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 best products and services are often born out of a problem faced by someone. While some may be more, let’s say, trivial than others, such as an app that saves you from standing in line to order your lunch, others can be the difference between life and death. Such is the case of Life Cell […]
A new player in the ridesharing place looking to tackle the issue of sure pricing to benefit both drivers and passengers is Hi Oscar.
Cribber is an app facilitating communication and compliance between tradies and site manager through a daily content “bulletin board”.
Predominantly aimed at LGBTQI users, Winkd is a dating app looking to bring the act of meeting someone back to its roots.
Two Peas is a dating app with a focus on using strict search parameters to create a more profound connection experience for its users.
Jugglr is an app helping stay-at-home mothers connect with others in their local area and offer each other their professional services.
Shebah is a rideshare service for female-identifying drivers and passengers only, with boys to the age of 12 travelling with a woman welcome.
Perth app KodaChat aims to create a safe community in which kids can socialise online by, in the words of cofounder and CEO Luke O’Keefe, “replicating a parent’s physical role in their child’s development in the digital space.”
Shannon Cloy, founder of personal safety app Mi Vista, knows better than most that it isn’t just women who need to be aware of their surroundings and given the peace of mind of knowing that they are secure. Cloy was stabbed outside a hotel nearly ten years ago, and despite multiple CCTV cameras both inside the venue and out, no footage of the offender was captured.
After her teenage daughter was killed by an internet predator, Sonya Ryan has spent the past few years dedicating her time to educating young people and their parents about the dangers of cyber crime. Her experience led her to come up with the idea for Thread, an app which she believes may have helped her daughter if it had been available to her.
Townsville tech company SafetyCulture has announced that it has secured $6.1 million in its oversubscribed Series A round of funding – most of the investors in this round are existing shareholders. The latest round brings the total amount of funds raised by the startup to just under $11 million, with investors including Bill Tai, Blackbird Ventures and Farquhar, who is also a backer of Blackbird.