by Adrien Taylor, is a platform that works by connecting users to makers who build a variety of bespoke products.
A few weeks ago, The Fetch’s social media channels started to tease about a pending re-launch of the product after 10 months of very little activity.
It was while she was travelling around Europe that Mariya Kupriyenko met her cofounder Zoe Platt-Young, a fellow design creative. The pair were both freelancers, and visited and worked from many coworking spaces across Europe as they travelled. At the time, neither had any finite plans to return to Wellington, New Zealand, but eventually both did and were inspired by their experiences freelancing around the world.
There are a number of easy to use cloud storage and productivity platforms available online, but two Sydney creatives have launched a new platform called Stashboard in the hopes of helping others in their industry work better and easier.
If there is one thing to be said about the team behind creative network startup The Loop, it’s that their Media and PR game is strong. Last Wednesday, the company issued a press release announcing that co-founder and former CEO of The Loop Australia Pip Jamieson would be departing from the Australian company, for good.
It was a tough call, and that is why we totally outsourced the judgement on this one (and will do so in all future comps, because it totally gives me a scapegoat and I don’t have to think objectively) but the results are in and the Winner of the Top Technologist sponsored by Buffalo Storage Competition is…
The Wall Sticker Company started in 2006 when, both desiring a business of their own, founders Jen and Fi started making kid’s customized canvasses then selling them to area kid’s boutiques. As the demand for their hand painted items became too much, they purchased a vinyl cutter off of eBay for about $300, started cutting out the names, then established their shop in Jen’s back shed. That ‘aha’ moment came as they stuck one of these names right to a wall, and they immediately knew that they had an outstanding product; something so new that would appeal to lots of markets.