Airtasker is focusing on temporary recruitment and growing its mobile platforms.
Latest from Michael Lee
Yahoo has bought up fledgling startup Snip.it to work on its "social news" projects, but at the same time, has shut down the original product the startup was offering.
Many corporations are too slow to innovate with the agility that a startup has, instead waiting for a "sure thing" and buying it out. But the Commonwealth Bank has tried something different: Rather than waiting for a successful startup to appear, it created its own.
If you're an employee who rolls your eyes when the CEO makes an out-of-touch visionary statement, you're not alone. But one startup thinks it can use technology to give jaded employees their souls back.
The latest round of funding almost matches the efforts of all of its Series B round contributors.
IBM has launched its SmartCamp event in Australia and New Zealand, providing Australian start-ups with another entry point to compete for the IT giant's Entrepreneur of the Year award.
What do you get when you fill a park with like-minded entrepreneurs and give them free internet, power, and the promise of coffee? Co-working is what.
Australian startups live in a smaller ecosystem, receive less funding, don't put their hands up for funding, and don't think big. So how can they survive compared to Silicon Valley giants?
Design platform startup Canva has picked up AU$3 million in funding from Australian and US investors, including former Googler Lars Rasmussen, Yahoo CFO Ken Goldman, and Seek co-founder Paul Bassat.
Australia-based startup We Are Hunted is the latest company to be snapped up by Twitter, lending further credibility to claims that the Twitter Music app is more than just a rumour.