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Talent Unleashed Award finalist uHoo helps identify the toxins in the air we breathe to create healthier lifestyles

- June 29, 2016 < 1 MIN READ

Singapore-based startup uHoo tracks air quality and provides real-time alerts through a mobile device application. The company has developed a pint glass-sized device equipped with more sensors than any other product on the market so far, which measure toxins to help users learn about the air they’re breathing and identify potential triggers for respiratory conditions.


SEEK’s $12.5 million stake in Babajob is just the first in what will be a number of cross-regional investments

- April 30, 2015 3 MIN READ

India is attractive right now for investors. In the last 12 months, investment into India’s tech scene has increased threefold – it has become the world’s third largest startup ecosystem just behind the United States and United Kingdom, according to the 2014 National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) report. The same report also suggests that the number of startups in India will rise from around 3,100 currently to over 11,000 by 2020.


Uber vs goCatch: We Put Taxi-Tech to the Test

- March 13, 2015 < 1 MIN READ

Global giant Uber and Aussie startup goCatch are the two dominant players in taxi-tech in Australia, battling it out for supremacy in our capital cities. We put the two big players, Uber and goCatch, to the test to see how they stack up. [Source: TheHipPocket]


Startups like Lodie and Couchelo are setting the bar for curated marketplaces

- July 3, 2014 2 MIN READ

In the competitive world of interior design two Australian startups are currently making inroads with premium play, curated marketplaces.

Couchelo, founded by Si-Si Dai, William Fan and Fei Yao, is focusing on unique vintage and designer furniture. Lodie, founded by Melbourne-based entrepreneurs Gabrielle Kelly and Simon Doukas focuses more on the homewares and gift market, including fashion and jewellery.