Australian small business retailers and manufacturers are sitting on potentially significant cash windfalls, but there may be a price to pay. Research from inventory management software provider, Unleashed, shows that many businesses have overstocked by an average of $231,700 due to the supply chain issues caused by COVID-19 delays. Aussie small businesses are drowning in… Read more »
A former child slave who escaped civil war in Somalia for a new life in Australia, where she started out washing dishes for $5 an hour before going to become chief information officer at Qantas, has raised $28.3 million for her blockchain-based food supply chain startup. The round in Jamila Gordon’s Lumachain was led by… Read more »
Supply chains are incredibly complex networks with many different sources of data across business units and stakeholders that need to be analysed and integrated. Both Dr Hassan Mirzahosseinian and Dr Aghil Rezaei Somarin saw these issues first hand having worked with many large enterprise clients in both product development and consulting. In a bid to… Read more »
A Sydney-based contract and supplier software platform Portt, which spent a decade bootstrapping its way into a global business, has finally take on its first outside funding as it looks to tackle slavery risks in company supply chains. Co-founders and co-CEOs Chris Holmes and Andre Pinkowski raised $4 million in a round led by the… Read more »
Feastively’s promise is that meals take only 15 minutes to cook or prepare, in one pan, with Feastively’s chefs doing all the chopping of ingredients and pre-cooking for them.
FreightExchange aims to reduce inefficiencies in the freight industry by filling a truck’s empty space
FreightExchange connects carriers with extra capacity to those needing shipping, allowing a carrier to fill a gap in their truck with a smaller load.
Vavven is an online platform looking to help people explore their sexuality through a combination of content and ecommerce.