Ambitious Aussie startup Zero Co has just closed its third oversubscribed funding round, netting $1.9M in funding to take their total raise to $5M, an impressive result for a company that began shipping its zero-waste products to customers just 6 months ago.
Lack of political will and inaction from the Australian Government leaves businesses showing leadership with entrepreneurs scaling to meet the demand, but some with a deeper mission.
An Australian company has pioneered globally the use of wasted wool from the underbelly of sheep to replace billions of tonnes of Polystyrene and compete against the US$28 billion global polystyrene market giving Australian and New Zealand sheep farmers increased revenue.
Automotive Transformation Group created to revolutionise vehicle sales enabling billions in online sales
To disrupt the vehicles sales process, the group offers the industry’s first market-ready, global and scalable solution for consistent, automated vehicle cycle management optimisation.
memoryOS combines interactive micro-lessons with an immersive 3D game that teaches users memorization skills by transferring them to virtual Memory Palaces.
Having secured $500K in seed funding, founder and CEO of GetMee, Balendran Thavarajah, said that Ms Judge’s passion for education and social change aligns with GetMee’s vision.
It felt painfully ironic. There we were, using reusable coffee cups but carrying them in a disposable coffee tray.
Rainmaking Innovation Japan, who runs the Startupbootcamp Scale Osaka Market Entry program to connect Japanese corporates with international startups has opened their applications for the third cycle of the program.
Whilst Gimmie plans to disrupt the entire consumer finance industry with its transparent payment model, it will be particularly disruptive to the billion dollar rent-to-own space.
We were inspired by the global school strikes movement and asked ourselves, how can older generations take action? This crisis shouldn't all fall onto Gen Z.