The way we search for things on the internet hasn’t evolved as tech has, but Australian startup Sajari is out to change that.
Sydney startup Tipi has created a keyless room entry system, helping to streamline the check in process for travellers at hostels around the world.
Founded by husband and wife duo Celeste and Hui Ong, who sold restaurant directory and review site Eatability to Optus in 2012 for $6 million, Pair is “designed to bring safety, respect and honesty to dating”.
Perth’s Formalytics is one of the breakthrough stories in the Australian tech industry in 2018, its app myKicks climbing the rankings during the World Cup.
Social scientist, leadership expert and award-winning filmmaker, Silvia Damiano has spent the past two decades pondering the question: is a good leader made or born?
Uptek has set itself the task of demonstrating the muscular benefits of blood flow restriction training, a novel method of exercise used by NASA.
Today Aussies are embracing their sports gear as their go-to fashion item and apparel brand Cycology is cashing in on the action.
Aiming to connect fans to their heroes in sports or entertainment for experiences that money can buy is Sydney-based startup Fan+
WLTH aims to put into the hands of the average Australian tech tools that have traditionally only been available to finance professionals.
To help connect all types of job seekers who want to find flexible work with employers offering such roles is Beam, founded by Victoria Stuart and Stephanie Reuss.
Aiming to get travellers through the travel planning and booking process end to end is Melbourne-founded TRAVLR, created by husband and wife team Simon and Lani te Hennepe.
Now known as one of Australia’s favourite sharks on Shark Tank, Dr Glen Richards’ entrepreneurial journey began at 27, when he bought a small vet practice in Townsville.
Meeum was founded by Elyse Maberley and Sam Hemphill with the goal of broadening access to coding education.
Imagine being able to step inside and interact with a building you’ve designed before it even exists: this is the world Inspace XR is envisioning.
CompareVillages launched earlier this year with the aim of bringing transparency to the sector by helping consumers find and compare retirement villages.