In recognising the demand for entrepreneurs in this day and age, non-for-profit foundation Club Kidpreneur has designed a unique, interactive and educational entrepreneurial programme for kids across Australia. The Camp Kidpreneur holiday programme is taking place in nine locations nationwide to foster entrepreneurial thinking in children aged between 8 and 12 years.
Australian entrepreneurs Justin Parfitt and Dean Kelly last week launched a new, experience-centred social media app, HeyLets. The app, which allows users to discover and share their favourite experiences, is set to transform the way we review online.
Selecting the right real estate is critical in the process of selling your property. But many property owners make that choice blindly, often pulling a name out of the hat due to the overwhelming number of agents to choose from. Australian startup OpenAgent.com.au makes that process easier. Clients visit the site, provide basic details about the property they’d like to sell, and the platform provides real-time real estate agent rankings and recommendations for them.
Back in 2011 whilst still at University Mia McCarthy founder of new cereal brand Yummia, decided to take a punt and enter the very aggressive world of breakfast products, specifically muesli.
Melbourne-based car manufacturing startup Tomcar Australia is well on its road to success, having pre-sold 100 units of the all-terrain vehicles and now accepting cryptographic currency Bitcoin.
Australian startup StageLabel is a crowdfunding platform not only for prominent fashion designers, but also for promising ones fresh out of University, TAFE or College, who have no business experience, no capital, just raw talent.
Bra-Voe is an innovative solution for bra storage that’s gained widespread acclaim across the country, and won the title of Best Product Design at the Sydney Design Awards last Wednesday.
Launched two weeks ago on the Android and iOS app stores, The Pub Crawl Pages is rapidly gaining traction from young, tech savvy adventurers looking to spend a great night out. The app is the only definitive global pub crawl directory – allowing users to locate pub crawl companies in various cities around the world with updated information on pricing and features. Users also get special offers, discounts, and freebies at particular crawls by using the app.
Aston Club is set to become the Uber of the hospitality industry, offering a simple, fast and secure Point Of Sale-integrated payment solution with an in-built membership programme for ‘members’ to earn rewards from Australia’s leading brands and hospitality groups.
With Quickboats, Australia’s broad estuaries and coastal waterways can be explored by anyone with a thirst for freedom and adventure. As the world’s most advanced folding boat, Quickboats can be assembled in just 60 seconds and folds down into two portable bags that are storable anywhere in the house.
In October last year, entrepreneur Steve Hui founded travel startup iFLYflat after uncovering the secret formula for flying first-class at just a fraction of the retail cost, or in some circumstances, for ‘free’. Instead of paying up to $15,000 for a return flight, Hui guarantees to get the average consumer a first-class seat for just $6000 – less than half the retail cost.
Those of us afflicted with first-world problems know exactly how frustrating it is when our phone battery goes flat or we’ve forgotten our earphones at home. But Queensland startup MobileCentral24/7 has developed a simple, yet ground-breaking solution!