Sydney startup JAGONAL brings in the next generation of office space search engines. The startup finds the perfect office space for rent or sale through 3D virtual tours from every window in the city that is enhanced with a Google streetview style.
Our society often views things as replaceable. You crack your phone, you get a new phone, you tear your pants, you buy new pants. Instead of fixing things we chuck them out and move on to the next. The value of second hand goods has decreased so much so that instead of people selling them, they just toss them onto the street hoping they’re picked up.
Melbourne app Quid Pro Quo allows people to swap second hand goods through a Tinder-style match function
Melbourne startup Quid Pro Quo is an app that bypasses money, and trades second hand good-for-good, matching products with customers who are ready to barter, bargain, and swap. Someone’s trash is someone else’s treasure and that’s what cofounders Leon Chuah and Edward Leung of QPQ Tech are relying on.
Sydney startup Zipmate relieves the disappointment of missed deliveries through its on-demand service
Ziip is looking to relieve that particular brand of disappointment that comes with missing deliveries. Cofounders Naby Mariyam and Hyacinthe Hamon saw that the logistic services of Australian delivery companies were substandard and have yet to keep up with the demands of online shoppers and decided to create a solution.
Sydney startup Found Careers brings that much needed spark in the recruitment process. The app is a fully mobile recruitment platform, designed with photos and questions that are actually interesting, which transforms the whole job finding process into a fun and addictive activity. No filling in form or sending through resumes and countless CVs. Once a person’s profile is completed, applying for jobs is as simple as ticking the roles that appeal to you and crossing those that don’t.
HealthTech startup CohortIQ has taken out the top prize in the DataStart program, an initiative launched by the Prime Minister’s Office in conjunction with Pollenizer last November. Over 200 startups applied to take part in the program, with the seven finalists given access to government data, customer discovery, and technical support across five days before pitching to the judges last night.
“We’re not a major fraud!”
This was the last sentence to leave Brandon Reynolds’ lips as he admitted defeat and the falsification of his new app Sociabl to David Campbell on The Today Show this morning.
Sydney based startup Booking Boss announced they have secured a partnership deal with online travel giant Expedia. The partnership will help connect tour operators and trade distributors in a more efficient way. This is a great milestone for the Aussie startup and has proved their commitment to global expansion.
For years now, everyday bloggers, vloggers, and tweeters have been considered by brands as important marketing tools, becoming known as ‘social influencers’. Leveraging the power of these social influencers can spread a brand’s popularity and increase its national and global reach, but doing it properly can be difficult. As a result, a number of platforms have emerged looking to facilitate effective relationships between brands and influencers, and new player VAMP has decided to focus on the Instagram niche.
Sending through all your work credentials via email seems like an age old tradition, but it’s still the way we do it. On average workers send anywhere between 6 to 13 emails when taking on a new job, which can be quite a laborious task. But it doesn’t end there – HR hates chasing up all your medical certificates by going back and forth between emails.
Seven Aussie startups identified as rising stars in global FinTech100 report while Sydney is named a key FinTech hub
The world’s leading fintech innovators were announced in this year’s Fintech 100 report, unveiled by KPMG and H2 Ventures at Sydney fintech hub Stone and Chalk yesterday. This year’s list was split into two categories, celebrating 50 established startups and 50 emerging stars, with Australian startups including Avoka, Equitise, and Moula making the list of emerging stars, while SocietyOne and Prospa named as established innovators.
Real estate agent review platform RateMyAgent aims to compete through a monthly subscription model rather than commissions
Comparative sites in Australia are booming – whether you want to compare insurance companies, hotels, tours, or even people, there’s a site. To be noticed in the already cluttered cloud, real estate agent comparison platform RateMyAgent has decided to waive the commission fee and place consumers at the forefront of their business.