Based out of Auckland, New Zealand, HR startup Weirdly is tackling one of the biggest recruitment challenges that exists today: company culture fit.
It sounds simple – because simplicity is the purpose – but what’s interesting is how scalable ParentPaperwork’s solution is, especially when considering its potential beyond Australia and the education industry.
There is one Aussie startup that has been creating change on a global scale for more than a decade and its got the numbers to back it up – 17 million database, 246,000 fans on Facebook and 1 million uniques a month.
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.
When compiling this list, we looked at estimated revenues, traction within the specific industry the entrepreneur’s business is in and scalability based on current activities and future plans for the business. Here is our list of Australia’s top male entrepreneurs under the age of 40.