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.
Only 50 percent of Australian SMBs have a website, while 48 percent of consumers stated they will stop considering a business if it doesn’t have a website.
Cyan Ta’eed is the cofounder of Envato one of Australia’s most successful tech companies.
REA Group has announced the launch of Spacely, a new platform focused on helping businesses find short-term rental properties and coworking spaces.
Personify Care has developed a platform which offers clinical staff a quick and simplistic way to monitor a patient’s postoperative recovery.
HelloCars is offering an online car marketplace focused on selling quality used cars that are delivered to a buyer’s door anywhere in Australia.
Through an online ecommerce platform, Yume connects food suppliers with quantities of surplus food to Australian businesses and restaurants.
Air Events Global is an online job marketplace looking to bridge the gap for freelancers looking for casual work in the events industry.
The online platform looks to offer a safe and secure space for escorts and erotic masseurs to connect with clients and offer their services on-demand.
Bard is particularly passionate about the small to medium businesses that make up the bulk of the 200,000 clients using Campaign Monitor.
To help businesses to perfect their online presence, startup Loop11 has developed a platform that enables users to run their own detailed usability testing.
Startup Glamazon is allowing its users to connect with on-demand beauty services and salons through a mobile app similar to Uber.
Gamurs is an online esports media and networking platform which provides content and connection services for players worldwide.
Canva has announced today the introduction of new productivity tools that will allow users to visualise, embed and host data.
Website failure is all too common. Some of the biggest companies in the world have experienced it — think Netflix and MasterCard — and while many bounce back relatively unscathed, for others it can prompt a customer exodus, or even lead to the death of a business.