Sydney-based recruitment startup Skilld has today launched its platform to address the high demand of skills in the hospitality industry. Founder of Skilld Gen George, together with the minister for skills and small business John Barilaro will open up the new match-making service to SMEs and skilled workers.
Coffee ordering and payments app Hey You has announced a $2 million Series B funding round as it looks to enter its next growth phase. The round, led by existing investors Reinventure and Exto Partners, will go towards supporting Hey You’s vision to expand nationwide to become Australia’s number one cash-free marketplace.
Situated in the heart of the Flatiron District in Manhattan is coworking and collaboration hub Journee, a space that is hoping to lead a community of tech-driven restaurant professionals.
The Victorian Government may be trailing behind a number of other states in not having regulated ridesharing services such as UberX, but that hasn’t stopped the company from launching its food delivery service UberEATS in Melbourne today. Melbourne is the third city outside North America to get the service.
Fast health food restaurant chain THR1VE closes multi-million funding round led by Blue Sky Venture Capital
THR1VE has today announced that it has secured a multi-million dollar investment in a round led by Blue Sky Capital, with participation from Mike Green, former partner of New York-based Oak Hill Capital Partners, and former Oroton chairman Ross Lane, who was also one of THR1VE’s seed investors.
The Australian online restaurant booking market is set to heat up, with Quandoo launching in Sydney this month. Founded in Germany in 2012, the startup expanded around Europe before identifying Australia as an expansion target late last year.
As apps like Menulog make it easier than ever for consumers to order and have food delivered to their door, it’s never been more important for restaurants to have a full roster of drivers. However, many are still getting caught out when drivers call in sick or cancel shifts. Steve Fanale and Johnny Timbs founded Yello, a food delivery management platform, after encountering the problem themselves.