Given the shifting nature of work and office life, one could be forgiven for thinking that a company like Fuji Xerox, best known for printers, has gone the way of Blockbuster.
MealPal is a monthly subscription service connecting members to cheap lunches from partner restaurants
Raising US$15 million earlier this year, MealPal was founded to provide a cheaper way for time-conscious office workers to buy lunch every day.
The Government has announced it is set to open a new office for the CSIRO in San Francisco in order to boost the organisation’s engagement with the US.
In taking a new approach to the workplace is US startup We Roam, which looks to create location-independent places of work. Launched earlier this year, We Roam has created a travel program with curated trips around the world for those of us who can work remotely.
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.
Sydney based Elcom Technology Inc, a global provider of enterprise web content management solutions, is the latest home-grown technology company to take advantage of the services provided by NSW Trade & Investment’s new Business Office in San Francisco.
Uber, Kaggle, Pinterest, Branchout – just these four companies alone have gone on to raise big rounds of funding after meeting investors on Angel List – $168 million just between the four of them. Over 1000 Startups to date have received funding for their businesses after meeting investors via Angel List.