According to The Australian Financial Review, he’s only 26, but Melbourne-based entrepreneur Jordan Shreeve has created a multimillion-dollar packaging platform called Inke and signed up some of the world’s biggest brands, including Google, Microsoft and Uber.
Founded less than four years ago from his bedroom in the beachside suburb of Hampton with $20,000 of his own money, Inke enables companies to source branded packaging simply, regardless of the order size.
As well as big global tech companies, local brands including Mecca, Lululemon and Cotton On Group use the platform.
The brands can upload their own packaging design, or find a designer via 99designs, and select from a range of packages, or custom make their own. The platform connects customers with a local manufacturer and is designed to support smaller orders, but for companies wanting more than 3000 packages at a time, the Inke team manually facilitate the order.
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