Arcade helps retailers keep their sales staff engaged and motivated through gamification of employee goals, recognition, and rewards.
Looking to shift the status quo of the traditional property buying and selling process to benefit the customer is Ballarat startup NextAddress, founded by Julie O’Donohue.
Cohort Go enables students to pay in their own local currency, and offers them rates usually only available to large corporates.
Melbourne’s Socialsuite has developed a platform that works to help social organisations gather data around their work and in turn analyse it to measure impact.
The LendMyTrend platform allows lenders to list their clothing themselves and manage all bookings, or use the LMT Collective concierge service.
Innovation and Science Australia has issued a “clarion call for national action” to see Australia become a top-tier innovation nation by 2030.
Looking to help more artists capture their gigs is Australian startup OpenLive, which has developed an automated system to help artists record and release their live performances.
These Indigenous founders are set to become household names with the positive impact they are making for their people and within the tech ecosystem.
Billing itself as “Classpass for haircuts”, subscription service Trim allows users to get haircuts from hairdressers and barbers for an annual fee.
Divvito is aiming to make co-parenting communication easier by, as Wendy explained, “bringing the benefits of email to instant messaging”.
Looking to address both the stigma around mental health and the dearth of mental health professionals outside the major cities, Lysn is a telehealth service connecting patients to vetted psychologists.
Career Money Life aims to help companies keep staff happy and engaged by connecting them to a variety of curated service providers they can pick and choose from.
New Zealand startup Flossie is a software platform helping customers easily find, book, and pay for beauty appointments at partner salons.
Before launching IT operations management platform PagerDuty in 2009, Alex Solomon had earned his street cred as a software engineer for Amazon.
The idea for a service like Kindershare first came to cofounder Vahouni Nazarian after a trip the family took when her first daughter was five months old.