Fifty-eight percent of Generation Z Australians want to start a business, compared to 53 percent of millennials, and 34 percent of Gen X, a survey has found.
Gen Y-focused financial advisory firm Wealth Enhancers launches e-learning course to help millennials with money
Gen Y-focused financial advisory firm Wealth Enhancers has expanded into online education with the launch of Wealth Creation for Gen Y, a course aimed at helping Gen Y out with their finances.
The LendMyTrend platform allows lenders to list their clothing themselves and manage all bookings, or use the LMT Collective concierge service.
Fintech app Finch raises $2.25 million seed round as health and safety system Donesafe raises $1.2 million
Fintech app Finch has raised $2.25 million in seed funding to grow out its team, further its product development, and accelerate customer acquisition.
We knew that in launching easyshare we would need to be tactical in our approach to engage with the 4 million Australians currently living in sharehouses.
Finch is aiming to take millennials on a journey from splitting bills to giving them financial insights by reading into their expenditure habits.
Sydney startup SnackableTV looks to be a free streaming platform, or network, for high quality short form content aimed at millennial viewers.
The gap that stands between millennials and the property market is where new Melbourne startup CoHome has decided to fill. Still in concept stage, CoHome is looking to help millennials co-own a home with their friends, enabling everyone to pitch in and invest.
Two out of three millennials are already using or considering using fintech services, research reveals
Millennials are already driving rapid change in the financial services industry and the role those services play in how they digitally deliver products.
Presentation software startup Prezi has announced the launch of Prezi Business, a new visual presentation platform for teams. The launch of the new business-focused product is part of Prezi’s move to ramp up its presence in the workplace.
Melbourne fintech startup The Empire Club is an invitation-only fund management and lifestyle company
Fintech startup The Empire Club is an invitation only-fund management and lifestyle company that provides members with privilege offerings tailored to their interests.
Silicon Valley group payments startup Tilt has launched in Australia following a US$67 million raise from Facebook’s founding president Sean Parker and VC firm Andreessen Horowitz.
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.
Melbourne startup Results Only Work Environment (ROWE) is re-shaping the traditional 9-5 work week with an emphasis on results over hours.