Elanation is a business focused on pioneering the healthy relationship between kids, their families and technology. As thought leaders in this space we receive some great coverage in the media and trade press. Here is a list of the best articles.
You will launch in the United States later in the year, what expectations do you have for this market in comparison to the New Zealand and Australian markets?Details
Eighteen months ago, Elanation co-founder Katherine Pace never thought she’d be building a children’s company.
Coming from an engineering and design background, Pace knew the future for wearables was bright, but prior to founding Elanation, she had only ever designed products for adults.
The Xero chief was joined on the panel by a number of Australian cloud-based young start-ups – kids health platform Elanation, social media influencer app Social Soup, electricity retailer Mojo and Roames, which captures 3D image data of utility infrastructure and its surrounds and was acquired by Dutch surveying company Fugro last year – each keen to emulate Xero’s success.
Elanation CEO and co-founder Katherine Maree Pace said she felt Australian innovation’s time had come.
“We’re at a real tipping point. There’s more eyeballs on Australia,” she said.
TWISTA opens series 5 with Monica Wulff, CEO of Startup Muster, who goes through all the key points of the recently released 2016 survey of Australia’s startup ecosystem. Then TWISTA speaks to Elanation co-founder Katherine Maree Pace and Aimee Atkins about building a lifestyle tech company that starts with a ‘child-centred’ design process.Details