Fishburners Startup Blog & News

Why Comparing Your Business to Competition Stops It from Growing

February 23, 2021

Are Your Product Options Stifling Growth? When it comes to creating the next big start-up, Former Head of Product (Loyalty) at Qantas and Founder of Ceres One, Henk Kleynhans, states that comparing yourself to the competition is a sure fire way …

Why You Should Continue Digital Marketing Post COVID 19 with Fiverr

February 2, 2021

This was brought to you by Fiverr.com, the world’s largest freelancer marketplace.  “Should You Continue Digital Marketing During This Pandemic? Hint: YES!” After Covid-19 made it’s presence known, the first thing most businesses did was cut operational costs wherever and however possible. Their …

Meet Elfware: The Company Removing IT Risk from Business Operations

February 2, 2021

Elfware, founded by Hamish Cameron, is a platform that utilises knowledge synthesis and mapping to translate decision making to code. Instead of writing code, Elfware allows analysts and non-technical people to make decisions which then generate app-based code. Elfware provides a …

How to Drive Growth Through Experimentation.

December 1, 2020

At last week’s growth community group at Fishburners, Expert in Residence and Managing Director at ikaros, Daniel Lohrmann was in conversation with Justin Bohlmann, the Head of CX and Conversion at leading fintech scale-up uno Home Loans. With a diverse career …

Give for Good This Christmas: Australian Startups To Support.

November 30, 2020

It might seem as though your actions don’t count in the big scheme of things. But the more of us that give gifts consciously this Christmas, the better our collective impact will be on the planet — and on others. Firstly, …

Meet MyWhanau: The Calendar Assistant Changing Busy Parents Lives.

November 30, 2020

MyWhanau is the world’s best family calendar assistant app. The idea for the technology sparked when founder, Michelle Forster‘s struggled juggling her corporate role with three busy children, and feeling overwhelmed with the hours she had to devote to organising the …