Courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a Series B round led by Federation, with participation from Full Circle Venture Capital, Rampersand, and Giant Leap Fund.
Crowdsourced delivery startup Go People has announced a raise of over $2 million in the last three months. The startup formerly known as People Post has rebranded and revamped its technology platform to offer yet another service in the competitive logistics space.
With providers looking for any edge in the commerce space, end-to-end platform Neto has partnered with delivery startup Sendle, integrating Sendle as the default delivery provider for Australian stores set up through Neto.
Delivery startup Sendle has today announced the closing of a $5 million Series A round led by Full Circle Venture Capital to help fuel its expansion.
Australian delivery startup Sendle has today launched a new offering called Sendle Satchels to expand its service to SMBs. Small to medium and micro-businesses will now have a more convenient and cheaper option of sending parcels from 500g to 25kg.
Australian delivery service startup Sendle has today announced a partnership deal with NAB to improve parcel delivery for the bank’s small business customers around Australia. The collaboration is part of Sendle’s aim to help small businesses take on big businesses by levelling the logistics playing field.
Overnight, Australian delivery startup Sendle announced that it has entered a new strategic partnership with with online marketplace Etsy.
Recent research by the National Roads and Motorists Association (NRMA) found that 85 percent of its Small Business Motoring customers regularly use parcel delivery services and that 88 percent of this group rated delivery startup Sendle’s service more appealing and competitive than other options currently available to Australian businesses.
There will be two distinct services that ecommerce startups will be seeking when partnering with couriers this year, enhanced tracking features and the cheapest / flat rates for scalability purposes. Both Zoom2u and Sendle are in prime position to claim a large chunk of the market and convert unhappy clients away from more traditional courier methods.
I’m pretty skeptical when it comes to startups who claim they are trying to ‘disrupt’ the Australian postal system.