Melbourne-based startup Hospital Glamour is an online fashion store for hospital gowns that provide hospital patients with style and practicality. The gowns revamp the old outdated hospital gown with fun and colourful prints, giving people more dignity upon their hospital stay.
Sydney startup Kent and Lime provides men with their very own fashion kits catered to suit their style and the current fashion trends.
Sydney fintech startup Afterpay launches buy now, pay later service in Topshop Topman Australian stores
Sydney fintech startup Afterpay has today launched its payment service in Topshop Topman stores across Australia. Originally available to customers through online retailers only, Afterpay is now extending its offer into physical stores with the rollout to nine Topshop Topman stores in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
Singapore ecommerce platform Sprooki appoints former Westpac CIO as chairman as it prepares for ASX listing
Singapore ecommerce platform Sprooki has today announced it had appointed former Westpac CIO Bob McKinnon as chairman as it prepares to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). McKinnon will bring over 40 years of experience in business, governance and finance to help Sprooki expand further across Australia and New Zealand.
Melbourne startup QSIC is a commercially licensed music streaming platform for hospitality and retail venues
While it may ensure every track is gold, it turns out that hooking up a personal streaming account in a commercial venue is against the law, and that’s where Melbourne startup QSIC comes in.
UK ecommerce startup Pretty Little Thing expanding celebrity-inspired fast fashion offering in Australia
Manchester-based startup Pretty Little Thing was launched in 2012 by Umar Kamani, who grew up surrounded by fashion – his father is the founder of online fashion retailer Boohoo.com.
Australian marketplace for independent retailers ARCHFASHION has partnered with zipPay to provide consumers with a digital friendly wallet. As of this week consumers will now be able to shop online and pay later without interest.
Profit-for-purpose startup Folo creates browser extension helping online shoppers easily donate to charity
The Pure Foundation has recently launched a new profit-for-purpose startup called Folo to generate free donations to charity when users shop online. The platform will be donating 100 percent of its own profits to a range of non-for-profit (NFP) local and global organisations.
Australian founded drone startup Flirtey has delivered its first 7-Eleven slurpee to a US customer in celebration of the stores 89th birthday. The home delivery service was the first fully autonomous drone delivery to a customer’s residence in the US, which represents a historic milestone for both US drone delivery and global commerce.
Today financial services group FlexiGroup has announced a $2 million investment into Perth fintech startup Kikka Capital. FlexiGroup has agreed to acquire a minority equity interest in Kikka with an option to increase investment in the future.
Myer has today announced the launch of a new virtual reality store in partnership with eBay, allowing consumers to browse over 12,000 products through an app and matching headset.
Urge wants to up the convenience factor, allowing consumers to connect and transact with businesses through text rather than calls.
At first glance BidzDirect may seem like an Alphatise replica but the founders would disagree with that statement
It is not very often that your biggest challenge as a startup ends up being the bad press surrounding another startup.
Although generic non-slip socks can be found everywhere today – even at your local Woolies supermarket – a decade ago, it was a unique product. It was in 2005 that physiotherapist-turned-entrepreneur Luke Goodwin embarked on a search for socks that would be suitable for adults to wear not only whilst exercising, but also as a falls prevention safety measure in hospitals, nursing homes and even around houses with tiled or timber floors.
Launched earlier this month, Swoop offers small business operators the opportunity to boost foot traffic, sales and profit by targeting customers through GPS-linked app alerts that direct them to special deals and discounts as soon as they are within close proximity to a particular store.