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Mathew Beeche interviews Murray Hurps from startup AdMuncher and Fishburners, discussing everything from scaling a tech venture to the startup scene in Australia.
STARTUP CAST is our new weekly podcast series.
What is it about live music that’s so appealing? Despite advancements in media technology, where ‘liveness’ can be experienced without being physically present at an event, the traditional ‘live experience’ – being a spectator in a crowd – still has high cultural value. Co-Founders of WhatsLively, Trishanth Chandrahasan and William Xue describe live music as ‘sacred’.
Designed by James Boyden and Tom Murtagh of SnapDisco, the online service aims to revolutionise the way photo objects (subjects in an image) can be digitally isolated and extracted without the need for hours of laborious clickwork on Photoshop.
Thinking of doing business in the future? Talk to the hand. No, seriously, you might have to if the only way to get in touch with a client is via a smartwatch or Google Glass.
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.
Startup Daily has just confirmed that Netcomber.com has just been acquired by Profound Networks.
Netcomber.com was founded by Sydney based Luke Metcalfe, who owns Rapid Intelligence and also publishes NationMaster.com in December 2012 and Andre Weyher, who was part of Matt Cutts’ famous Search Quality team at Google later joined to head up PR and Marketing and drive the business forward.
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.
Brisbane based startup DoseMe is making headway into the multibillion dollar medical market with their new PharmaTech solution.
Founders Dr Robert McLeay and Dr Bruce Green have their sights set on tackling the USA and European markets with their recent $500,000 capital raise from Australian investors, led by Brisbane based Steve Baxter.