Using technology
to change lives

Tragedy leads to innovation

After seeing people lose their lives in bushfires and floods, time and time again, because they didn’t have the information they needed to stay out of harms way, Melbourne businessman Rob Hardy decided there had to be a better way to get emergency information to people.

Together with a group of other Australian businesspeople, Rob enlisted the help of some of the world foremost developers to design and create the gpost platform.

Our purpose

At gpost we want to empower people with information to help them stay safe, make their lives easier and nurture their community spirit.

We believe that knowledge is power and being informed is a right, not a privilege. That we as people are stronger together and that community should be cherished and nurtured. That we should all look out for one another. And that technology can and should be used to achieve this.

Changing the way we receive information

In a world first, gpost has made it possible for email to be sent to a physical location, rather than an email address. It has the power to transform our lives:

  • To make it possible for Emergency Services to get us critical information in an emergency.
  • To make our daily lives that little bit easier, by alerting us to disruptions and inconveniences.
  • To get those nearby to come to our aid in an emergency or when we’re in danger.
  • To allow us to connect and engage with others in our local community.
gpost knows no boundaries

In the not too distant future, gpost plans to secure worldwide partners. This will allow users to get the info they need to make their daily lives run smoothly and keep themselves out of harms way, in one single app – whether they’re at home, at work, out and about, or on the other side of the world.

The possibilities for gpost really are endless. Just launched in Australia, United States, Netherlands and The Bahamas, gpost is set to change the way we receive and send information, forever