Sydney startup AppealMe has created an online solution to appeal parking tickets in Australia. The platform is the fastest and easiest way to appeal a ticket, taking 60 seconds to generate an appeal.
Melbourne startup Wealth Fury is trying to design smart investment opportunities for the large millennial demographic. The platform is specifically designed at young investors by building risk management tools to show people what to invest in.
Blackbird Ventures and Startmate have today announced the launch of the 2016 Sunrise Startup Conference, to be held on May 30 at Sydney’s Carriageworks.
The list of Uber’s enemies is a long one. It includes everyone from politicians to taxi lobbyists and the general public to its own drivers. I have been saying on quite a regular basis in the last couple of months that a war is brewing in the transport market.
What I like about Granfar, and why I think that himself and cofounder Bronwyn Leong are going to execute in the Media Tech space brilliantly is based on the fact they understand that what they are trying to do is a very clear departure from what most people understand to be social sharing.
Eat an insect. Save the world.
A ridiculous concept, right? Well, over 2 billion people around the world who enjoy insects as part of their daily diet would disagree with you.
Every region dreams of becoming an innovation hub like Silicon Valley – the foundation for tomorrow’s startups. But none have been able to successfully recreate the ‘magic’ that inhabits the region.
Co-founded by Australian entrepreneurs Paul Pearson and Richard Frey, Alphatise is set to bring the power back into the hands of consumers when it comes to product pricing. Launching in May this year, Alphatise creates a unique marketplace in which consumer drive deals on items they want and suppliers sell items based on market demand.
Three years ago, two Melbourne entrepreneurs frustrated with the costs involved with booking corporate travel decided to embark on Plan B – a cheaper solution. Rather than paying corporate travel agents unnecessary fees, Plan B’s innovative technology allows business owners to arrange their own flights.
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.
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.
No more printing vouchers, paying online or making reservations, because new app bigdeal brings it all to your fingertips! This all-women Aussie startup is going against the grain of other ‘deal’ providers by allowing users to redeem offers instantly from their smartphone.