Happy humpday. We hope you’re being paid the right wage. 1. WiseTech shares smashed (again) as it blames coronavirus for revenue downgrade Shares in Sydney-based logistics company WiseTech (ASX: WTC) are being smashed today after the company downgraded its revenue and earnings forecasts for the second half of FY2020, blaming coronavirus. The company… Read more »
It’s Thursday. And Redbubble’s probably looking forward to the weekend more than most. 1. Bubble bursts Just seven weeks ago, ASX-listed online marketplace Redbubble (ASX: RBL), which sells t-shirts, mugs and art by independent artists, was on a high, announcing a 37% revenue jump for Q1 FY20, and massive turnaround in its profitability on 12… Read more »
Redbubble CEO Barry Newstead. Photo: supplied ASX-listed online marketplace Redbubble, which sells t-shirts, mugs and art by independent artists, has seen its revenue jump 37% to AU$70 million in the first quarter of FY2020, posting a massive turnaround in its profitability on 12 months ago. Shares in the business (ASX: RBL) have doubled in value… Read more »
Melbourne online design marketplace 99designs will reach US$250 million ($340 million) in earnings paid out to designers at the end of the month, with US$50 million ($69 million) paid out in the last year alone.
Online creative marketplace RedBubble has today announced the opening of its first European office in Berlin. The office is set to open in early 2017 and signifies the company’s rapid international growth and support of independent artists and customers in Europe.
Redbubble, the online marketplace for creatives, has released its half year financial performance and confirmed its intention to raise $50 million through an ASX listing in June.
Melbourne-based online art marketplace Redbubble has raised $15.5 million in its latest capital raise, with the company looking to use the funds to push its international expansion.
The Sunrise: Smart recruiting, UX design and culture building tops the priority list for Australia’s best entrepreneurs
A panel of Australia’s most influential players in the startup scene came in together Sydney last Friday to share their experiences with a 700-strong crowd at The Sunrise convention. The day-long event gave audiences the rare opportunity to ask questions and learn directly from the founders of companies such as Atlassian, Freelancer, Envato, Canva, RetailMeNot, LookSmart and Salmat.