Australian start-up scene is booming, it’s such a massive growth that even a late night show is dedicated to the start-up community and start-up culture. Below we have listed just 7 from the very long list of super inspiring and innovative Australian start-ups. But as in all previous articles for start-ups in different countries around the world, we are focused to present just a sneak-peak of the start-up scene of this countries by listing start-ups from different fields, and as always it isn’t and it isn’t going to be a sharp ‘7’ list the list always is way much longer but this ‘7’ will help you to start checking the whole ‘picture’ of start-up movement in each respective country.
Airtasker is a trusted community marketplace for people and businesses to outsource tasks, find local services or hire flexible staff in minutes – online or via mobile.
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TravelGiver is a one-stop-travel-shop for socially conscious travellers, allowing them to donate up to 8% of their booking to community projects worldwide at no extra cost. Users simply log on, choose a booking partner and select one of hundreds of community projects worldwide that assist communities in need. The donation is then made automatically.
StartSomeGood connects budding social entrepreneurs with the financial and intellectual capital that they need — all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. This online platform taps into the power of the crowd, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for small amounts of money from supporters from around the world, and gives them the tools to update their supporters, provide unique rewards in exchange for support and run multiple campaigns over time.
1000+ writers joined her blog and grew their writing income. She is an award-winning, fun-loving freelance writer who lives in the Seattle area. Also, she started her Make a Living Writing blog back in 2008 when content mill pay rates made her angry.
The Obama Foundation Scholars Program at Columbia University brings together rising leaders from around the world who have demonstrated a commitment to finding solutions to challenges in their communities, countries and regions. Scholars participate in an immersive program that brings together academic, skills-based and experiential learning. The deadline is on 13 December 2019.
As we approached December and the peak of the winter in the northern hemisphere, below we give you the festivals around the world during the month of December, some of them in places that are still warm.
The forum offers a future generation of Italian and German leaders in the fields of politics, business, academia, civil society, media, and culture the opportunity to discuss the challenges faced by the German-Italian partnership as it shapes the future of the European Union (EU). The deadline is on 15 December 2019.
The Youth Global Forum has been to a number of different locations across the world; and with each location has brought a new culture, new language and new ways of living. But how much do you really know about these destinations? Take the test and see if you have the answers to some of the stranger things about these countries that you probably didn't know about.