Australian entrepreneurs David and Joel Harrison decided it was time to overlay a digital marketplace model to an old-school industry. Last month, they launched their startup Waste Choices, offering businesses of any size a fast, transparent, and compliant solution for waste collection, recycling, treatment and disposal of over 30 streams of waste.
A number of sources have told Startup Daily that Sydney-headquartered venture technology firm and startup incubator BlueChilli has not delivered on its promise to numerous startups in its portfolio, with one source saying it is “doing more damage to the Australian startup scene than good.”
Churn TV is a video sharing platform aims to push the boundaries of seamless online entertainment. The startup was founded by Matt Way and Nick Drewe, who have a degree of tech/pop culture notoriety already from other media plays they have created such as ‘Warmest 100′ and ‘Splendour in the Grams
The idea for building his own startup tradesmarket.com.au spawned from frustration, when Myles Condon was working in his father’s home building company and was disappointed with the inefficiencies that became apparent.
Founded by fitness enthusiast and IT veteran, Dennis Au, Classium is a new meeting place for fitness class seekers and their local specialised studios, gyms, bootcamps, instructor groups and personal trainers.
Similar to US counterparts CoFoundersLab and founder2be, Crowdsurfa is an online platform connecting entrepreneurs with skilled co-founders.
Founded by brother-sister duo Richard and Katrina Macphillamy, Partistaff breaks from the traditional agency model, and offers a platform for party hosts to discover and hire helpers who have hospitality experience and are already accustomed to parties.
Founded by San Francisco-based Nate Hanson and Sydney-based Sebastian Kade, Sumry provides an easy way for job seekers to create, share and market their unique career stories in the form of a timeline. It’s essentially a paperless resume ‘web page’ that shows the recruiter what value they can offer and the skills they would bring to the role.