Two Australian startup founders have delivered perhaps the biggest pitches of their lives at the Y Combinator Demo Days this week.
It’s been a big couple of months for Brisbane employee training startup GO1, which has just closed $US1 million, as it works towards graduating Y Combinator’s summer program.
As Australian awareness of on-demand services grows, Sydney-based startup Sherpa is vying to help traditional businesses catch up.
A Sydney startup is looking to make it easier for couples to find their dream wedding venue, especially in regional areas.
An avid online shopper, Sharon Clark was often comparing products she wanted to buy. But she grew frustrated there were no tools available to help her save and compare those items easily.
Sydney-based startup Vendorable is trying to fix what its founders describe as the biggest problem facing property sellers – finding the right agent.
The seven startups selected to pitch at RiverPitch next week all had one thing in common – traction.
Subscription services are becoming more popular in Australia but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to build up a loyal following, according to the founder of an online retailer with more than 250,000 subscribers.
Mobile games are the perfect tool for education and more entrepreneurs should jump into the space, according to the founder of an app designed to teach people about the environment and conservation.
A startup based in Sydney is encouraging people to stay fit by earning rewards through their existing running app.
Tradie booking platform hipages has snapped up an additional $6 million in funding to fuel further growth and improve its online platform.
Mobile payments and transportation network startup Ingogo has raised $12 million in a Series C funding round that values the company at close to $100 million.
Melbourne-based smart home startup Oomi has smashed its Indiegogo fundraising goal, raising $US1.5 million.
A Sydney-based startup has developed a smartphone-based audio recording system its founders say will do away with expensive or underpowered wireless microphones.
Australian production company Jumpgate Virtual Reality has released a 90-second trailer for the upcoming horror film Scare Campaign, which will be the first Australian movie to be accompanied by a virtual reality experience.
“I’d love to see an Atlassian mafia”: Why this entrepreneur left Atlassian to launch her own startup5:02PM | Thursday, 21 May 2015 | Broede Carmody
Atlassian has consistently been ranked as one of Australia's best places to work. However, a few months ago one of its product managers decided it was time to pull the plug and launch her own venture.
Sydney startup Qwilr has raised $500,000 from the Sydney Seed Fund and Macdoch Ventures to reinvent document software.
A Melbourne startup is launching with the aim of encouraging men to become better boyfriends.
The inspiration for Townske, a social city guide startup, came to co-founders Daniel Clark and Joe Vuong when, on a business trip in New York, they were recognised in Times Square by a barista from Starbucks.
After graduating AngelCube Melbourne-founded educational app, startup Redu.us has taken founder David Truong on a journey from Chile to San Francisco, from San Francisco to Berlin, and from Berlin to the top of the App Store in the Games/Educational category.