Startups

Covering latest Australian Startups in industries like Tech, AI, Blockchain, Healthcare, Nutrition and many more. Get in on the Australian Startup ecosystem, with News on Events and Meetups.

  • New AR app puts technology to commercial use

    An Australian start-up has launched a world-first augmented reality app that puts Apple’s exciting ARKit framework to use for a genuinely commercial purpose. Realar Places, the creation of well-known tech entrepreneurs Dr Dan Swan and Keith Ahern, is the first fully operational AR sales tool exclusively for the property industry. The app gives builders the… Read more »

  • Are our government initiatives enough to help young Australian startups?

    Australia’s economy has stood strong for the better of three decades- largely unaffected by any major recessions and boasts 13th place in terms of the worlds largest economies, including 9th in the world for highest per-capita income.  The tech and innovation sectors are also growing at a rapid pace. So, if you’re thinking of beginning… Read more »

  • Australian Industrial IoT company secures $4.8M from Blackbird Ventures, Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital

    Brisbane-headquartered company MOVUS, the developer of Industrial IoT (Internet of Things) sensor and machine monitoring solution, FitMachine® ‘the Fitbit® for machines’, has secured $4.8M in Series A funding. The round, led by Blackbird Ventures, included Telstra Ventures and Skip Capital (Atlassian co-founder Scott Farquhar’s private investment fund). The investment will allow MOVUS to scale up to international… Read more »

  • Kiwi startup revolutionises payments using NEM blockchain

    This NZ-based startup is giving you a choice to make a difference every time you pay. Choice is a new way to pay in New Zealand that reduces and redistributes transaction fees for businesses, giving those savings to Kiwi charities of your choice. So basically merchants will have lower transaction cost, and you as the… Read more »

  • Tips and insights into entering Asia from Airwallex’s Lucy Liu

    Australian fintech startup Airwallex is a name we are familiar with within our startup community, and they are making a name in Asia as well. They just announced their partnership with Standard Chartered Bank right after Money 20/20 Asia in Singapore. This partnership is only months apart from their partnership with Square Peg Capital for… Read more »

  • New Kiwi Site Ready to Topple Trade Me

    AllGoods, a new online marketplace offering a 100% free platform for regular users to buy and sell, announced on Saturday that they were ready to tackle the online giant Trade Me. After 2 years of preparation and testing, and an extremely successful pre-launch they said they were ready to transition into their marketing phase and… Read more »

  • Melbourne startup builds technology to change the way we do online shopping

    To Me Love Me Fashion Technology is an Australian tech startup that is solving a real problem of online shopping for both retailers and customers. As customers, we all know the issue, the chance of finding clothes that fit perfectly is pretty low, which then results in many returns.  And for the longest time, nothing… Read more »

  • Taxes made easy for freelancers with this NZ based startup

    Hnry is the best friend you need if you’re a self-employed individual. Let’s be honest, invoices, taxes and compliance can be torturous to keep up with, and it can be the worst part about being self-employed. This is where Hnry swoops in and save your day like your desired superhero crush. Hnry is a ‘pay-as-you-earn’… Read more »

  • This NZ startup is here to make cryptocurrency investing simple for you

    New Zealand-based FinTech startup Ilumony is the online financial services and robo-advice company that is here to help make financial advice easily accessible, and they have moved towards cryptocurrency investing.  Using technology and experiences in financial and investment advice, Founder/CEO Rachel Strevens and co-founder Abhy Singla have created a platform that anyone can access and… Read more »