GO1 is software that allows you to train your staff and customers. You can quickly create your own courses or use one of the existing courses in our growing marketplace.
Queensland-based Y Combinator alumnus GO1 has raised AU$4m in a pre-Series A funding round from a range of investors including Shark Tank's Steve Baxter.
GO1, an employee training startup out of Y Combinator’s Summer 2015 cohort, is launching in North America to help companies onboard and educate their employees in a more effective fashion.
Andrew is passionate about leveraging technology in education, CEO and co-founder of GO1, a company that offers training software to help businesses provide onboarding, compliance, and professional development training to their staff. Prior to starting GO1, he was the director of Epilepsy Queensland, Cannon Hill Angelican College Foundation, and an Economics Tutor at the University of Queensland. He was a Rhodes Scholar of Queensland in 2014. He graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Economics and a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Business Strategy, as well as a Master of Science in Learning and Technology Education from the University of Oxford.
Prior to starting GO1, Chris was a contributor at Drupal, CTO at GoCatalyze, Senior Developer at Go1 Web Design, Owner at Univate, Software Engineer at Intellidesign, and Electronic Engineer at Filtronic. He graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering, Microelectronics majoring in Computer Systems and a Bachelor of Information Technology majoring in Computer Science
Prior to starting GO1, Chris was the Founding Director at GoCatalyze, a company that works to create rich relationships with clients and constituents via social, traditional and digital media and use them to achieve your aims, whether corporate, political or non-profit, as well as the University Council Member of the five campuses of Griffith University. He was also a co-founder of The Schoolbag, and an Associate at Constitutional Court of South Africa.
With a passion for innovation, business and technology, Vu is the co-founder of GO1, a leading Australian digital technology and product development firm. His experiences include managing and building areas ranging from project management, product development, account management and sales development through to corporate governance, business development and finance. As a qualified medical doctor working in General Practice, Vu has a passion for developing new and innovative ways to promote healthcare in the broader community. As the co-founder and director of Aduro Learning Management System, Go Catalyse and GO1, he is excited about utilizing technology in innovative and novel ways to further the promotion of technology not only in healthcare but the broader community.