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Whilst Yo seems to be focused on figuring out how to use their technology to revolutionise push advertising – the reason the app has been so attractive to investors – Adelaide based startup Oi which launched on Friday has decided to take a different approach with its nanosocial venture.
Still banking with your Dollarmite account? Time to grow up, homie. Debt To 10K is the new online service designed to help those with sporadic spending habits create a custom repayment plan to pay off bad debts and reach an ultimate savings goal of $10,000.
Today INCUBATE announced their fourth intake for the Winter 2014 season.
In this webisode, we chat with Rod Bishop, cofounder of Jayride about why his business which has a ridesharing component has remained under the radar in the current transport war.
Product descriptions are often written like public service announcements. This is ineffective and is guaranteed to affect your conversion rate.
There are many ‘middleman’ or ‘connector’ startups emerging in our ecosystem. Some of the most successful startups have essentially built peer-to-peer (P2P), business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) platforms – connecting people in ways that would otherwise be difficult if not impossible. The latest startup to enter this segment is SuitBids, founded by Sydney-based Chartered Accountants Bradley Seeto, Nick Chiarelli and Simon Litchfield.
Education generally gears us towards providing answers to questions framed for expected knowledge, rather than equipping us to identify problems or opportunities and ask challenging questions that lead us on the path to meaningful answers and solutions.
The evolution of the humble TV Guide seems to have arrived with Gyde – the first mobile, multi-screen consumer app that makes it easier to find a movie to watch across Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, Amazon and other Video on Demand platforms.