InStitchu has raised $3 million in a strategic investment from suit manufacturer Dayang Group that will see Dayang become the startup’s production partner.
A two-sided marketplace is a marketplace where you have two distinct user groups: you have supply on one side and demand on the other, and generally in a hyperlocal area.
YBF Ventures, the Melbourne-founded coworking community formerly known as York Butter Factory, has announced the launch of YBF Mesh, a new hub to be dedicated to Web 3.0.
As Australia gears up for the open banking regime, ANZ has become the latest bank to invest in secure data exchange startup Data Republic.
The Cultiv8 program in Orange will see participants given access to over 13,000 hectares of trial farmland spread across four ‘climatic zones’.
Airbnb is making a play for the luxury travel market, today unveiling a series of new offerings as part of a roadmap for its “core Homes business”.
NSW Innovation Minister Matt Kean is the latest politician to become embroiled in a scandal, with his former partner sharing screenshots of explicit texts.
Australian software company Simble Solutions has listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), having raised $7.5 million in an IPO.
Brisbane startup Math Mate is working to help all kids engage with and enjoy learning maths through the development of gamification app Do Math Good.
Catch Group has partnered with Optus to launch mobile service Catch Connect as it looks to further boost its offering after its rebrand of flagship marketplace Catch of the Day last year.
miRunners addresses the upfront and ongoing costs of ownership by turning the buying of a horse into what is effectively a crowdfunding campaign of sorts.
According to the OAIC an ‘eligible data breach’, which triggers notification obligations, is a data breach that is likely to result in serious harm to any of the individuals to whom the information relates.
Melbourne university RMIT has partnered with fintech hub Stone and Chalk and Accenture to develop an eight week course on blockchain strategy.
The Daigou market in Australia is estimated to be worth in excess of $850 million, with 60,000 people in Australia partaking in some form of Daigou trade.