Adding something new to the coworking mix is Kafnu, a coworking space and hotel set to open next month in Sydney’s Alexandria.
Telstra is set to recruit 1,500 new staff in tech roles, to be sourced “where the best talent is available, both within and outside of Australia,” the company’s CEO Andy Penn announced yesterday.
Israeli fintech startup Splitit has completed the first ASX listing of the year, following the closing of a $12 million initial public offering (IPO).
The Visa Insights: Australia’s Fast Future report suggests real-time payments and person to person (P2P) payments will reach 10.1 trillion by 2023 led by demand from the gig economy.
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:
Courier service Sendle has raised $20 million in a Series B round led by Federation, with participation from Full Circle Venture Capital, Rampersand, and Giant Leap Fund.
Financial management platform Moneytree has partnered with superannuation service Roll-it Super to enable access to its data aggregation solution.
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”.
Company culture is something that is easily overlooked with distributed teams, especially as a company scales.
The Remarkable Accelerator has partnered with Microsoft Australia to open up two spots in its incoming cohort to startups focused on artificial intelligence (AI) solutions.
Despite the celebratory discourse around gaming’s increased accessibility, serious efforts to make gaming accessible to people living with disability remain rare.
Schultz will work with cofounders Andrew Grant and Remo Carbone to develop and commercialise technology for the food, wine, and agriculture industries.
The latest recipients of grants from the government’s Incubator Support scheme have been announced, with six organisations sharing in $2 million in funding.