CareMonkey president, Peter Bencivenga, discusses edtech acquisitions.
MONKEY SEE, MONKEY SIGN: CareMonkey, a Melbourne, Australia-based startup that provides schools with digital software to replace paper forms, has raised $1.5 million in a seed round led by Peter Bencivenga, with New Ground Ventures and Rethink Education also participating….
CareMonkey Raises $1.5 Million in Seed Funding to Automate School Processes Through a Digital Forms Platform
Edtech Investors join CareMonkey for expansion into the U.S.A and U.K.
CEO Troy Westley talks to Monash Life about starting CareMonkey.
CareMonkey delivers offline access, display, speed and user experience improvements with new version of its Android and Apple mobile apps.
CareMonkey named number one Australian medical and healthcare start-up in top 10 report released by medicalstartups.org.
The rollout of CareMonkey for Scout Groups in NSW is well and truly underway, with one very successful webinar delivered, over 80 Scout Groups activated online so far, and numerous more in the process of finalising their details.
The rollout of CareMonkey for Scout Groups in NSW is well and truly underway, with one very successful webinar delivered, over 80 Scout Groups activated online so far, and n
Does your club struggle with maintaining all the paperwork required these days? Is it too difficult to find and share folders between administrators at your club? Is information regularly out of date? Check out Care Monkey to go online and save volunteer time.
Of the 20 Groups who participated in the trial, 80% of Group and Section Leaders surveyed said they were Very Satisfied or Extremely Satisfied with CareMonkey. 95% of families surveyed would recommend CareMonkey as a product for all Scouts NSW members.
In the last five years, the landscape of business media has changed significantly – prior to 2012 tech coverage was heavily focused on ICT players at the top end of town.
Startup Daily: Victorian healthtech CareMonkey has been leveraging the Talent Unleashed Awards network in its marketing
For many an Australian startup, the goal is to expand internationally and become a global business. Doing just that is Victorian health tech startup CareMonkey, which has created a platform to securely collect, store, and distribute medical and emergency contact information for organisations with a duty of care, such as schools, sports clubs, and community organisations.
CareMonkey has taken its ‘social care network’ international, with the Melbourne-based startup seeking to build its customer base in the United States and Europe.
CareMonkey eliminates the use of paper forms and the headaches of having to chase paper forms down from parents.
CareMonkey releases new feature to save schools time managing groups and sending school forms to parents.