- 27 June 2017Read more
There is one “exit” — Cardihab — which has designed software programs to help monitor people at high risk of heart disease so they can adapt their lifestyle to beat the disease.
- 24 May 2017Read more
The strategic partnership with AEVI will expand Tanda’s global reach
- 4 December 2016Read more
Other projects include Cardihab, the world’s only scientific smartphone enabled cardiac rehabilitation program, and TranspiratiONal, a biodegradable polymer membrane that can be sprayed and used to improve agricultural water use.
- 24 November 2016Read more
Reborn and rechristened: Travello’s CEO on the ground-up rebuild that fuelled global success
- 13 November 2016Read more
7 can’t-miss apps: Lip Sync Battle, ‘Mikey Jumps,’ Travello and more With the world still reeling from Tuesday’s election, you may have missed some of this week’s best new apps.
- 28 October 2016Read more
James Grugeon’s passion for his “craft beer with a conscience’’ is so great he went door to door in Brisbane earlier this year to flog the brew.
- 21 October 2016
Meet the entrepreneur who has created a beer brand with a social difference – and counts the Prime Minister among his supportersRead more
When thinking about craft beer, one’s mind doesn’t typically jump to Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef, but environmentalist and entrepreneur James Grugeon wants to change that.
- 16 September 2016Read more
For instance, agAlytics seeks to streamline nutrient management for improved yields, while Full Profile, a commodities and asset management software, aims to ensure that the agricultural product of this technology goes to market at minimal cost and for the best return for the farmer.
- 12 September 2016Read more
Pizza chain Domino’s will replace its proprietary workforce management system with a software-as-a-service platform by Brisbane start-up Tanda
- 29 August 2016Read more
Australian startup Travello closes $952k investment Brisbane-based startup Travello, which previously operated under the trade name of Outbound, has secured A$1.26 million ($952,944) in funding.