Venture capital isn’t the only option to fund a startup’s growth. That’s the lesson from entrepreneurs David Morgan and Emily McWater, the founders of startup The Hamper Emporium and wholesale food business Kingston Foods.
Complaints have never really had a specific home on the internet. They’ve always just been kind of everywhere.
In our continuing video series on Startmate companies, here is the story of Vero.
The cofounder of a pioneering Sydney-based robotics startup, with a Powerhouse Museum display and a successful crowdfunding campaign under its belt, says the sector is set to get much bigger but finance for projects remains an issue.
Australian startup OpenLearning has secured a deal with the Malaysian government to deliver 15% of the country’s public university courses as massive open online courses (MOOCs).
For AngelCube’s Brandspot team, who aim to be the ultimate service for brand assets, their trip to San Francisco and New York has been eye-opening.
A common problem among startups when pitching is a poor understanding of their business model, according to Will Deane, managing director of Exto Partners.
A new online community for startups has sprung up, allowing entrepreneurs around the world to gain valuable feedback on a recorded 35-second elevator pitch.
Australian startup StyleMatch is hoping to attract consumers to its platform, one of many in the competitive online shopping space, by allowing them to “digitise their wardrobe” and use a mobile “virtual change room”.
A Sydney-based startup is hoping to alleviate parking congestion in Australia’s major cities by making it easier for people to find and book car spaces online.
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.
“Show me the honey!” How being found by bees, inspired this GPS-enabled, thief-proof, beetle-trapping hive8:57PM | Monday, 18 August 2014 | Kye White
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.