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In this webisode, we chat with Nicole Kersh, founder of 4cabling.com about authenticity in business and whether faking it till you make it is a good thing for an entrepreneur, or something that can cause more harm than good.
After an interesting conversation with Petrie on Friday afternoon, it became quite apparent to me that ingogo is perhaps not just the “taxi booking” application the media have been writing about and is in fact so much more. In fact the potential makes their number on competitor Cabcharge look a little bit like small fish.
Mathew Beeche interviews Chris Gilbert and Jonny Wilkinson from startup Equitise, part of the first intake of the AWI Ventures accelerator about the FinTech scene in Australia.
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Think you know how to throw a mean tupperware party? Get with the times, geezer. We speak to Stereosonic’s head of marketing and Ticketbooth founder on what they’re doing to revive and survive in this lucratively volatile market.
The City of Perth seem to be taking a very strong stance in opposition to startups that have entered the market there that give residents an alternative to using expensive car parks.
Booodl is the latest social media app to hit the market boasting some serious star power to reinforce itself as more than just another Pinterest x Instagram x Twitter x Facebook four-way bastard child. With celebrity posts ranging from Erica Packer’s $36,000 piano to fashion blogger Margaret Zhang’s ice cream, the app is a narcissist’s wet dream.
Last week I wrote about new hospitality focused recruitment tool and community hub Dippla. I talked about how they would face tough competition in the face of well funded startups such as OneShift and Workible. Especially in that hospitality and entry level job market.
I couldn’t have been more correct, as this week Workible confirmed with Startup Daily that they are about to set live a new feature called “shift swap and cover”.
Two Perth brothers, Daniel and Chris Del Borrello have created a niche website aimed at providing homes for FIFO workers and creating tenants for homeowners and renters. The website, fifohousemate.com.au has launched this month which connects FIFO workers to home owners with rooms available to rent all over Australia.