How many sleepless nights and 50 attempts led to this startup creating the “most compact cleaning kit in the world”1:04AM | Friday, 8 January 2016 | Dinushi Dias
Laurent Mas says he knew the idea would be a success when his co-founder first suggested it.
“People are more and more willing to share their homes and goods in the interest of the public than for money.”
Music is something that really brings people together, no matter where you come from”
The perfect service for all the grinches among us.
It was a want to give back to the community that accepted her that led Shelli Trung to the angel investing world.
This startup uses analytics and AI to optimise existing machinery.
Nearly seven hours’ drive from Sydney and with a population of just 2000 people, Nyngan isn’t the typical setting for a software company.
The startup will now compete against 27 other finalists in New York next June.
Founders need to make full use of the networks and contacts that investors bring with them rather than just taking the money and running, Sherpa’s Ben Nolan says.
Sick idea, Dr Patel!
An Aussie startup has made it all the way to the White House.
Two Sydney-based entrepreneurs are behind a social enterprise that donates underwear to children in the developing world each time they sell a men’s pair back home.
The Hong Kong-based company ranks startups so potential investors have a better idea what business to back.
Meet the startup offering companies a way to get online without having to hire a website or app designer.
“Everyone expects me to go and do another big sailing adventure”
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Australian manager Levi Aron says Deliveroo already employs 40 people locally.
These girls prefer to keep up with coding developments than Kardashians.
We found it incredible that there was nothing on the market yet.
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