Sydney-founded crowdsourced courier startup Go People, born in 2014 as People Post, has raised $3 million in funding as it looks to grow further in the increasingly-crowded delivery startup space.
Fresh off raising $33 million Series C round in October, Airtasker is gearing up for a busy Christmas period, today announcing a partnership with Coles to trial a delivery service across 64 Sydney stores.
Alcohol delivery service Tipple is looking to leverage data to boost its offering to customers, while also creating an additional revenue stream.
Passel is a crowdsourced delivery service using regular people already near the local store to complete the final mile delivery.
Feedmee is a social enterprise restaurant discovery and booking platform which donates a portion of each booking referral fee to charity.
HelloCars is offering an online car marketplace focused on selling quality used cars that are delivered to a buyer’s door anywhere in Australia.
Domino’s has announced the launch of an AI assistant that will be plugged into the brand’s site and mobile app to allow customers to order food using voice.
Crowdsourced delivery startup Go People has announced a raise of over $2 million in the last three months. The startup formerly known as People Post has rebranded and revamped its technology platform to offer yet another service in the competitive logistics space.
With providers looking for any edge in the commerce space, end-to-end platform Neto has partnered with delivery startup Sendle, integrating Sendle as the default delivery provider for Australian stores set up through Neto.
To create a world first marketplace for last mile tracking, Sherpa has recently launched a new platform called Sherpa Fleet. The platform is a management service for a company’s existing fleet, but also has the capacity for third parties to tap into that fleet.
Global restaurant delivery startup Deliveroo has announced its expansion into Perth, its 100th city, and unveiled new branding.
Launching today with $2 million in funding is FoodByUs, a Sydney startup founded by former Menulog managing director Gary Munitz, Tim Chandler, former lead engineer at Menulog, and Ben Lipschitz, former managing director of footwear brand Flipsters, looking to connect passionate home cooks with consumers.
Domino’s has today announced a partnership with Australian drone startup Flirtey to launch the world’s first ever drone delivery service in New Zealand. The partnership aims to connect people with pizza via CAA-approved trial store-to-door drone deliveries.
Australian founded drone startup Flirtey has delivered its first 7-Eleven slurpee to a US customer in celebration of the stores 89th birthday. The home delivery service was the first fully autonomous drone delivery to a customer’s residence in the US, which represents a historic milestone for both US drone delivery and global commerce.
Australian delivery startup Sendle has today launched a new offering called Sendle Satchels to expand its service to SMBs. Small to medium and micro-businesses will now have a more convenient and cheaper option of sending parcels from 500g to 25kg.