Spotlight on Victoria-based Canadian Consulting Startups: Innovations and Insights

January 3, 2024
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In recent years, Victoria has witnessed an encouraging surge of startups, particularly in the consulting sector. With the digitalization of most businesses and the escalating need for specialized advice and guidance, many promising new names have emerged in Victoria’s startup scene since 2020. This article aims to spotlight these game changers that are making waves in the state’s business arena.

From novel green initiatives to property management, legal, and cyber security consulting, these startups are revolutionising various sectors in distinct ways. Despite the challenging economic environment resulting from the global pandemic, these new companies have shown resilience and innovation, contributing significantly to the region’s diverse and vibrant startup landscape.

Below, we delve into the details of these promising, young startups, their offerings, and how they’re contributing to Victoria’s thriving startup scene.

Great Wrap

Co-founded by Julia Kay, Great Wrap is a unique venture that rests at the intersection of consumer goods and consulting. The Sorrento-based company has developed a compostable cling wrap produced from potato waste. Demonstrating identical performance to conventional plastic, their wrap decomposes within 180 days, leaving no traces of microplastics. The ingenuity of this concept positions Great Wrap as a pioneer in the journey towards a greener future. Find them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Checklist Legal

Focusing on business development, consulting and legal services, Checklist Legal, was established by Verity White. It aims to bridge the gap between the business sphere and legal expertise. Checklist Legal is headquartered in Melbourne. To learn more about their offerings, you can find them on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Rent Converters

Based in Port Melbourne, Rent Converters was established by Matt Lanigan. Their areas of expertise span across advice, consulting, finance, and real estate. Further information about their offerings can be found on their LinkedIn page.

TRUE Infrastructure

Headquartered in Melbourne, TRUE Infrastructure is a unique venture that intersects management consulting with the finance and funding platform industries. The company enables investors to access a variety of assets spanning the transport, renewables, utilities, and energy sectors. Unveil more about this startup on their LinkedIn page.

Trustd Figures

Situated in South Yarra, Trustd Figures operates in the realms of consulting, property management and real estate. Keep up with this startup on their Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages.

The Digital Fox

Located in Bright, Victoria, The Digital Fox is a consulting firm that specializes in web design, UI/UX, web development, and email automation. It is known for effective communication, transparency, reliability, and its unique direct interaction model with clients.

Neu21

The Melbourne-based consulting firm, Neu21 also provides professional and management consulting services. Here’s more about them on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Bluestone Property

Founded by James Anderson, Bluestone Property Corporation is a real estate consulting firm based in Melbourne. It provides a spectrum of services including property investment, consumer research, custom consulting, and more. Learn more about them on Facebook and LinkedIn.

Growth CFO

Headquartered in Melbourne, Growth CFO is a startup founded by Damian Lococo. This multidimensional firm operates in the advice, business development, consulting, and financial services realm. They share more activities on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.

25eight

Based in Melbourne, 25eight provides advertising, consulting, marketing, professional services, and training. More about their services can be found on their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

Graphene Security

Another shining star from Melbourne’s startup scene is Graphene Security. They focus on consulting, cyber security, and information technology. Find out more about their activities on Twitter and LinkedIn.

To conclude, Victoria’s startup culture is flourishing due to the birth of these, and many more, promising businesses. Their ingenuity is beginning to reshape sectors far and wide, hinting at the immense potential of the state’s entrepreneurial landscape.

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