Brisbane-founded 3D printing startup Cartesian Co, a recent graduate of American accelerator Techstars, has relocated to the United States as it works towards making truly wearable technology.
An Australian voice recognition startup is looking to reduce driver distractions and make it safer for people to receive calls and texts while behind the wheel.
Buziebee has developed a platform that allows businesses to post projects and then allows students and graduates to apply to complete those projects.
A Queensland startup is looking to help travel bugs find and connect with other travellers and attend local events or simply catch up for a drink.
Oliver Du Rieu, the founder of Melbourne-based La Mule, was confronted with the safety concerns all transportation network startups must grapple with when pitching on Channel 10’s Shark Tank.
The HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa is just one of the problems being tackled by the finalists in the Startup Hero Category at tonight’s StartupSmart Awards.
A new ridesharing service has launched in Western Australia with the aim of pairing up people who regularly drive along a similar route.
Last month, just as US “anything you want” startup Magic announced it had raised $US12 million from Sequoia Capital, Perth startup YourButler launched, promising the same service in Australia.
Founders and entrepreneurs need to focus less on the idea behind their startup and more on its broader purpose, according to the founder of a news subscription platform shortlisted for the 2015 StartupSmart Awards.
Finding a convenient parking spot has been a perennial headache for Australian motorists, but that’s all about to change according to the co-founder of a startup shortlisted for the 2015 StartupSmart Awards.
The number of on-demand services available in Australia is steadily increasing and the latest startup to launch in this area is Whizz.
Throwing a dinner party or birthday bash but need an extra pair of hands? This Sydney startup might be here to help.
Sydney startup Flirtey is one step closer to achieving its goal of running the skies with drones after successfully completing a trial with New Zealand’s national search and rescue organisation.
A Brisbane-based startup is looking to match Aussie investors with tech companies hungry for seed capital.
Part of Lyft’s recent $500 million Series E capital raise will be allocated to an Australian launch, according to an executive at a startup that has partnered with the Uber rival.
Online marketplaces need to think about search engine optimisation from day one, according to the founder of a startup shortlisted in the Fastest Growing category at this year’s StartupSmart Awards.
An Australian crowdsourcing platform has launched with the aim of helping people share news about their neighbourhood without relying on traditional media or printing out flyers and delivering them to people’s letterboxes.
A Melbourne-based startup is offering a helping hand to people who want to join local fitness classes and monitor their fitness levels.
Scaling a two-sided marketplace comes down to a great user experience as well as “walking the pavement”, according to the founder of a discount food and entertainment app which has scooped up more than 30,000 users in less than 12 months.
Collabosaurus is an online match-making platform for brands and businesses to “source and foster strategic brand collaborations”.