Patents filed in Australia and New Zealand.
October 3, 2017
Gobbill has filed patents in Australia and New Zealand for its innovative electronic bill processing system. Other territories to follow. The company has invested over 2 years in research and development of digitisation, fraud checking and payment automation technologies.
Gobbill joins Stone & Chalk fintech hub
September 10, 2017
Gobbill will be relocating to join fintech hub Stone & Chalk in October 2017. (Level 1, 459 Little Collins Street MELBOURNE)
Chief Financial Officer appointed
August 8, 2017
Gobbill has appoint Anthony Luvisetto BBus(Acct)(Fin) BA CPA as its new CFO. Anthony is an experienced company accountant having worked for organisations such as World Vision Australia.
ATO ruled that Gobbill is an Early Stage Innovation Company
May 16, 2017
The ATO ruled that Gobbill is an Early Stage Innovation Company (ESIC) which provided tax benefits to Gobbill’s investor(s).
Gobbill debuted its new online service to pay email bills
April 26, 2017
We released our FREE digital service to the Australian public to automatically pay their email bills.
A new brand image and office
April 4, 2017
Gobbill had a brand refresh keeping the turkey logo as a reminder of where we started. We also moved into our new office to be closer to our Deep Learning & AI technical colleagues.
We started hiring…
November 14, 2016
We started to hire and grow. First a software engineer, then a digital marketing coordinator.
An Angel investor!
October 26, 2016
Angel investor Galen Gan invested into the business helping us take it to the next level.
Testing and more testing
February 1, 2016
Over 18 months, further research, development and testing occurred as BETA Phase 1 (Feb 2016) and Phase 2 (May 2016). The different phases helped to refine the product based on customer feedback.
A prototype was built
September 7, 2015
Within six months of an idea, the first working prototype was ready for testing and feedback.
Australian patent was filed
August 10, 2015
An Australian provisional patent for Gobbill’s technology was filed in August 2015 while the founders continued their research and development activities. The patent evolved into two new patents in December 2016.
Microsoft helps out
July 29, 2015
Gobbill receives support from Microsoft after joining the BizSpark program for startups. This meant we could run our technology on Microsoft FREE over three years.
Gobbill was incorporated as a company
July 1, 2015
The founders self-backed the startup and after several months of research, Gobbill was incorporated in July 2015.
An idea was born
March 31, 2015
Founders Shendon Ewans and Quentin Marsh were catching up and started comparing how each one paid their household bills. They discovered how vastly different their approaches were. Quentin was strictly digital. He wanted every bill delivered via email but had to action it immediately otherwise he would forget or lose them. Shendon was predominately paper based. He would receive most of his bills by mail and once they were paid, he would file them in his shoe-box. Both methods wasted time and had flaws. They decided that there must be a better way – just take the email bills, store them digitally and pay them before its due date. Imagine having your own robot assistant working away in the background dealing with your bills for you. The idea of Gobbill was born!