Zora Tech’s MYN allows content creators and viewers to “tag” products in social media videos to a brand’s website, gaining cash for each click.
[VIDEO] Audible’s Matthew Gain on the company’s journey and rise of the audiobook industry in Australia
Audible is a streaming platform allowing users to purchase and listen to audiobooks narrated by a book’s author or a voice professional.
Real Estate Tube aims to help people better choices when it comes to their living situation by helping them a feel for their potential housemates through video.
In this episode of Paddock Chat we sit down with Di Somerville, founder of Regional Pitchfest and former member of the Australian navy.
NZ-founded VR startup 8i has announced a US$27 million Series B round which will support the development of a new AR content creation app, Holo.
Perhaps most easily described as a kind of Canva for video, Brisbane’s Folktale is an app that “puts the power of a film director in your pocket”.
VidCorp is an online video communication platform allowing businesses to target their videos to a particular market, whether it be staff, customers, or stakeholders, and measure engagement.
Sydney’s Shootsta helps brands produce professional video by combining in house filming with outsourced editing
Sydney startup Shootsta is essentially a production company that works by distributing easy to use camera kits to clients, providing some training, and then letting them shoot.
In our second episode of Startup Daily Sessions, Liz Leigh sits down with CEO of 99Designs, Patrick Llewellyn.
The rise of smartphones has seen social media platforms and sites like YouTube flooded with amateur footage of everything from concerts and sporting events through to random events on the street. These videos are becoming increasingly valuable to brands looking to cash in on the next viral video or build a buzz around events but, let’s be honest, social media is full of shaky videos shot in portrait.
A lot of time is taken up in the video-editing process. From experience, I can say that sometimes a 90-second promo video can mean weeks of back and forth emails, uploading, downloading and uploading again before all stakeholders within a company are happy with the final result. However, New Zealand-based startup Wipster is seeking to make this part of the process more efficient and seamless with its video approval platform – in fact, it makes it as easy as editing a document in Google Docs.
Startup Daily’s Gina was live with Kochie’s Business Builder editor Cec Busby to chat about how employers can manage staff who have a side hustle.
Startup Daily’s Gina, Cec from Kochie’s Business Builders, and Peter from Flying Solo are hitting the couch to talk everything solo, startup, and SMB.
Job hunting can be frustrating, particularly for people without much experience or higher qualifications. What do you write in a cover letter when there isn’t much you can use to talk yourself up? Sydney startup myInterview saw the problem and is trying to fix it.