After spending its first few years in the Australian market getting a lay of the land, the local arm of global web domain registrar GoDaddy has launched a big marketing push taking aim at the 60 percent of small businesses that don’t have a website.
InsurTech has been pinned as a growing industry thanks to claim and drone startups, although it is faced with fundamental challenges, according to a report.
Affinity is a connecting app combining psychometrics with machine learning to generate an “Affinity Score” which is used to match users on the platform.
Startupbootcamp has launched ‘Energy Australia’, a Melbourne-based accelerator to support startups working in the energy space.
Australia is the top nation, alongside Brazil, facilitating the largest fintech deals outside the global core markets, according to a CB Insights report.
Through an app, US platform Boon Investments offers robo-advice to facilitate investments in the US market for Australian consumers.
Looking to further the development of the Victorian fintech sector, the state government has announced its plans to establish a fintech hub in Melbourne.
Entrepreneurs in Asia start a company with a global market in mind, whereas in the US, most startups are focused on the domestic market.
Avaz is a platform which looks to offer a cheaper, feature-packed project management alternative focused on helping SMBs complete service-based work.
KimKim connects customers looking to book a trip with a travel specialist either based, or well versed in, the country a customer wants to travel to.
Plus Eight has announced that former Dropbox advisor Tim Brewer will be joining the program as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence.
The MDEC has announced the development of new digital startup hubs and incentives that it hopes will attract Australian startups to Malaysia.
On-demand photography startup Snappr has announced today its expansion into the US with the opening of a San Francisco office and backing from YCombinator.
Providing businesses the ability to design their own platform with a strong focus on enabling communication, is Sydney startup Buzzy.buzz.
Global video production platform 90 Seconds has today announced the opening of new offices in Sydney and Melbourne. The expansion to Australia follows its recent funding raise of $10 million from Sequoia Capital and is part of the company’s plans to drive recruitment around the country.