Canva is perhaps one of the most successful tech startups in Australia right now. The company has raised over $27 million to date and is valued at $165 million. There was a time however when the founders however were being rejected by investors. We spoke with cofounder Cliff Obrecht at our Data Day event recently and he gave us an insight into just how hard it was.
In such a connected world, it has never been easier to be influential within an industry. Jules Lund talks about what his startup TRIBE views as being a social influencer in this day and age.
Startup Daily recently sat down with Bree Johnson, Erika Geraerts and Jess Hatzis, three of the founders behind ecommerce and rapid-growth beauty brand Frank Body. In the interview, we look at how the team has handled fast growth and what systems needed to be put in place to manage this, as well as why it is so important for ecommerce companies to develop a unique brand and ‘voice’ early on and how hiring the right talent plays a massive part in the degree of success a company will reach.
Startup Daily recently sat down with International Chief Operating Officer for Dropbox, Dennis Woodside for a fireside chat about the company, its new partnerships within the Australian startup ecosystem and how founders can leverage the Dropbox API.
If you missed out on yesterday’s LIVE educational broadcast, you can check it out now and see Mat Beeche sit down with Jane Lu (Showpo.com) Julie Stevanja (Stylerunner.com) and Landon Ray (Ontraport.com) to talk about how they built their businesses in the ecommerce sector.
Danny Adams, founder of Gofar.co sat down with us to have a chat about his revolutionary money saving technology for vehicles.
We also spoke about how his knowledge as a rocket scientist has helped him build the business.
Jay Boolkin, founder of Promise or Pay sat down with us to have a chat about creating his accountability and socially conscious application.
In this WEBISODE we have a chat with Jess Wilson, co-founder of Stashd App sat down with us to have a chat about creating her ‘Tinder for Fashion’ technology startup.
In this WEBISODE we chat to Brett Fox, co-founder of Photzy sat down with us to have a chat about pivoting from a camera focused “group buying” site to an educational company that is now making great cash and scaling fast.
He can also say the alphabet backwards.
In this webisode, we chat with Rod Bishop, cofounder of Jayride about why his business which has a ridesharing component has remained under the radar in the current transport war.