Fresh off raising $33 million Series C round in October, Airtasker is gearing up for a busy Christmas period, today announcing a partnership with Coles to trial a delivery service across 64 Sydney stores.
Alcohol delivery service Tipple is looking to leverage data to boost its offering to customers, while also creating an additional revenue stream.
Passel is a crowdsourced delivery service using regular people already near the local store to complete the final mile delivery.
Feedmee is a social enterprise restaurant discovery and booking platform which donates a portion of each booking referral fee to charity.
HelloCars is offering an online car marketplace focused on selling quality used cars that are delivered to a buyer’s door anywhere in Australia.
Domino’s has announced the launch of an AI assistant that will be plugged into the brand’s site and mobile app to allow customers to order food using voice.
Crowdsourced delivery startup Go People has announced a raise of over $2 million in the last three months. The startup formerly known as People Post has rebranded and revamped its technology platform to offer yet another service in the competitive logistics space.
With providers looking for any edge in the commerce space, end-to-end platform Neto has partnered with delivery startup Sendle, integrating Sendle as the default delivery provider for Australian stores set up through Neto.
To create a world first marketplace for last mile tracking, Sherpa has recently launched a new platform called Sherpa Fleet. The platform is a management service for a company’s existing fleet, but also has the capacity for third parties to tap into that fleet.
Domino’s partners with Australian drone startup Flirtey to launch world’s first ever commercial drone pizza delivery service
Domino’s has today announced a partnership with Australian drone startup Flirtey to launch the world’s first ever drone delivery service in New Zealand. The partnership aims to connect people with pizza via CAA-approved trial store-to-door drone deliveries.
Sydney startup CampNow wants to take the inconvenience out of buying and renting camping gear by hiring and delivering equipment straight to your door.
Sydney startup Zipmate relieves the disappointment of missed deliveries through its on-demand service
Ziip is looking to relieve that particular brand of disappointment that comes with missing deliveries. Cofounders Naby Mariyam and Hyacinthe Hamon saw that the logistic services of Australian delivery companies were substandard and have yet to keep up with the demands of online shoppers and decided to create a solution.
Launching just last week, Sydney-based startup Koala is looking to disrupt the bedding industry with its new state of the art mattress product and 4-hour delivery online experience.
As apps like Menulog make it easier than ever for consumers to order and have food delivered to their door, it’s never been more important for restaurants to have a full roster of drivers. However, many are still getting caught out when drivers call in sick or cancel shifts. Steve Fanale and Johnny Timbs founded Yello, a food delivery management platform, after encountering the problem themselves.
In ancient times, foot messengers ran miles to deliver messages. And then there were homing pigeons and horseback riders. Today, not only is a short drive inconvenient, we’re also impatient about delivery timeframes – especially when compared to the instant nature of information exchange. This is the basis of a recently launched Sydney-based startup Sherpa, founded by Frenchmen Mathieu Cornillon and Bastien Vetault who migrated to Australia four and six years ago, respectively.