Sydney startup Found Careers is the first fully mobile recruitment app

- January 29, 2016 4 MIN READ

Sydney startup Found Careers brings that much needed spark in the recruitment process. The app is a fully mobile recruitment platform, designed with photos and questions that are actually interesting, which transforms the whole job finding process into a fun and addictive activity. No filling in form or sending through resumes and countless CVs. Once a person’s profile is completed, applying for jobs is as simple as ticking the roles that appeal to you and crossing those that don’t.


Melbourne app developer Appscore is on track for $25 million in yearly revenue thanks to a partnership with Telstra

- November 25, 2015 3 MIN READ

When apps were still fairly new and marketers sought to educate the market about what exactly apps could help us do, they came up with the memorable ‘there’s an app for that’ tagline. Fast forward a couple of years and there truly is an app for almost anything you could possibly think of, and countless companies out there creating them. Melbourne’s Appscore has become one of the leaders in the Australian app development space.


Mr Tradie is the latest startup looking to help tradies experience the benefits of technology

- August 26, 2015 3 MIN READ

Most people stopped using the Yellow Pages to find a tradesman a decade ago. Since then, the number of websites looking to help consumers connect with the right plumber or electrician has grown exponentially, but the battle is now on between apps looking to corner the tradie market. Despite the competition, Melbourne startup Mr Tradie believes it has the tools to do it.


TalkLife is perhaps one of the most important mobile products right now

- July 3, 2014 2 MIN READ

TalkLife is perhaps one of the most important mobile innovations for 2014.

The South Australian youth mental health start up, is a global social network that enables young people to open up about taboo issues including depression, self-harm and even suicide, has grown to 8,000 users per day across 125 countries in the last two years.


Entrepreneur writes open letter to Red Cross Blood Service

- February 6, 2013 4 MIN READ

19 year old entrepreneur Brandon Cowan has been praised in Media over the last 2 years for his successful apps and philanthropic work in creating apps for organisations and communities that help them be more effective in reaching their goals and mission. Recently he has been reaching out to the Red Cross Blood Service to create an app for them in order to help increase repeat blood donation, after reaching out a number of times, he has decided to write an open letter in order to get the attention of the “right” person he needs to talk to within this part of the organisation. Share this one folks, it’s an important issue, and the app can actually help save lives.