For startups, one of the biggest challenges of customer service is that almost as soon as everything is set up, things seem to change.
StartupSmart has chosen four American startups or services that would hit it off in Australia should they launch Down Under.
Brisbane is hosting a national conference for the geospatial industry, with the event presenting a valuable opportunity for startups developing or consuming mapping and geospatial services to network with leading industry, government and academic figures.
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An Australian tech company called The Realm has created a new motion tracking control system with force feedback that co-founder Matt Long says will give gamers a more immersive experience – along with a calorie-burning workout.
Melbourne-based startup Easy Inspect has developed a platform that allows property buyers to share the cost of inspection reports with other interested buyers.
For artists, especially those from rural and regional areas, getting paintings in a gallery for display has always been a challenge. Now an online platform, called Blue Thumb, is taking some of the headaches out of making a living as an artist.
Sibling co-founders Courtney and Joanna Hayes have launched a new app encouraging singles to put down their mobile devices and meet in real life.
At a concert last year, Matt Gerard was standing in a sea of people, struggling to find his friends. It was there he came up with the idea for Crowdsurfer, an app that lets you know where your friends are in real time.
An Adelaide-based startup is looking to make it easier for businesses to turn regular customers into recurring revenue.
It's important to take the time to protect your greatest assets.
Elance-oDesk has launched The Pulse, a new initiative aimed at bringing entrepreneurs together in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
Westpac Group, in conjunction with accelerator Blue Chilli, is offering $40,000 to the Australian startup that can create the most useful and disruptive business solution for its SME and commercial real estate customers.
Vending machines full of free Apple products, fully catered meals, band rooms, huge cafeterias that look like any on-trend café; the offices of Yammer, Dropbox and Stripe leave a lasting impression.
Kicking off a round of demo days that will be held in Sydney, San Francisco, Silicon Valley and New York, the latest round of AngelCube’s early stage startups did their best to impress a room full of investors and influencers in Melbourne, Tuesday night.
Next month, a group of entrepreneurs from all over the world will gather in Brisbane for the Creative³ forum.
After two years development and having already raised $3 million in funding, Sydney-based e-commerce startup Alphatise has launched.
When friends Jake Strasser, Stuart Gillespie-Cook, Michael McMaster and Nico Disseldorp decided to develop a game to kill time over summer, they never thought it would lead them to San Francisco.
Speedlancer is a new platform that will allow users to outsource miscellaneous tasks to experienced freelancers. But there’s a catch – projects will be finished within four hours.
A Sydney-based startup was behind a website that formed part of The Australian’s 50th birthday celebrations.
Jo Sayer shares her story of what she learnt at the Founder Institute and why she landed up leaving.