The event G’Day Stripe held last night was not only to welcome Stripe to the Australian market, but it was also to launch to application process for the 2015 Startmate intake.
Innovative tech companies, online fashion powerhouses and Melbourne “mofos” are among the list of finalists in the 2014 Australian Startup Awards, in the flagship Startup Daily Startup of the Year category.
It would be quite easy as a fellow startup to roll your eyes at even “more” ground-breaking news about Canva. The fact is, when you have as much traction as they do in a particular industry, press coverage is warranted.
This week we introduced a new feature on our site called STARTUP RALLY.
Part of the thinking behind this was to drive some engagement around issues that are applicable to the Australian startup scene, in a unified way.
UBER and Gelato Messina are repeating their #UBERicecream marketing campaign this year, but on a larger scale – delivering gelato to Australians not only in Sydney, but also Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
They only launched in August last year, but Canva this morning at a breakfast with newly appointed product evangelist Guy Kawasaki, gave some pretty impressive updates about their platform.
Canva has experienced rapid growth – becoming a daily tool for bloggers, marketers and small business owners worldwide. To date, over 4 million designs have been created on the platform, with 870 000 designs being created in June 2014 alone. They also have over 500,000 users on the application now, a number up from 330,000 just 8 weeks ago in April.
PayPal and Braintree will be hosting a 24-hour hackathon in Sydney on July 26 and 27, where developers compete for the chance to win a trip to Silicon Valley and $100,000 USD. The hackathon is part of the global BattleHacks competition that visits 14 cities around the world before culminating at the World Finals event in November.
Ever wanted food from your favourite eatery delivered straight to your door? Food delivery service Delivery Hero answered that call…