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iEatClean isn’t just a lifestyle app, its plans are a hell of a lot bigger than that.

- November 24, 2014 3 MIN READ

When Michelle Casey gave birth, she became interested in the ‘clean eating lifestyle’ – spending a lot of time researching and experimenting with foods and recipes in an effort to lose the baby weight she had put on during her pregnancy. What she didn’t quite expect to discover was the overall change she felt in her whole energy and well-being and this was the beginning of what is now the iEatClean app.

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The Pub Crawl Pages: A mobile global directory for pub crawls

- November 5, 2014 3 MIN READ

Launched recently on the Android and iOS app stores, The Pub Crawl Pages is rapidly gaining traction from young, tech savvy adventurers looking to spend a great night out. The app is the only definitive global pub crawl directory – allowing users to locate pub crawl companies in various cities around the world with updated information on pricing and features. Users also get special offers, discounts, and freebies at particular crawls by using the app.

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The Van that Can uses online workers to systemise the backend so they keep a steady growth rate

- September 22, 2014 3 MIN READ

According to Ibisworld Australia, the market for courier pick-up and delivery services is worth $7 billion and growing. This is because more and more businesses use transportation intermediaries in an effort to supply a service to the customer as an extension of their brand. Using a courier service eliminates the need for businesses to hire extra staff and is a convenience for customers, as they don’t have to organise deliveries.

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The IT Genius Story: A 15 year old upstart builds one of the country’s fastest growing IT companies

- September 2, 2014 3 MIN READ

Peter Moriarty was just 15 years old when he started what is now known as IT Genius Australia, he loved computers and would spend his lunchtimes skipping school occasionally to assist his ‘customers’ with their PC issues – back then, a cloud was a white fluffy thing in the sky and not even Moriarty quite grasped where this IT gig he performed for pocket money would eventually lead to just over a decade later.