MyTab In The Media
XERO: Connecting With Your Community This Summer
Entrepreneurs Mikaela Greene of MyTab (who also moonlights as a professional surfer) and Deb Hallyburton of The Good Egg Cafe know this all too well. Based in the holiday hotspot of Busselton in Western Australia, the entrepreneurial pair have learned to lean on – and in turn, uplift – their local communities. How? They each have a strong sense of purpose, and a brand that reflects this. Below, they share why this is so important to business success and how they’ve made a name for themselves locally, all to help you do the same.
MyTab Wins BCCI Innovation & Rising Star Awards
In the first year of trading, MyTab has won both the Innovation Award and Rising Star Business Excellence Award judged by the Busselton Chamber of Commerce and Industry. A monumental achievement by MyTab with large recognition of the innovative and industry leading services MyTab provides both Venues and Customers.
MyTab Wins Xero National Award
Congratulations to all our nominees for your incredible entries.
The caliber of applications this year was so incredibly high, so this win is nothing short of a mammoth achievement.
Congratulations MyTab, winners of the National Emerging Small Business Award presented by Xero.
Former reality TV stars and competitive surfers Eliza and Mikaela Greene have entered the food ordering technology market with the launch of their phone application MyTab.
Yallingup sisters Mikaela and Eliza Greene are taking the WA hospitality industry by storm with the rollout of their new app MyTab. The Hummingbird Waterside and Plant-Based cafes are the latest venues to join.
Launched six months ago, the sisters have already seen huge success with more than 10 venues on board and over 2700 customers actively using the app.
Busselton Dunsborough Times
Professional surfer sisters Eliza and Mikaela Greene launch new hospitality app
GWN 7 News
NEW FOOD ORDERING APP
New apps are hitting our mobile phones every day, but now two familiar South West faces have entered the world of food ordering technology. Promising to make dining-in easier, as covid guidelines change the way we eat out.