About Us

Our mission is to impact 1 billion lives through transformative health technology solutions

Who are we?

We’ve been
here a while
Way back in 2009 we started our journey to be the leading digital healthcare agency in Australia, and we’ve been on track ever since. We’re passionate about making a difference, by bringing technology and healthcare together to improve people’s lives.
We think big
Our ambition is to improve the lives of 1 billion people around the world. We’ve already helped over 351,777 - and counting!
We improve lives
That’s why we pour our expertise and energy into building products that improve health and have embedded ourselves in the healthcare industry. We’re currently residents in the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Professor-David- Elliott-Murdoch-Children's-Research-Institute
We build
with evidence
Years of experience has helped us ensure that all of our digital healthcare apps and products are evidence-based and adhere to clinical governance practices.
We work
with the best
We work with leading researchers, institutions and organisations. Our partners include the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Australian Football League, Telethon Health and Monash University amongst many other shining stars. We were also appointed to the Government of Victoria Innovation Panel in 2016.
We design with innovation
At Curve, we have developed The Curve WayTM, a 6-step Human-Centred Design methodology, which combines the best techniques from Lean Startup and Design Thinking principles to build a user validated healthcare product.

Find out more about our 6-step design process

The Curve Story

We never
stop learning
Curve was founded in 2009 and has been run for the last several years by Moh, George and Sanji - three Melbourne University alumni with a shared dream of starting an impact lead company. Like all start ups, Curve has been through peaks and troughs - but we’ve never stopped learning or stopped focusing on how we can use digital technology to transform lives.

Impact Led, Results Focused

Funding Experts
Sometimes a brilliant idea is only a grant away from reality. We understand the complexities of the grant process and have worked with many of our clients to secure grant funding for important health care projects.
Award Winners
It’s always nice to win and our digital healthcare innovations have a proven track record of doing just that. Our products have successfully won National and Victorian iAwards, OZAPP awards and Health 2.0 awards.
Cited and Published
Our digital healthcare products have been published in BMJ and a variety of other industry-leading publications.
Commercialisation Strategists
Great ideas need great strategy. We care about helping you make a viable digital healthcare app or product that can make an impact long into the future and form the basis of a successful business.

What our clients say

Working with Curve to develop Baby Moves meant MCRI were involved every step of the way. The process of co-designing with the team meant we were working collaboratively and felt supported in our requests. We saw a gap in the current processes that technology could bridge and it was great to work with Curve to achieve our goals
Alicia Spittle
Deputy Head of Physiotherapy Department, NHMRC
Ultimately, pairing with Curve on the AllergyPal project meant we were able to bring our idea to fruition with in-depth testing and a thoroughly collaborative approach. We felt like partners at every step of the way.
Professor Mimi Tang
The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne

Visit us


Level 3, Suite 3.09
The Royal Children's Hospital
48 Flemington Road
Parkville, Victoria
3052, Australia


79 St Georges Terrace,
Perth, Western Australia
6000, Australia


516 A Wing,
Kailash Business Park,
Vikhroli West,
400079, Mumbai
+91 91528 06002

Ready to change the world?

If you’ve got a healthcare idea you’re ready to bring to life, get in touch today - we can’t wait to help you make it a reality.
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