Venuemob expands into four more Australian markets

Booking venue startup adds Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and the Gold Coast

Booking venue database startup Venuemob has added Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and the Gold Coast to its existing markets in Sydney and Melbourne.

The startup has information on over 4000 venues around Australia. People can use the service to research and book a venue.

The online platform has received $980,000 in investment from Sydney Angels and Optus Innov8 since it began in 2012.

Venuemob co-founder Ying Wang said that the investment total has been instrumental in the quick growth of the business.

“We now have a market presence across almost all of Australia’s major metros. We’ll be turning our eye towards countries in the Asia Pacific region, including Singapore, next,” he said.

In addition, the startup has secured partnerships with Accor Hotels, Mantra and Rydges who have added their event spaces to the platform.

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