The world nowadays is all about “hygiene”. There’s sleep hygiene, kitchen hygiene and as Startup Daily learnt from Detexian co-founder Tan Huynh (pictured above) this week, data hygiene. Not being IT-inclined, and the dad who asks his kids to sort out apps on his phone, our conversation on The Problem Solved this week about what… Read more »
Shoes of Prey co-founder Jodie Fox when her startup was in full flight. Jodie Fox was 27 when she launched her bespoke footwear startup, Shoes of Prey in 2009, with her former husband Michael Fox and their university mate Mike Knapp. The business allowed consumers to create bespoke shoes at a fraction of the cost… Read more »
On this episode, we chat about office space with Paul Edwards, General Manager of Workplace Experiences at Mirvac.
Ainsley Johnstone and Natalie Firth are cofounders and co-CEOs of Melbourne recruitment firm Think Talent. The pair founded the business in 2014, because they wanted to do something a little different in recruitment. They explain Think Talent as a marketing-led business, where they help employers develop strong brand recognition that will future-proof them as the… Read more »
On this episode, we chat about AI with Richard Kimber, cofounder and CEO of artificial intelligence startup Daisee.
Valeria Ignatieva is cofounder of WORK180, a company which looks to connect women with roles at organisations that have a focus on gender equality.
We sat down to chat with Melissa Widner, general partner at NAB Ventures, the venture capital arm of National Australia Bank.
Founded in 2011, littleBits created the electronic building block, full of magnetic ‘bits’ that snap together to turn ideas into inventions.
We chat with Leigh Gibson, Tech Area Lead in the Customer Self Service tribe at ANZ, about the bank’s transformation and women in tech.
We sit down to chat with Cherie Diaz about her career path, the evolution of OpenLearning’s approach to education, and the growth of the company moving forward.
OnTheGo is used by everyone from local businesses through to the likes of Microsoft and professional sports teams for the design, development, and production of sports uniforms and custom clothing.
We chat with Nicola Farrell about her experience with Pollenizer, how the Aussie startup ecosystem has developed, and her role with muru-D.
We chat with Peter O’Connell, cofounder and CEO of Amaysim, about his experience in telecommunications and the founding of Amaysim.
We had a chat with Ben Pfisterer about the growth of Square in Australia, how it has gone about forming its partnerships, and its place in the local fintech landscape.
Maria joined Cellmid in 2007 – and since her appointment, she has led a capital restructure, attracted a new international board of directors, and built a diverse portfolio of assets.