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Startup Daily TV: Pathzero lets companies take control of their carbon footprint

- July 14, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

Pathzero is a new startup out of the Antler Accelerator that helps small and medium-sized businesses understand their carbon footprint, set a path to carbon neutrality and share their climate commitment with confidence. They’ve designed a solution that is as effective as getting consultants in, but simpler and more affordable and can happen in a… Read more »

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Startup Daily TV: ResButler is the tech restaurants need to maximise bookings in the Covid-19 era

- June 23, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

One of the biggest challenges restaurateur Peter Petroulas faced over nearly two decades of running top restaurants at Sydney’s GPO, including Intermezzo, Postales and Prime, was organising to bookings to maximise the use of the dining spaces. Five years ago he decided to develop his own solution to the problem, knowing that existing booking platforms… Read more »

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Startup Daily TV: Australian tech is in danger as the US and China fight for supremacy

- June 22, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

Technology is now a central weapon in the Trump administration’s self-professed “strategic competition” with China and the battle between the two giants has the potential to cause major problems for Australian tech companies according to Brendan Thomas-Noone, a research fellow at Sydney University’s United States Studies Centre. Thomas-Noone authored Tech Wars: US-China tech competition and… Read more »

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Startup Daily TV: Fine Defender, which challenges unjust fines, is crowdfunding

- June 18, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

Fine Defender was founded by Adam Cockayne in 2016 after he saw first-hand the challenges related to unjust fines. So he developed software to help assess and challenge fines issued for everything from parking to traffic, public transport and more recently Covid-19, charging a $25-$35 fee to launch the challenge after they’ve completed an online… Read more »

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Startup Daily TV: RentReady lets landlords pay later for up to $15,000 in expenses

- June 10, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

ASX-listed MoneyMe Ltd (ASX:MME) recently launched RentReady, a pay-later solution to help real estate agents and landlords manage investment properties. RentReady is available to landlords through real estate agencies and offers the option to cover up to $15,000 of property expenses now and pay later. Clayton Howes, CEO and co-founder of MoneyMe, spoke to Startup… Read more »