Perth’s Formalytics is one of the breakthrough stories in the Australian tech industry in 2018, its app myKicks climbing the rankings during the World Cup.
Sitting at the corners of fan engagement, content and gamification, QuizJam gives clubs and organisations another channel to integrate a sponsor’s message into game-based campaigns.
Healthtech startup HealthEngine is again in the spotlight, with the ABC reporting it shared user data with law firms seeking clients for personal injury claims.
Fresh off opening a space in Perth, coworking community Tank Stream Labs has brought on entrepreneur and Shark Tank judge Andrew Banks as its entrepreneur in residence.
Tap into Safety was founded by Susanne and Geoff Bahn in 2014 after decades spent looking at health and safety in the workplace from different angles.
The idea for Speqs and its virtual try on solution came from cofounder Bjorn Russell’s experience playing around with the L’Oreal Makeup Genius app.
Less than three years later, we’ve reached that magical bootstrap nirvana of being debt-free and profitable.
Startup Daily understands Ticketbooth this week turned down an acquisition offer of around $22 million from a large player in the ticketing industry.
Startup hub Tank Stream Labs has announced it’s branching out west, opening a new space in Perth in partnership with EY.
Fifty-two projects across Australia have received funding through the first round of the government’s Smart Cities and Suburbs Program, with grants totalling $28.5 million.
Squaddle is an app which connects hospitality contractors to businesses that need to fill gaps in their roster on-demand.
Aiming to play a part in building “more technology businesses that should be built, not just the ones that can be built” is Dapper Ventures, an initiative of Perth development agency Dapper Apps.
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.
Credi is working with lenders and borrowers who don’t traditionally see themselves in those terms – friends and family who simply lend each other money.
Nuheara, the company behind the ‘IQbuds’ has announced the close of a $9 million through an institutional placement to further its product development.