Sydney startup Snooper has developed an app allowing anyone to earn cash while they are shopping, filling up petrol, or having a drink at a bar.
Fair Work is looking to determine whether Uber’s classing of drivers as ‘independent contractors’ rather than employees complies with federal workplace legislation.
A new player in the ridesharing place looking to tackle the issue of sure pricing to benefit both drivers and passengers is Hi Oscar.
Unions NSW has today announced it has come to a “groundbreaking agreement” with Airtasker to deliver workers on the platform a number of conditions.
Splend, a company which hires out cars to those wanting to join the ranks of rideshare drivers, has received backing from Investec Australia.
The MDEC has announced the development of new digital startup hubs and incentives that it hopes will attract Australian startups to Malaysia.
The excitement of a new cabinet or new leadership is waning for the startup ecosystem – we’ve been here before. Folks it’s groundhog day.
A report has found 22 percent of Australians are earning $50 or more from the sharing economy each month, with 5.6 percent, or around 800,000, earning over $300 per month.
Startup Glamazon is allowing its users to connect with on-demand beauty services and salons through a mobile app similar to Uber.
Shebah is a rideshare service for female-identifying drivers and passengers only, with boys to the age of 12 travelling with a woman welcome.
Helping connect Australians to charities is startup Vollie, which offers an online platform where users can discover and complete volunteer work.
The main difference between Hop and the other players is in the cars drivers use, with Hop connecting drivers to Hertz rental cars. Through this partnership, drivers pay to rent a car from Hop and then keep 100 percent of all fares.
Dexus Property Group has today announced a partnership with RocketSpace that will see the launch of a series of campuses across Australia.
Uber partners with Sydney trip planning startup SkedGo to combine ridesharing and public transport services
Uber has today announced a partnership with Sydney trip planning startup SkedGo to complement its ridesharing trips with public transport routes. The partnership will see Uber creating a more seamless journey for customers planning and booking door-to-door multimodal trips.