A few months on from raising $10 million in a Series A round led by Seek, Brisbane startup GO1 has added a raft of new names to its leadership team as it gears up to accelerate its growth.
When it was originally accepted into New Zealand’s Lightning Lab Accelerator MishGuru was a platform that would allow people to custom design and print their own 3D horse shoes, with the grand idea being around automating the process of shoeing horses.
In April 2014, Martin Martinez officially launched his privileges programme, Entrepreneur Card.
At just 26 years old in 2013, entrepreneur Dustin Leonard launched his venture HERO Condoms. The business originally spun-off from a university assignment he was completing in 2012, and now it is a company with a humanitarian cause at its core.
Beanhunter may have acquired Coffeejobs last week, but this is just the first step in a much larger strategy for owning Australia’s speciality coffee space.
It sounds simple – because simplicity is the purpose – but what’s interesting is how scalable ParentPaperwork’s solution is, especially when considering its potential beyond Australia and the education industry.
Mat Beeche sat down with Dwyane Martin to get the low down on importing and exporting edible goods in and out of Australia.
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There is one Aussie startup that has been creating change on a global scale for more than a decade and its got the numbers to back it up – 17 million database, 246,000 fans on Facebook and 1 million uniques a month.
Video Cha Cha is a video production service that focuses on the small business and startup market. Although a company with the same name, can be found doing the same thing can also be found in Hong Kong, the Australian business cofounded and managed by Nanda Duijndam and based in Perth is a separate company in all respects sharing only the name and IP / technology.