Perth-based Demand.film is hoping its 110,000-strong customer base will put their money where their eyeballs are, launching a seven-figure equity raise via crowdfunding. The on-demand cinema startup, which has a catalogue of hundreds of films, predominantly documentaries alongside Australian classics such as Mad Max and Crocodile Dundee, offers crowdsourced, single event-screenings in… Read more »
MyMedKit was founded with the aim of simpiifying healthcare. As founder Joe Zhou put it, “People should be able to access medicines while sick at home with a touch of a button.”
Oneflare is continuing to consolidate the home services market, acquiring on-demand cleaning services marketplace TidyMe.
Fairfax-backed Oneflare has acquired Sydney-based UrbanYou, a platform facilitating the booking of home services such as cleaning and gardening on-demand.
Airmow uses satellite imagery to generate instant quotes to give customers an idea of what they’re set to spend before the contractor comes by.
Sydney-founded home services marketplace UrbanYou has announced the acquisition of HomeHello, an on-demand marketplace for customers seeking domestic cleaning services, for an undisclosed fee.
Despite the buzz around on-demand startups, running a business based on logistics is difficult for everyone, whether it’s Deliveroo or smaller players.
The latest recruitment startup to make its way onto the scene is Melbourne’s Weploy, looking to connect pre-screened employees to employers who need short term staff, on-demand.
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.
Startup Glamazon is allowing its users to connect with on-demand beauty services and salons through a mobile app similar to Uber.
Joining the growing list of massage on-demand services recently is Sydney-based ZenNow, founded by Matthew Doyle and Melissa Rohlfs.
Workfast is an online temp agency, looking to apply the on-demand model to work, connecting employers to qualified temps at short notice.
Crowdsourced delivery startup Go People has announced a raise of over $2 million in the last three months. The startup formerly known as People Post has rebranded and revamped its technology platform to offer yet another service in the competitive logistics space.
Following a company re-brand and the launch of its service in Perth, Deliveroo Australia has today announced the launch of a new platform called Deliveroo for Business. The platform was created to target the increasing popularity of corporates ordering food at lunch.
On-demand service applications seem to be somewhat of a focus across Australia’s startup scene at the moment. There is literally an “Uber for ….” well anything that you can imagine these days including marijuana if you live in San Francisco.