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Unmanned convenience stores
The future of unmanned convenience stores is being expanded in China. Alibaba recently invested into a start-up called F5 Future Store. F5 already operate a store in Guangzhou and are opening about 30 to 50 more stores this year. Customers use their smartphones to open the door to the store and then robotic arms serve them the items that they purchase via their phone. If customers eat-in, the dining table is self-cleaning which is achieved with another robotic arm. https://alltechasia.com/will-unmanned-convenience-stores-like-f5-future-store-trending-future/ Unmanned stores have also opened in Sweden.  
7th November 2017 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
(4 vote(s), average 5 out of 5)
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Tap into the wisdom of the wiser generations
We solve your problems using the wisdom of those who have done it before you. ?Wiserr is a platform that provides a place for the wiser generation to share their valuable experience and skills with you as mentors. www.wiserr.org
31st October 2017 by kate-perry 2 Comments
(13 vote(s), average 4.9 out of 5)
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Online personal shopping service delivers you a bargain box of fashion every month
Wingal is Australia's only women's clothing subscription box service that delivers customers a personally shopped box of clothes every month. We give you that amazing feeling you feel when you unwrap a present you love! We have 4 different styles to choose from: casual, corporate, cocktail and beachy which customers can cycle through every month. Each box contains 3 personally shopped pre-loved items plus an accessory, all for only $65 / month! Wingal is also very socially conscious with all profits going towards starting a social enterprise to bring 3rd-world women out of poverty. Learn more at: www.wingal.com.au
31st October 2017 by michaela-tura... 1 Comments
(11 vote(s), average 4.5 out of 5)
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An opportunity to vote for your favourite startups and supporters
IdeaSpies is very pleased to be amongst an impressive group as a Community Partner with StartCon, Australia's largest startup and growth conference this year on Dec 1 and 2 in Sydney. We're encouraging you to vote for your favourite startups, entrepreneurs and tech companies. We'll be voting for our favourites-finalists with clever ideas on IdeaSpies- Blackbird Ventures, Brin, Cancer Aid, Fishburners, North Sydney Innovation Network, Tech Ready and Vino Mofo. Look them up (you can search them by name on IdeaSpies) and vote here https://www.startcon.com/vote
29th October 2017 by lynnwood 0 Comments
(12 vote(s), average 4.6 out of 5)
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A startup that allows travelling mums to send breast milk home
US law requires employers to provide nursing mothers with a ?reasonable break time? and a place to express milk, but those requirements do not extend to business travel. Milk Stork is a startup that allows a traveling mother to ship her milk to her baby at home with a cooler that arrives in her hotel room as a postpaid package. She can send up to 72 ounces per day with the materials provided, and packages are shipped overnight anywhere in the United States. This service is making it more possible for women to continue their careers while having children. www.milkstork.com
29th October 2017 by emma 0 Comments
(7 vote(s), average 4.4 out of 5)
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Tech Ready Program
Helping female founders get Tech Ready.?Run by Christie Whitehill, this is a part-time Sydney based program which gets female founders ready for their tech startup journey. ? http://techreadyprogram.com/
27th October 2017 by house 5 Comments
(9 vote(s), average 4.4 out of 5)