Dean McEvoy is one of Australia’s most recent Startup Success stories, with his first business Spreets which sold to Yahoo! – In this interview Dean talks about giving back to the startup scene, serendipity and what we need to do in order to build a strong community.
You would have read articles where we have covered Canva before. A couple of weeks ago we decided it was time for a video!
Andy sat down with Ruwan Weerasooriya founder of Rewardle.com and spoke about trying to crack an industry that many people have failed in so far when it comes to digitising the solution.
Born in 2012, Australian startup FitUsIn has gained widespread acclaim for revolutionising the fitness industry by putting the power back into the hands of gym-goers, who now have the ability to find, compare and book the best fitness deals via the company website or iPhone app.
Fred Schebesta, 32, is Co-Founder of Finder.com.au, Australia’s leading financial-product comparison website. In the last six years, since entering the comparison market – one of the most highly competitive internet categories in Australia – Schebesta developed growth strategies so successful that Finder now that attracts over 250,000 unique comparisons every month. Here’s what he had to say about his entrepreneurial journey and business growth.
Kahne Raja lives and breathes music, so, he had the idea one day to bring the musicians of the world together through the internet. We talk to him about Musomap, World Musician Day and Google.
If you can name it then James Duchenne has done it. From aeronautical engineering to a masters degree in law to a role in commercial waste management. He has a resume which is both diverse and interesting. Lately James has been working on a brand new startup called mplifyr- a one-of-kind rewards platform that allows businesses to build their own, customized rewards program. We talked to him about mplifyr and how its all going.
James Chung, the founder of Lash Creative is extremely direct. He doesn’t mince words and when he asks a question, you can see his brain ticking over with pluses and minuses, trying to discern the point. As he himself shrugs ‘I’m a bit of a skeptic’. But this is a good thing in a town where people will tell you what you want to hear rather than what you need to hear. We sat down and talked to him about being successful, keeping clients happy and voice recognition.