Sidekicker, which looks to provide businesses with workers on-demand, has today announced the acquisition by SEEK of a substantial stake in the business for an undisclosed figure.
IT solutions company NEC Australia has become the latest tech company to put a stake in the ground in Melbourne, announcing the official opening of its new Australian headquarters and Innovation Centre in the city’s Docklands precinct today. The new 6000 square metre office will be home to 600 staff, while the Innovation Centre will […]
Currently, in the Australian recruitment space, there are three prominent companies,disrupting what is more commonly known as the “temping” market. Those startups are Expert360 at the top end, OneShift Jobs at the low end and Sidekicker that sits between the two.
Busy Melbourne residents and businesses can breathe a sigh of relief now that young locals Tom Amos (25) and Jacqui Bull (22) have launched their new online venture, Sidekicker, which aims to help you maximise the hours in your day. Sidekicker’s easy to use app and website gives professionals and businesses instant access to a network of presecreened, quality helpers ready to take care of your small and time consuming jobs for $25 per hour, allowing you to focus on the important tasks.