Bellr is a customer relationship management system for venues, though the cofounders like to call it a ‘PRM’, rather: a patron relationship management platform.
Looking to help more artists capture their gigs is Australian startup OpenLive, which has developed an automated system to help artists record and release their live performances.
Blending the idea of taste-making with everybody’s love of a good happy hour and other cheap eats is Chug, a Melbourne-based website showcasing all the best happy hours and meal deals at venues around the city.
Tayble allows customers to look at a restaurant menu and order as soon they take a seat. The mobile app also acts as a discovery platform for nearby venues.
Groupee allows users to quickly pay their portion of a bill at a restaurant or cafe, whether they’ve dined with one other person or 20.
While it may ensure every track is gold, it turns out that hooking up a personal streaming account in a commercial venue is against the law, and that’s where Melbourne startup QSIC comes in.
Soon to launch Sydney startup GigPlz can’t promise a record deal, but it is hoping to make life at least a little easier for musicians by helping them find paying gigs – literally defined as anything that gets a musician paid