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Darcy Song

Darcy Song

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Last week, Sydney-based proptech company NurtureCloud announced its partnership with leading Australian real estate agency Ray White, bagging no less than $3 million. 

Proptech startup sets out to revolutionise real estate agency Ray White

Melbourne-based recycling company, Reground, has launched a sustainability initiative with Italian coffee manufacturer Lavazza during the Australian Open (AO) 2020. From Lavazza’s Garden Square and Grand Slam Café, Reground is looking at the collection of used coffee grounds from more than 200,000 coffees anticipated to be sold across the two-week event.

From ‘unhappy’ barista to coffee waste entrepreneur

Astrology, cannabidiol (CBD), veganism and biohacking might be the right markets to look into over the next twelve months.

Astrology, plant-based products and CBD oil are the 2020 trends

Sydney-based med-tech startup, loop+, has recently landed on a $3M venture capital investment led by icare Foundation, Silicon Valley-based Yamaha Motor Ventures, Giant Leap Fund, Eleanor Venture and local angel investors. With a collective of platforms developed for wheelchair users to monitor their health, loop+ provides a collaborative space for individuals, their care teams and clinicians to manage relevant health concerns.

Sydney med-tech startup secures $3 million international investment

Business is looking great for Bae Juice, the Australian-Korean beverage startup that provides antidotes to hang-overs after our boozy night-outs. Although with its aesthetically pleasing package and huge social media following, Bae Juice is more than just another pretty Millennial drink.

Melbourne beverage startup creates juicy hangover cures

Public Relations is one of the industries that is constantly evolving over the years. Apart from the old-fashioned ways of creating good rapport with journalists and scoring exposure on media platforms, new opportunities for PR practitioners are set to arise in 2020.

How to up your PR game in 2020

Melbourne construction tech business, Buildxact, has recently raised $8.5 million in order to provide residential home builders solutions to the many business challenges they commonly face.

Construction tech business raises $8.5 million for global expansion