Scooter Tutor has developed Icosian, an online booking system which connects customers, service providers and internal support teams together.
Sydney startup Littlescribe is an app allowing kids and schools to digitise and print their own books
Littlescribe’s app allows kids or their parents to digitise the stories they create, with the platform meshing each page together to create a book.
AirActive is a fitness activity booking app rewarding users with Velocity Frequent Flyer points with each booking made and offering on and off-peak pricing.
No Yelling allows learner drivers to connect with instructors, book appointments and complete transactions through an app and online platform.
A new player in the ridesharing place looking to tackle the issue of sure pricing to benefit both drivers and passengers is Hi Oscar.
KimKim connects customers looking to book a trip with a travel specialist either based, or well versed in, the country a customer wants to travel to.
[VIDEO] Audible’s Matthew Gain on the company’s journey and rise of the audiobook industry in Australia
Audible is a streaming platform allowing users to purchase and listen to audiobooks narrated by a book’s author or a voice professional.
Feedmee is a social enterprise restaurant discovery and booking platform which donates a portion of each booking referral fee to charity.
HealthEngine has announced the closure of a $26.7 million Series C round led by Sequoia India, which will help expand the startup’s team and offerings.
Tutor Scooter is an online platform allowing parents to find and book qualified tutors across a range of grades and subjects.
Seeva is an online marketplace allowing carers and users with disabilities to find, connect and book disability service providers.
NAB Labs launches healthtech platform Medipass Solutions to help streamline doctor bookings and payments
NAB has partnered with healthtech startup Medipass Solutions to develop a new healthtech platform that will integrate the bank’s HICAPS system.
It is estimated that over 50 percent of Australian businesses are currently affected in some way by digital disruption across various areas of what they do. Some studies actually suggest that over 5 million jobs are at risk of being automated over the coming years – disrupted by high-growth technology startups. The topic is being explored in greater depth in a new book that was released this morning by one of Australia’s most prolific technology lawyers, Nick Abrahams.
Creels New Book! Creel Price launched 10 businesses by the time he turned 21, before co-founding Blueprint Management Group with $5000 and selling it a decade later for over $100 million. Creel’s current business, Accelerate Global, trains entrepreneurs around the world in his unique approach to business.