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.
New Zealand startup Little Yellow Bird believes that we should be giving serious thought to where our work uniforms are coming from and how they are being produced.
New Zealand startup Ooooby raises $285,000 and becomes the country’s first crowdfunded impact investment
Ooooby, which stands for ‘Out Of Our Own Backyards’, was founded by husband and wife team Pete and Katherine Russell. It puts together boxes of local and organic produce sourced directly from both professional growers and amateur gardeners.