stockinstore has been recognised by Westpac as one of its Business of Tomorrow 2018 winners.

We’re incredibly proud and honoured to be recognised by Westpac and would especially like to acknowledge our Westpac Business banker, Deborah Bilsborough who is passionate about what we do and believes in stockinstore. She has been an incredible sounding board and source of inspiration to us. Thanks heaps Deb, you’re the best.

We’re looking forward to our intense 3-day learning experience at Melbourne Business School. Can’t wait to meet other innovative businesses, academics and leaders, learning new things and challenging ourselves to take the next steps to grow stockinstore into a global solution provider we had always envisioned.

That’s it for now. We’ll post again after the 3-day intensive at the Melbourne Business School.

A big thanks to Westpac for recognising the need to help small business with big visions and most importantly acting on it.

About Westpac Business of Tomorrow

The Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow is a program designed to reward and recognise businesses with the drive to shape Australia’s future. Businesses may be large or small and they don’t need to be a Westpac customer, however they all share the following strengths:

✔ Demonstrate a clear purpose and vision.
✔ Deeply understand their customer’s needs.
✔ Have the capability to meet tomorrow’s challenges.

About stockinstore®

stockinstore was launched in 2016 as a way for retailers to tell online shoppers which stores nearby have the item they’re looking for. Since its launch, this ground-breaking technology has continued to bridge the gap between online and in-store; and gives retailers valuable insights into customer demand for products across their store network. To learn more about stockinstore and join a growing list of retailers like M.J. BaleAdairsEarly SettlerPETstockKookaiFlorsheimSurf Dive n SkiGUESSAmazon Surf NZ, 99 Bikes, IntersportNique, Billini, The UpsideBags to Go and Tentword, who are all using stockinstore to improve their retail businesses, visit

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