Photographer and influencer Jade Warne explains why businesses need to take control of their images and how a DSLR could help them up the ante in the social media stakes.
In this episode we explore innovation in the real estate industry.
The Hip Pocket is a money and career hub for young people, by young people.
Your Closet, founded by Briella Brown is an online dress rental store where women can hire high-end designer dresses for a fraction of the retail cost.
Sydney startup Coviu has been been working on WebRTC, which stands for Web Real Time Communications, where real time video conferences can take place in a person’s browser.
Academy Xi (pronounced Ex-Eye) is one of the newest players in the startup education space, providing innovative education in the areas of User Experience (UX) and Design and Service Design.
Melissa Shawyer is cofounder of the Australian-based PR Firm – The PR Group.
Founded by Sarah Warmoll and Samantha Devlin, Sydney-based startup – The Footnotes addresses the attrition rate of university dropouts through its online publication that produces content around post-schooling study recommendations.
As we get closer to the end of another financial year – and it has come around way too soon – startup founders should begin to make sure that they are on top of all elements of their business, in particular the financials.
If there is anything that is certain in this world it is that the world is changing at a pace we never have experienced before and that means that the approach we have towards work and the workplace is also changing, dramatically.
Grant Miller will be attending Pause Fest this year and in addition to doing the opening titles as well as the opening titles as a VR experience he will be speaking to the audience about production work flows for VR.
Car Next Door closes $1.1 million round led by Elevation Capital as it aims to be dominant player in the peer-to-peer vehicle market
Car Next Door, founded by Will Davis is a peer-to-peer car sharing platform. It is based on the premise that there are millions of people that have cars they hardly use and there is equal the amount of people that don’t really want to own a car, but occasionally would like to use one.
When it comes to important community and company projects, people want to be involved when a decision that is going to affect them is made. From a commercial perspective, organisations running projects genuinely want these stakeholders involved, but struggle do make this happen in an effective and efficient manner. Social Pinpoint is looking to change that.
Each year, Startup Daily publishes a list of the most influential young Australians across various industries. The publication of this list usually coincides with other lists celebrating the achievements of individuals under the age of 40 like the BRW Young Rich List, which comes out later this week.
Ticket Squad is addressing a billion dollar problem with its marketing platform for event organisers
The live events sector is a $100 billion market globally, but what most people don’t realise is that 85 percent of these events don’t actually sell out. In fact, according to various surveys by ticketing companies, 40 percent of people say they would have actually gone to a particular event, but their reason for not going was because they never even knew it was on. For the majority of events, a less than desirable marketing strategy is usually responsible for empty seats and extra standing space.