Audience engagement is one of the key factors in the success of your event. Keep your attendees interested and engaged and you have a good chance of achieving your goals.
Melbourne-founded AmazingCo, a startup whose platform allows users to plan special events and outings online, has raised $2.3 million in a funding round led by Rampersand VC.
Startup Daily understands Ticketbooth this week turned down an acquisition offer of around $22 million from a large player in the ticketing industry.
Sydney startup Hireup has come out in first place in this year’s Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list, with zipMoney and Zero Latency rounding out the top three.
Recent studies show that 49% of startup founders suffer from mental health issues.
Australian startup Venue Insider provides venue listings complete with virtual tours to help event planners go about their work quicker.
BOP Industries creates holographic content specially tailored to a client for use at an event or space, also supplying them with projection devices.
Helping connect women across the globe to charities working to put a stop to gender equalities is Sydney-based social enterprise Secret Sisterhood.
Melbourne’s AmazingCo is an event planning platform helping customers manage the logistics of an event
AmazingCo allows users to plan an event, matches them with trusted providers, and then has its concierges manage logistics to ensure it runs smoothly.
To further its focus on IoT, Startupbootcamp partnered with the City of Melbourne to host IoT & Data FastTrack for Melbourne Knowledge Week last Friday.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian announced this weekend that NSW has secured the rights to host the LAUNCH startup festival in Sydney in 2018 and 2019.
Fintech investment firm H2 Ventures has announced that it will be running its second Sydney Startup Weekend next week at WeWork’s space in Pyrmont.
On-demand photography startup Snappr has announced today its expansion into the US with the opening of a San Francisco office and backing from YCombinator.
Launched in 2006, Eventfinda was originally an events listing platform. Now incorporating ticketing, the startup last year processed 20 million tickets for events around New Zealand.
Work Club is a “lifestyle” coworking space offers startups of an opportunity to extend beyond their comfort zone and branch towards innovating new ideas.