Founded in 2016, designer dress lending platform Designerex has grown to 12,000 listed items and embarked upon expansion in the US.
Six retailers have begun their transition from traditional brick and mortar outlets to online brands at the Bricks & Clicks* sprint weekend at International Towers, Barangaroo.
Airbnb management startup Hometime launches in two new markets as gross booking value hits $2 million per month
Hometime is going from strength to strength, announcing its launch into top tourism markets Byron Bay and the Sunshine Coast.
Founded by 24 year old medical student and ex-cancer patient Nikhil Autar, the Sydney startup was born out of both Autar’s own experiences while sick, and those of friends he lost to illness.
Coviu’s PhysioROM helps patients receive physical rehab from their home by automating and standardising the calculation of their range of motion via webcam.
Aiming to bridge the information gap for patients needing a specialist doctor is Patient Connector.
Adding something new to the coworking mix is Kafnu, a coworking space and hotel set to open next month in Sydney’s Alexandria.
As we get ready to properly dive into the work year, we asked a couple of Australian startup CEOs what they’re working on, and what business concerns might be keeping them up at night in 2019:
Lending a hand to those suffering from swipe fatigue is Australian dating service Matchsmith. Founded by Holly Bartter, Matchsmith provides clients with assistance in “navigating their online dating life”.
Despite the celebratory discourse around gaming’s increased accessibility, serious efforts to make gaming accessible to people living with disability remain rare.
Founded by husband and wife team Emma and Joel Inteman, ShopShare is a shoppable video platform aiming to help content creators give shoppers advice.
For nib, the development of the AI solution was done hand in hand with the frontline staff whose jobs one might assume it could put in jeopardy.
MyMedKit was founded with the aim of simpiifying healthcare. As founder Joe Zhou put it, “People should be able to access medicines while sick at home with a touch of a button.”
It’s been a transformative 12 months for Ida Sports as the business looks to capitalise on a problem that hasn’t been fully tackled.