The workplace software unicorn’s latest investment reflects its plans to automate and connect the billions of machines and devices used by its 60,000 customers.
Queer Eye star Karamo Brown has launched a free diversity, equity, and inclusion training course. Here are some of his best tips for an inclusive workplace.
Great Place To Work has announced its 2022 list, with SafetyCulture and Atlassian each scoring the third spot in their respective categories.
Australian startup EdApp is introducing lessons delivered by cave diver John Volanthen and Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown.
The Aussie workplace safety and operations software scale-up has more than doubled its value after one of the year’s biggest investments in the country.
In the rush to retain scarce talent, companies are dangling everything from a four-day week and unlimited annual leave to office pets. But do employees care?
Aussie “unicorn” tech company SafetyCulture has led an $8 million investment round in artificial intelligence start-up Unleash live, after seeing the possibility for it to work well alongside its flagship product, reflecting a growing trend of maturing start-ups investing in other start-ups.
Developed in a Townsville garage, SafetyCulture originally started out as a workplace safety app, but has morphed into something that’s even being used on reality television The Block.
English Premier League team Brentford Football Club announces a two-year partnership with global operations platform SafetyCulture.
Australia-based SafetyCulture raised a $73 million funding round at a valuation of $1.6 billion, doubling the company’s valuation from its $35.5 million raise a year ago.
SafetyCulture is opening a new headquarters in Sydney. The Australian tech unicorn is relocating to a custom-built headquarters in the Sydney suburb of Surry Hills, which is set to be complete in mid-2021 and will add to the suburb’s emerging tech scene.
SafetyCulture may be one of Australia’s fastest growing startup, doubling its three-comma valuation in the space of a few months. Starting as a workplace safety checklist app, SafetyCulture is hoping to transform itself into a global platform managing all aspects of business operations.
From humble beginnings in a garage to offices around the globe, Townsville’s homegrown SafetyCulture is kicking goals. The tech company has just been announced as one of the best places to work in Australia.
SafetyCulture started life in a Townsville garage in 2004. Now its CEO and founder is running a global business that helps more than 500,000 workers in 85 countries.
Six months after becoming Australia’s latest “unicorn,” workplace safety platform SafetyCulture has raised another $48.5 million. Of the raise, only $14 million ($US10 million) was equity, with the remaining generated by staff and early investors selling down their stakes.
The British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and global tech company SafetyCulture have partnered to create a new app to support pubs in reopening safely this summer.
Technology unicorn SafetyCulture is buying Sydney-based startup EdApp, capping off its maiden acquisition in a deal that values the online training app at $40 million.