There are plenty of businesses being started across Australia every day. Most make it to revenue; many generate decent revenue; but an overwhelming majority hit significant growth pains. They get caught in the ‘Growth Trap’.
Like all good startup stories, Stylerunner started from a kitchen table and an internet connection, the initial set up was a little more than most ecommerce sites, with the Stevanja sisters deciding to back their gut instincts from the start paying a premium of around $2000 to secure the domain stylerunner.com – it was a strategic desicion that has paid off.
A new development in technology is about to disrupt the global media landscape; it’s technological convergence like you’ve never seen before. What used to be The Piano Room, a Kings Cross-based celebrity hotspot, is now the house of Moment Media’s latest innovation.
After much anticipation, Adelaide startup Aston Club, deemed “the uber of the hospitality industry” has just launched into the iOS and Android markets. Incorporated into the smartphone application is a Point Of Sale-integrated mobile payment system, member benefit programme with exclusive VIP rewards and unique marketing solutions for merchants.
Over the past six years, Amazonia has grown from a single market stall to a multi-million dollar enterprise, whilst maintaining a strict ethos of social and environmental responsibility. And for Martens, the social advantages far outweigh the financial benefits.
Food Orbit has announced today they are signing a heads of agreement to work together with ASX listed online procurement system Marketboomer
The team behind personal finance startup Pocketbook is currently experimenting with Google Glass in an effort to make managing money even easier for Australians.
Time and time again in my old corporate gig, it used to be joked about that WA stood for “wait awhile”. I strongly disagree with this sentiment and would probably relocate to Perth if I hadn’t become such a Sydney-sider, aside from the fact that it is one of the most gorgeous, chilled cities in Australia – what is happening in the tech space there is quite phenomenal.