A Sydney startup wants to bring the age-old piggy bank into the 21st century and help people digitally save their spare change.
It was a problem that used to keep John Fenga up at night: what if, one day, he needs to urgently transfer funds overseas to his daughter?
AngelCube’s latest batch of startups showed their ideas to the world for the first time at the accelerator’s Melbourne community Demo Day on Tuesday night.
While planning his wedding, Phil Usher became increasingly frustrated at the archaic practices and lack of transparency in the industry.
A product that could revolutionise the agriculture industry wouldn’t have existed at all if two young Adelaide University students didn’t get stuck in an elevator together.
Over two days this week 104 startups pitched to a room filled with invitation-only investors as part of Y Combinator’s latest Demo Day held at Mountain View, California.
Gary Tramer had a hunch. By adding a little science along with some human-to-human interaction, he could substantially improve online sales conversion rates.
Tarang Patel has co-founded a new Australian startup hoping to help people get involved with investing at an early age, using just their loose change.
Dominic Goldsworthy was sitting at the local pub, working on his laptop, when he came up with an idea.
Australian entrepreneurs are looking to capitalise on a growing international interest in startups that are bringing the freighting industry into the 21st digital century.
A Perth-based startup wants to put a local tour guide in your pocket with a new digital travel guide app.
It’s always interesting to look at some of the underlying themes behind the five most popular Aussie startups posted on Product Hoist each month.
Melbourne-based medical management startup HotDoc has raised $2.2 million from a series A funding round, with AirTree Ventures being the lead investor.
Australian business-to-business white label digital music provider Tuned Global has scored a $5.1 million investment from venture capital firm Exto Partners.
Perth-based startup APE Mobile has raised $2 million to develop and scale its paperless construction site management app.
UK-based point-of-payment ratings system truRating has launched in Australia, as CEO and founder Georgina Nelson says the sector is “ripe for disruption”.
Donald Trump is one of the few American presidential candidates not using Stripe, according to the startup’s co-founder John Collison.
Smartbit is a platform-as-a-service which makes it easier for startups and businesses to build and scale products that integrate with bitcoin.
Australia parcel delivery startup Sendle has teamed up with Asia-Pacific transport and logistic provider Toll to help small businesses get things delivered quickly and cheaply.
Economists have long proposed that the solution to our inability to look after ourselves is to use commitment devices.