Bellr is a customer relationship management system for venues, though the cofounders like to call it a ‘PRM’, rather: a patron relationship management platform.
A few months on from launch, food and beverage company Coca-Cola Amatil has announced the first investment by its Amatil X arm, with the corporate venture platform taking a 20 percent stake in Australian startup Doshii.
Kyla Kirkpatrick last year launched ecommerce platform Emperor Champagne, aimed at helping consumers “go on a journey” and identify the champagnes that are best for them.
The transient nature of work in the industry, however, can mean that as staff come and go, businesses don’t have time to train employees. Looking to make it easier is Melbourne-founded Typsy, founded by Jonathan Plowright.
Squaddle is an app which connects hospitality contractors to businesses that need to fill gaps in their roster on-demand.
POSMusic serves licensed songs though an app and desktop service for retailers, providing analytical tools, custom-made playlists and Spotify integration.
Westpac-backed VC fund Reinventure has today announced its seed investment in Melbourne-based payment middleware platform Doshii.
Groupee allows users to quickly pay their portion of a bill at a restaurant or cafe, whether they’ve dined with one other person or 20.
Over the weekend the NSW Government launched the first release of digital licences, making them available for recreational fishers and people working within the hospitality industry.
Melbourne startup QSIC is a commercially licensed music streaming platform for hospitality and retail venues
While it may ensure every track is gold, it turns out that hooking up a personal streaming account in a commercial venue is against the law, and that’s where Melbourne startup QSIC comes in.
Event and hospitality technology company iVvy has achieved a global win, taking out the Stevie Award in the best new product or service of the year category at the 13th Annual International Business Awards.
Sydney-based recruitment startup Skilld has today launched its platform to address the high demand of skills in the hospitality industry. Founder of Skilld Gen George, together with the minister for skills and small business John Barilaro will open up the new match-making service to SMEs and skilled workers.
On-demand is so hot right now. From movies and television to drivers, groceries, and even burritos, anything can be acquired or delivered on demand. Now one Sydney startup has decided to apply the on-demand model to staffing problems in the hospitality industry.
Sydney-based startup GroupDiner is self-assured in its mission to overhaul its competitors in the online restaurant reservation market. Currently a functional MVP, the startup has been co-founded by entrepreneur Alex Tassone and graphic designer Abraham Atiya. Both are cognisant of the fact that they’re breaking into an industry with a number of power players – including Dimmi.
After much anticipation, Adelaide startup Aston Club, deemed “the uber of the hospitality industry” has just launched into the iOS and Android markets. Incorporated into the smartphone application is a Point Of Sale-integrated mobile payment system, member benefit programme with exclusive VIP rewards and unique marketing solutions for merchants.