Category Archives: Startups Back

Aussie skincare tech on show at CES Las Vegas with Olay

An Australian smartphone skincare analysis technology developed with the world’s largest consumer products company is being showcased at innovation conference CES in Las Vegas. Perth-based OBJ (ASX:OBJ) reached a patent and know how license agreement for its electro-magnetic technology with Procter & Gamble (P&G) in March last year. At the time, OBJ managing director Jeffrey … Read more

“Very early entry” with AR takes Domino’s into uncharted food retail territory

With $1.6 billion in online sales worldwide representing almost two-thirds of its business, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises (ASX: DMP) is upping the ante to make sure it stays at the vanguard of digital tech development. The company is now around two months in since the launch of an augmented reality (AR) Pizza Chef for its ordering … Read more

AUSTRALIAN WOMEN ENCOURAGED TO UPSKILL IN PREPARATION FOR NEW TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTION

AUSTRALIAN women are encouraged to upskill in data and technology in preparation for a future dominated by the technology industry. Global not-for-profit organisation, She Loves Data, is the founder of a worldwide movement to help Australian women upskill in data and technology regardless of their career background. She Loves Data CEO and co-founder, Jana Marle-Zizkova, … Read more

SYDNEY STARTUP’S NEW CLOUD TECHNOLOGY SAVES TIME AND MONEY

Sydney startup VAPAR has developed a new cloud platform technology that will save local Council engineers time and money. Founded by civil engineer Amanda Siqueira and mechatronic engineer Michelle Aguilar, VAPAR is transforming the way Australian councils maintain their stormwater and sewerage assets thanks to a $25,000 Minimum Viable Product Grant from Jobs for NSW. … Read more

Making a list and checking it twice: What’s on the VC wishlist for 2019?

The New Year is nearly upon us, promising millions of dollars — perhaps even billions —invested into technologies untold. This year has been one of fintech, drones and Software-as-a-Service, as well as one that saw a brief but powerful blockchain movement and a swathe of substantial ICOs, before Bitcoin took a tumble, dragging the cryptocurrency markets down with it. But 2019 brings with … Read more