The average Australian carries less than $60 in their wallet, with 80 percent of consumers preferring to pay by card, a new report from Square has found.
Wrappli is an app matching drivers to advertising campaigns based on their driving habits, allowing them to earn cash for wrapping their cars in brand ads.
Using a crowdsourcing model, Aglo’s app allows shoppers to earn cash for completing gamified “missions” while they’re browsing a store.
Zora Tech’s MYN allows content creators and viewers to “tag” products in social media videos to a brand’s website, gaining cash for each click.
Sydney startup Carrott has developed an active cash management app which focuses on educating users about how to make the most of their bank account funds.
GoRepp works through using “brand ambassadors” to promote a startup’s offerings using social media, email, word of mouth, even fliers.
LaunchVic, the Vic Government’s $60 million startup initiative, has announced the grant recipients in its second funding round, totalling $4.9 million.
When starting a new idea, the hardest thing apart from getting it off the ground is working out a way to fund it. And if we have some funds to get us going, and keep us going, how long will they last? Or even if we are out of the early start-up days, and have received funding from angel investors or venture capital, how do we make the most of this funding? Well, it comes down to the numbers.
“Take this job and shove it, I ain’t workin’ here no more!” Who hasn’t dreamed of saying that? Songwriter David Allan Coe’s anthem sums up how everyone has felt at one time or another. A lot of people dream of owning their own business one day – but some brave souls, otherwise known as entrepreneurs, decide to seize the day and make their business dream a reality.