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A university student from Sydney is reintroducing pedal power on a budget to help reinvigorate the joys of sustainable transport in Australia. The startup’s founder, Yexin Liu, who is a bicycle fanatic himself who believes that Nixeycles has the potential to tap into the budget-conscious riders in Australia’s expanding cycling community.
The OAXIS team created Star.21 after recognising the value of gamification in health and fitness, especially at a time where people live fast-paced lifestyles.
Tired of smashing guitars on stage? Smash your iPhone instead. AUUG is the name of the latest motion synth tool that turns the average iPhone into a fully fledged musical instrument by using native iOS software.
The bootstrapped beachside startup that received $250 million in late stage funding just this year boasts over 800,000 customers; and these customers are using Campaign Monitor to send over 1.3 billion communications to their clients per month. But communications is just the basic stuff. Campaign Monitor has at least 7 ways you can use the platform to generate sales leads for your business.
Six months ago, personal finance and budgeting application Pocketbook were announcing they had just reached the 50,000 users milestone. Today it was revealed they announced 100,000 users.
A BlueChilli startup StarPower – founded by Sydney-based Matt Heisie, Canada-based Terri Hitchcock and Hollywood-based Monica Matulich – decided to take things one step further, creating a social media platform that allows celebs to have meaningful conversations with their fans based on how interactive their fans are. With an interesting monetisation model and social charity engagement, the startup is set out to further disrupt how celebrities communicate with their fan base.
Jay Boolkin, founder of Promise or Pay sat down with us to have a chat about creating his accountability and socially conscious application.
There are plenty of businesses being started across Australia every day. Most make it to revenue; many generate decent revenue; but an overwhelming majority hit significant growth pains. They get caught in the ‘Growth Trap’.