Finch is aiming to take millennials on a journey from splitting bills to giving them financial insights by reading into their expenditure habits.
SavvyKiwi looks to help match savers to the right fund. It then keeps monitoring the fund to keep savers abreast of any issues or changes that they should be aware of and, if they choose to switch, helps them easily transfer to another fund.
If Wattblock achieves all it has planned this year, it could very well make a meaningful dent in Australia’s carbon emissions whilst building a business that has billions of dollars in global potential.
Still banking with your Dollarmite account? Time to grow up, homie. Debt To 10K is the new online service designed to help those with sporadic spending habits create a custom repayment plan to pay off bad debts and reach an ultimate savings goal of $10,000.
A more mobile workforce helps to reduce overheads, many small businesses are increasing their reach by being available in more locations, but only maintaining one office in a central location. It also means businesses are spending less money on IT requirements.
For start-ups, every dollar counts. While you’ll obviously be trying to cut down on costs wherever possible, there are a few areas many business owners often don’t think about when looking at their spending. By keeping the below tips in mind, you’ll be able to save money for your start-up without compromising your core services.
With energy prices on the rise for some time now, Lemnis Lighting Australia is urging companies and venues to switch to LED technology before the new tariffs come into effect in order to save thousands off their energy bill. Commercial lighting can attribute to up to 25 per cent of a company’s total energy costs and according to John Simpson, Managing Director of Lemnis Lighting Australia, these figures could be dramatically reduced if more people implemented the latest LED technology.