There is a global push for a seamless and affordable way to dispatch, route, and track local deliveries and tasks, yet the majority of companies don’t know where their fleet is in real-time and are unable to notify the receiver with live tracking updates.

An industry that is built on two-way radio and paper print outs is inefficient, clunky and up until now has been extremely expensive trying to manage drivers and late / missed deliveries without investing thousands in "big company" technology.

GetSwift has built a sophisticated logistics management platform that gives management visibility over their fleet, automates the distribution of task assignments with a proprietary batching & routing algorithm and communicates directly with the receiver to maximise worker uptime so they can fulfil more tasks.

Business owners who deliver can now increase repeat orders, increase average order size all whilst automating the dispatching and routing decisions and delighting the the customer with a real-time end to end tracking experience. All of this is now possible without having to invest thousands in technology.

The future of urban logistics is here!




Joel Macdonald is an ex-professional AFL athlete with extensive commercial experience in product, growth, and marketing. Joel has an extensive track record of innovating and disrupting the market with other distinguished companies. He co-founded one of Australia's first alcohol ecommerce platforms,, he also was a founder with on-demand logistics company Distributed Logistics and, a hospitality payment platform. Joel’s other entrepreneurial initiatives consisted of managing the US real estate investment company (AREIAUS) and also completed a bachelor of business degree at Monash University whilst competing professionally in the AFL for 11 years. As a rising star in the new global economy Joel has taken his passion, commitment and discipline learnt as a athlete and stormed into the USA market where he has made a profound impact among well known leaders, influencers  and organizations.



Bane Hunter is a global executive with over twenty years’ experience in media and financial services. Bane’s experience includes acting as CEO of The Loop, Chief Product Officer at A+E Television Networks, Senior Executive Director at Conde Nast in NY, Foxtel Head of IS Program delivery in Sydney and Chief Project Officer MTV/Viacom in New York. He developed the framework and coined the phrase GEMS – Growth, Execution, Monetization and Strategy, these being pillars of the new rapidly growing digital economy. As a leader and visionary in the digital product and monetization space with an eye on disruptive emerging technologies Bane’s other notable senior leadership roles include Board Member of The Blue Chilli Group & Head of Global Growth & Strategy, and advisor to a number of companies such as Cool Hunting, Travel Massive, and Splitsville among others. In addition to his MBA degree, Bane holds PMP, SPL, ITIL and CSM certifications, and is fluent in a number of languages. Uniquely positioned Bane has worked extensively in Australia, the USA and Europe, with additional high level project work in Asia enabling him to be fully versed in the dynamics needed to seamlessly build high growth profitable global organisations.  

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GLOBAL HEAD of Operations & Technology

Jonathan Ozovek is a seasoned project, program, portfolio, technology & operations executive. Jonathan has held leadership roles in multiple verticals including healthcare, financial services, technology, & consulting including roles as Sr. Vice President of Global Program Management & Operations at Citigroup, Global Technology R&D - PMO Head at Siemens Healthcare, Enterprise IT Security at Johnson & Johnson & Finance / Regional Compliance Lead of Americas at Becton Dickinson.

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Daniel is a global financial executive with 15+ years of global financial and capital markets experience. Daniel's previous experience includes roles as Chief Investment Officer at Elmrox Investment Group, Managing Director at Talara Capital Management, Senior Analyst at Citadel, an analyst in Investment Banking at Merrill Lynch & Co as well as Equity Derivatives at Merrill Lynch & Co. Daniel is also an entrepreneur, an investor and completed his tertiary education with a BS from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.




Brett Eagle is a specialist in multi-jurisdictional transactions, private corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions. Brett is admitted as an attorney in New York, US, and as a solicitor in New South Wales, Australia and his prior experience includes senior roles  with Coudert Brothers LLP in the USA and Germany.



John Wilson is a well-known executive in the technology and business circles. John helped develop flexible TV screens and electric vehicles before they were cool. John began his work with electric vehicles in a 1993 project with the United States Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, better known as DARPA. While in Washington he also served as executive director of the Southern Governors’ Association and Washington office director of the Southern Legislative Conference.

In 2012, he became a venture partner with Paladin Capital Group, a Washington-based multi- stage private equity firm funding growing companies across the globe. Mr. Wilson is also a founder, investor, judge and/or mentor with several technology accelerators, including GigTank, Flashpoint @ Georgia Tech, Emory Excellerator, NeuroLaunch, and CyberLaunch. Mr. Wilson co-chairs the annual Technology Association of Georgia’s Top-40 Innovative Company awards program and has served as a board member of the American Lung Association in the Southeast, the Metro Atlanta Chamber’s Technology Board of Advisors and the Clean Air Campaign’s Strategic Planning Committee.



Sig Mosley was known as the godfather of Angel Capital in the United States before he formed
his first venture capital fund. Currently the Managing Partner of Mosley Ventures, he has
invested in over 120 technology startups with more than 82 liquidity events. He currently is
the record holder of the largest Southeast Venture deal with the USD $5.7 Billion acquisition of Tradex by Ariba.

In addition, Mr. Mosley is a director of The Imlay Foundation, Techbridge and the
Entrepreneurs Foundation of the Southeast. Mr. Mosley is also a director of GATV, the CEO
Council, TiE-Atlanta and TAG. He serves on over a dozen technology corporation boards, the
advisory board of the Georgia Tech ATDC, the investment committee of Gray Ghost DOEN
Social Ventures Coöper and on the GRA Venture Fund Board. Mr. Mosley is managing member
of Flashpoint Investors, LLC and is a member of the Invest Georgia Roundtable, a venture capital initiative between government and private industry leaders.