The world of startups move quick.
Blink and you’ll miss a great opportunity to join a growing company that could be the next Atlassian, Canva or Airwallex.
Among all of the emerging startups in Australia, LinkedIn uncovered the 25 that were blazing the trail in terms of employee growth, jobseeker interest, member engagement with the firm and employees, and how well the startups attracted talent from top companies.
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To qualify as a hot startup, the company has to be no older than 7 years, have 50 or more employees, are privately held, and have its headquarters in Australia.
Here’s the who’s-who of the Australian startup scene:
Judo Bank (Small business lending)
Canva (Graphic design software)
Volt Bank (Banking)
Mantel Group (IT)
Athena Home Loans (Home loan provider)
Shippit (Delivery company)
Viridian Advisory (Financial advice provider)
Assembly Payments (Payment fintech)
Sonder (Personal safety monitoring)
Flare HR (HR software)
Alex Solutions (Metadata management)
Integrity Life (Insurance provider)
Moula (Small business lender)
Verdia (Sustainable energy services company)
Versent (IT consultant)
GetCapital (Small business lender)
RedEye Apps (Cloud-based engineering collaboration and management)
GO1 (E-learning company)
Barhead Solutions (Boutique tech consultant)
Cover Genius (Insurance technology)
Enable Professional Services (IT service management company)
Clinic to Cloud (Cloud-based medical practice management software)
HiSmile (Dental and cosmetics company)
LegalVision (Commercial law firm)
Here’s the full list by LinkedIn.
The future of work will be discussed at the Yahoo Finance’s All Markets Summit, which will take place on the 26th September 2019 at the Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney. Check out the full line-up of speakers and agenda here.