The City of Sydney has partnered with Investible to run a Retail Innovation Program, an accelerator program aimed at helping traditional bricks and mortar retailers get online.
URef checks the barometer of fan sentiment by asking users whether they agree with key decisions of a match, and allowing them to rate a ref’s performance.
Whooshkaa has expanded its offering significantly since it first launched in January 2016, with chief technology officer Semin Nurkic talking Startup Daily through Whooshkaa’s growth at AWS re:Invent.
Oneflare is continuing to consolidate the home services market, acquiring on-demand cleaning services marketplace TidyMe.
Sydney-founded recruitment startup myInterview has raised $1.6 million from a group of investors led by Entrée Capital and Cliff Rosenberg
Pearler believes that many an average Aussie would like to learn more about investing and how to do it, but the barrier to entry often feels insurmountable.
Sydney HR startup Flare has raised $21 million in a Series B round led by New York venture capital firm Point72 Ventures, with participation from investors including existing backers Reinventure and BridgeLane.
UploadOnce is an online depository allowing users to upload and collate the documents they need to apply for various services.
TwoSpace will be putting startups into the ferris wheel with investors, giving them one spin to pitch their idea and help…get it off the ground.
Pendula enables organisations to send automated two-way communications, such as SMS, email, and post, for operational and financial transactions.
Sydney has been ranked 11th in a list of the top 50 cities globally for female entrepreneurs, with Melbourne also making the list, in 17th place.
Property developer Mirvac has opened The Third Space, a coworking hub in its Broadway shopping centre in Sydney.
Fairfax-backed Oneflare has acquired Sydney-based UrbanYou, a platform facilitating the booking of home services such as cleaning and gardening on-demand.
Susanne Ronnqvist Ahmadi, VP of international marketing at HubSpot, who has balanced her marketing career with her love of MMA for 20 years.
One of Jason Calacanis’s personal theories is that a great founder can come from anywhere, he said, and the founders he met in Australia surpassed his expectations. One note, though: think bigger.