The way we work is changing.

Jeff Wang, Nathan Oehlman, Georgina Ibarra, Silvia Pfeiffer.

We need tools to enable those changes.Traditional video conferencing tools are clunky and do not support experts like coaches, clinicians or lawyers in delivering and charging for their professional services online.

Coviu is the solution. Professionals get a frictionless and easy-to-use solution for setting up online consulting rooms and invite clients to rich interactive consults. One click and your client is talking to you in their browser – no software installations, no complicated call setup.

Coviu is a groundbreaking new video and data conferencing technology that works peer-to-peer allowing for massive scalability, speed and affordability.


  • Silvia Pfeiffer, CEO: Business lead, software engineer and repeat entrepreneur, formerly at Mozilla and Google.
  • Jeff Wang, Platforms & Devices: Software engineer and business development in China, formerly at Dolby Labs and Samsung.
  • Nathan Oehlman, Full Stack: Software engineer with special knowledge in WebRTC.
  • Georgina Ibarra, UX Lead: User experience and interface design, formerly at ABC.

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[Image appears of Michael Withford talking and Anna Grocholsky listening and text appears: Michael Withford, Macquarie University, Team Modular Photonics]

Michael Withford: I’m Michael from Modular Photonics. 

[Image appears of a Modular Photonic sign]

I lead the research group at Macquarie University. 

[Image shows Anna Grocholsky talking and Michael Withford listening and text appears: Anna Grocholsky, Macquarie University, Director Commercialisation, Team Modular Photonics]

This is my colleague Anna Grocholsky.

Anna Grocholsky: I’m the Commercialisation and Innovation Director at the uni.

[Images move through of legs walking past a 3D ON sign, Michael Withford talking and Anna Grocholsky listening, a computer screen display and a device with a flashing light]

Michael Withford: I was originally cynical about the ON programme because we’re already selling products and so we thought we knew what it took to actually take our company forward.

[Images flash through of Michael Withford listening and Anna Grocholsky talking to the camera, an ON brochure being held, the audience, Michael Withford talking into a microphone and Michael Withford on stage in front of a 3D ON sign]

Anna Grocholsky: I think it was also the time required to commit to this programme but we convinced the team that it was a good opportunity and I’m really glad that we did because look at us now.

[Camera zooms in to show Michael Withford talking into the microphone and then the image changes to show the audience]

Michael Withford: We are the only game in town that has an integrated chip solution that is compact and affordable. 

[Image changes to show Michael Withford talking and Anna Grocholsky listening]

Before I came in the ON programme we actually had a fairly rigid and single minded business model in place. 

[Image changes to show Michael Withford talking into the microphone and then the camera zooms out to show Michael Withford on the stage in front of a 3D ON sign]

What the ON programme has done for us is actually get us out there, out of our comfort zone, talking to the industry and in the process of doing that we’ve actually developed a new product line. 

[Image changes to show Michael Withford talking and Anna Grocholsky listening]

This would not have happened without the ON programme. 

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We’re actually already on track to make our first million dollars in sales.

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Michael from Macquarie University: Why join ON?

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