Australian online retail delivery network startup ParcelPoint has raised $7 million, which will be used to double its network of partnerships and add more staff over the next financial year.
An Australian startup is making online shopping more collaborative by allowing consumers and retailers to negotiate prices.
The growing popularity of smartwatches will help raise public awareness of internet-connected devices in the home, car and workplace, according to the founder of car monitoring startup GoFar.
Nitro has signed up its 500,000th business customer as it begins to switch its focus to building a smart documents platform.
Sydney-based startup AirService is helping businesses do away with queues.
Two Australian startups have partnered with a government department to develop an app to help reduce road fatalities.
A Sydney startup focusing on wearable technology has announced a partnership with next year’s Pause Fest in order to streamline the event experience for attendees.
A Melbourne-based startup is working towards developing a robotic arm that will help people with limited upper mobility in their day-to-day tasks.
There’s huge desire in Australia for web-based on-demand services, according to SpaceWays co-founder Rob Rebholz.
A Melbourne startup that helps men purchase gifts for women has been crowned the winner of this month’s TechCrunch Radio Pitch-off.
Babysitting app Kindy is hoping to leverage its win at the 2014-15 OzAPP Awards into its first external investment.
A BlueChilli startup is looking to make it easier for customers to pay for items even if they have left their wallet at home.
Ureferjobs is looking to disrupt the job search market by allowing people to refer their peers for a position in exchange for cash.
A free web-based service is promising to help consumers take control of their finances by allowing them to compare services in one place.
A Sydney-based startup is looking help Australians swap unwanted possessions with people in their neighbourhood.
A little Prezi for you: Drew Banks tells how the presentation software startup grew to over 50 million users2:19PM | Monday, 16 February 2015 | Kye White
When Drew Banks joined Hungarian-founded startup Prezi in 2011, as its first non-founding director, the cloud-based presentation software startup had 1 million users.
The market for buying and selling used smartphones and tablets now has a dedicated platform with the launch of Phonesales.com.au.
Stashd founder Jessica Wilson says part of being an entrepreneur means getting out of your comfort zone, but even for Wilson, plunging into the icy Antarctic Ocean meant going well beyond her limits.
A Sydney startup is looking to tap into everyone’s inner travel bug by giving Australians the opportunity to bid on cheap flights and travel vouchers.
A Sydney startup is looking to make it faster and easier for people to book casual group fitness classes online.