Snobal a Techboard Top 10 Trending Australian VR/AR Startup

August 17, 2017 in news



Snobal a Techboard Top 10 Trending Australian VR/AR Startup
It was a lovely surprise to check LinkedIn this morning and discover that Techboard, a monthly ranking of Australian trending startups and young high potential technology companies has placed Snobal as one of the top 10 trending VR/AR startups in Australia for July! [su_spacer] Perth based ASX listed Velpic, a video e-learning platform, was the top trending trending AR/VR startup for the month with other start-ups ranked included Tagspace (top tending VR/AR startup for NSW). [su_spacer] Techboard ranking includes input from a local panel of experts to identify the startups tech companies that have "got the experts attention over the ranking period". [su_spacer] Victorian panel experts included Joe Barber, Accelerating Commercialisation, Department of Industry and Science; Kristen Holden, Startup Manager, MYOB; Paul Carboon, Business Development Manager, Hydrix; Dinushi Dias, Journalist & Producer; Christine Christian, Chairperson Kirwood Capital, Joesph Galvez, Thundering Herd and Georgia Beattie CEO at Startup Victoria. [su_spacer] The Techboard Ranking began in September 2015 by  co-founders, Peter van Bruchem and Rafael Kimberley-Bowen as a way of raising the profile of startups and young tech companies by "helping to highlight trending or up and coming companies, those who are attracting greater mindshare". [su_spacer] Founded in 2014, when Snobal was one of only a handful of VR/AR companies in Australia, it's fabulous to see the growing, diverse and dynamic VR/AR companies Australia is producing.