Salesforce has launched myTrailhead, a platform allowing organisations to create their own learning experiences to help employees up skill.
According to KPMG, 62 percent of Australian startups don’t have any women on their boards.
Through its various offerings, Perkbox wants to “create a better society by helping employees succeed, in life and at work”.
WeWork has continued its Australian expansion, today officially opening its first Brisbane location, with the likes of Deliveroo and Zomato already moved in.
The app was founded by Marta Barbayannis, who described GiftWell as “an electronic wishing well” making it easier to “give gifts for life’s special moments”.
Neobank Xinja Bank has broken its own equity crowdfunding record, raising just under $2.59 million from over 1,500 investors in its second campaign.
Telstra-backed accelerator muru-D has unveiled the 10 startups taking part in SYD6, the sixth run of its Sydney program.
CRM software company Salesforce has launched a US$50 million ($70.5 million) Australia Trailblazer Fund to invest in local startups.
Grabox has dubbed itself an “in-car convenience store”: it distributes to drivers boxes full of snacks that passengers can buy during their ride.
Accurassi is the brainchild of Ross Sharman, who founded it with the goal of taking the hassle out of comparing essential service providers. As he puts it, the current experience of comparing different providers for everything from energy to insurance – and much more in between – can be difficult and confusing for customers. “Accurassi… Read more »
Four years after missing out on a chance to redevelop the Australian Technology Park site, Atlassian will finally get to set up shop at Eveleigh.
South Australian nanosatellite company Myriota has added former NASA astronaut Pamela Melroy to its board as a non-executive director.
New Zealand-founded, Singapore-based video production startup 90 Seconds has raised US$20 million ($28 million) in Series B funding.