The Latest from Startup Daily
One of the latest startups to enter the SportsTech industry is Got a Team, founded by self-proclaimed “jock” and “geek”, James Mansfield, alongside co-founder Robert Postill. Mansfield, who has a love of playing and watching sports, felt there were inefficiencies that needed to be addressed when it comes to managing sport teams and organising games.
Melbourne startup and online-focused wine retailer Vinomofo today announced the launch of its new ‘random acts of kindness’ project called Vinobomb, which it kicked off under the radar in September.
3D design, engineering, and entertainment software provider, Autodesk, Inc. today announced its plans to invest up to $100 million into 3D printing startups and researchers over the coming years via its investment arm Spark Investment Fund.
Like many tech startups are leading with a ‘mobile first’ play in a lot of industries, there is a growing community of content creators that are leading with their own ‘online first’ focus – and this in-and-of itself is partly what is beginning to create such a strong online streaming and on demand content culture across the globe.
Tablo and Pan Macmillan have closed a strategic partnership to discover the next big digital author. But they aren’t the only companies to launch a crowdsourced publishing play this week.
Social content marketing technology startup Stackla has today announced the close of its first capital raise totalling $2 million.
Rob Rhinehart, Silicon Valley-based software engineer and creator of the supposedly nutritious, taste-deprived goop Soylent, sacrificed his health in pursuit of something quite ambitious – saving the universe from drying out.
Sydney-based startup Divvy Parking has kickstarted its national expansion plans today by launching in Melbourne.