Rick Rowan spent more than 15 years suffering from a chronic lower back problem before he began looking for a better solution and came to PainPod.
Despite the skepticism before being converted to the wonders of cycling in Singapore, Mina Nada firmly believes bike sharing can come to make up a key piece of Sydney’s transport infrastructure.
Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said the Mobike bikes will be rolled out strategically in time for the 2018 Commonwealth Games
To help better educate consumers around car servicing and repairs and make pricing more transparent is Gold Coast startup AutoGuru.
HiSmile leveraged Facebook and social influencers to popularise its flagship teeth whitening product, which uses gels and LED lighting to whiten teeth.
Music streaming startup Guvera Limited has announced it’s ceased operations, with founder and chief executive Claes Loberg departing the company.
MiGym allows customers to search for nearby gyms, compare and contrast prices, and then sign up and manage memberships online – including cancelling.
Shebah is a rideshare service for female-identifying drivers and passengers only, with boys to the age of 12 travelling with a woman welcome.
While the Australian auto market is thriving with popular car sales websites such as CarSales and CarsGuide, it is difficult to find a truly end-to-end service. Looking to provide consumers with the full package is ApprovalBuddy.
At 11 years old, Nimble is now one of the oldest players in the burgeoning loans market, but the veteran company is based on the Gold Coast and actually first launched with a bricks and mortar storefront.
Brisbane startup Therapair is an online booking service connecting people with massage therapists on the Gold Coast. The startup takes professional photos and videos of each of its therapists to create a visual representation of the look, feel and type of service each is offering.
The Gold Coast’s Bond University has today opened up The Hub, a coworking space for startups and entrepreneurs, in the Bond Business School, looking to facilitate cross-faculty and interdisciplinary collaboration.
Gold Coast startup MINUTIAE Innovations is in the process of bringing military-grade tech into luxury leather goods. Think of walking around with a Prada bag, but inside that bag is built in security that is used by the special forces.
Startup Daily spoke with Wyatt Roy MP and Cr Glenn Tozer, and both demonstrated a nuanced understanding of the Australian startup ecosystem and communicated high hopes for the future of Queensland. Interestingly, people from Brisbane and the Gold Coast were slightly less enthusiastic about their hometowns.
Gold Coast held their much anticipated Startup Weekend last week and the tourist hot-spot crowned goStandby.com.au as the winner of the weekend, an application that allows users to grab a last minute deal and save big bucks!