In this edition of Don’t Look Back, we go back to speak to the CEO of Just Play, David Argyle, who gave us his perspective on how his company handled the pandemic and the state of play. They’re one of the Australian sports companies who is becoming a leader in the ‘Digitisation of Australian sports’
We return to speak to Luke McCoy of LIGR Live. The company’s evolution has been impressive with their growth further heightened by their recent announcement they have secured funding from Alston Elliot Graphics as well as Sydney angel fund, Investible. What has changed in-between the times we last spoke in May 2018? Can you reflect
In this edition of Don’t Look Back, we go back to speak to Patrick Galloway from Sportsyear. We lift off from our conversation with the co-founder of the sports scheduling and marketing company from October 2019. A large percentage of your company’s revenue is tied up in hospitality, so clearly COVID-19 has impacted Sportsyear. You’re not
We go back to speak to Chris Evans from peer-to-peer surf, bike and snow gear rental marketplace Quipmo. Lifting off from our interview in June 2019, we see how the company is travelling now. The pandemic has certainly impacted your business, your company is geared towards peer-to-peer equipment rental, so therefore out-of-home focussed. How are
We look back and talk to Simon Murphy, CEO of RefLIVE to catch up on how his company has evolved between the time we first spoke in 2017 to now. The company has evolved from a smartwatch app for football referees into a SaaS management system that complements their smartwatch and smartphone app. While maintaining
We return to speak to Alex Mednis of revolutioniseSPORT. I interviewed Teresa and yourself in August 2017. What’s changed since we last spoke? Alex Mednis: “I think the biggest change from my perspective is that we had around four employees and now our team has grown to 14! “In 18 months we have tripled our
We return to speak to Jason Davis from Siren Media. When we first spoke (in December 2017) you were only a couple of months removed from doing the first couple of betas and you were about to go live. Jason Davis: “We did a soft launch that February (2018) and in March we properly launched.