Leading Australian bitcoin startup CoinJar has begun trialling Australia’s first bitcoin EFTPOS card, which co-founder and chief executive officer Asher Tan says is a “huge step” for adoption of the cryptocurrency in Australia.
In the second of this video series with Startmate graduates, we meet the founders of Happy Inspector. Jindou Lee and Andrew Mackenzie-Ross, personify the grit and determination that is needed to survive in a startup.
Seek, one of Australia’s most successful startups, disrupted the job search industry, but now it’s the incumbent, and a host of new Australian startups have it in their sights.
An Australian startup that provides travellers with information on what events are happening while they are on holiday has launched an iPhone app.
Australia’s education system is not encouraging students to be innovative, according to a high school student who started his first profitable business at the age of 12.
A Sydney startup wants to expose more Australians to craft beer by making it easy for them to shop for local brews online and have them delivered straight to their door.
Bugwolf is a startup that’s helping companies catch bugs before they become real problems.
We’ve seen Australians accessorise with bespoke shoes, watches, shirts and glasses, but a new Australian startup is hoping to bring that desire for custom-made products to the home with the bespoke chair.
Australian tech startup Squixa has released the second version of its cloud-based website acceleration platform, having recently completed a funding round.
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Queensland’s Hive Haven has integrated GPS (Bee PS, perhaps?) trackers into its apiaries, which have been specially designed to combat small hive beetle without using insecticides.
Ten months after launching, Next For Sale will head to Silicon Valley in search of investment after winning the Skillsapien pitch to Silicon Valley series.
The appeal of online ads for advertisers is in the medium’s ability to target ads to a specific audience, and now a Sydney-based startup has developed technology that allows digital screens to do something similar in the real world.
Sydney-based startup Conx has developed a job networking platform specifically aimed at the construction industries, in an attempt to address skill shortages in the sector.
Inspired by the experience of his 10-year-old son Huey, who is vision-impaired, Kenneth Springer has developed a new service which makes the internet more accessible to those that are vision-impaired or have autism.
SurveyMonkey has released a new product in Australia, SurveyMonkey Audience, which will allow startups and companies to tap into the preferences and opinions of a number of Australian consumers.
A Sydney startup is aiming to make it easier for travel companies to generate and manage group bookings.
A Melbourne-based startup is harnessing the power of nanotechnology in order to make water-repellent clothing.
Sydney-based startup Peerbrief is giving people the opportunity to refer their friends for jobs and, if their referral is successful, earn $1000 for it.
Startup Weekend Adelaide winner Travel Buddies has plans to link travellers with knowledgeable locals, to help them find those attractions that only locals know about.
Having launched at the start of 2013 as a mobile games accelerator, Right Pedal Studios, is now shifting its focus to help create new games studios.