We chat to inkl’s Gautaum Mishra. Inkl is a digital marketplace that unlocks the world’s biggest news publishers, a bit like a Spotify for news.
Refraction Media produces a variety of magazines, websites, posters, teaching guides, and even apps to encourage students into STEM.
For those of you unfamiliar with the work of Jemma Birrell, she is renowned in publishing circles for being the driving force that turned the Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) into the biggest literary event in the Southern Hemisphere during her last four years as its Artistic Director. This week, publishing startup Tablo announced that Birrell […]
The Facebook Journalism Project, revealed today by director of product Fidji Simo, is a new program to “establish stronger ties between Facebook and the news industry”.
Melbourne digital publishing startup Tablo has this week announced a partnership with the State Library of Victoria to launch Tablo Communities.
Perth based startup Clique Arcade, founded by brother-sister duo Ross and Storm Wyness, entered the fashion-tech space this year. The concept is similar to startups like Young Republic, however when you dig a little deeper, you find that it is much more than an ecommerce play.
Digital publishing platform Tablo has released Tablo Reader, its first iOS and Android app, giving readers access to a vast collection of new books.
It has been an interesting path to market for the team of Netherlands based startup 7write. Originally from Canberra they took a massive risk a couple of years ago and flew over 16,000 km’s to Berlin and pitched to be part of one of Europe’s most prestigious accelerator programs.
Melbourne based entrepreneur Ryan Fitzgibbon has reached his funding campaign goal on Kickstarter to produce a new bi-annual magazine for the gay community called Hello Mr. He hopes to reinvent the cliche’s that play out in current gay lifestyle publications in the market with a focus on accessible, witty and real content.