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Beam Australia launches $1.5M world-first start-up to improve diversity, tackle burnout and support hybrid...

Beam helps organisations improve hybrid and flexible work design, recognise new risks in a hybrid workplace, create a more inclusive workforce and tackle fast-accelerating issues such as employee burnout.

Entrepreneurial approaches in tackling your business’ growing pains

Successful growth comes down to five important traits: people, process, training, culture and technology. If you can get these five in place, you’ll be well on your way to true, sustainable growth.

A look at the Hospitality industry, one year on from the onset of COVID-19...

The adoption of digitisation just doesn’t stop at restaurants and cafes though. It has reached anywhere food and beverage is sold including stadiums and theme parks.

Why the catapult effect is key to long term success for Australian SMEs

The catapult effect is where businesses have to pull back on everything due to a crisis – such as COVID – and reduce spending, hiring, buying inventory and so on, but at the same time also improve their operations.

The inaugural Tech Nation International Growth Programme launches in Australia

This week sees 11 red-hot UK tech scale ups kick start the Tech Nation International Growth Programme in the land Down Under, stimulating jobs, new ideas, partnerships, and investment into Australia’s technology sector.

Three entrepreneurs reveal how startups can use TikTok to grow their brand

Its fabled algorithm, coupled with a focus on authentic, unpolished content has given even the smallest of brands unparalleled opportunity to reach large audiences quickly and form genuine connections with their customers.

Small businesses can leverage marketing benefits out of the social media platforms

Struggling to build your social media following? Franziska Iseli, bestselling author and co-founder of marketing education platform Basic Bananas, is launching a new book on social media marketing to help.

8 Additional Stuff You Will Have To Do To Enhance Your Online Presence.

While being on social media is important for business, it doesn't suggest you have got to air all the massive platforms.

Monarc Global helping airlines and private charter operators to work together.

The program allows users to access TRAVECH and its unique multi-point API; operators can partner with other operators to share their fleet, obtain global reach, and access the aircraft’s instant live availability and accurate prices.

Groundbreaking app requires kids to answer math questions to unlock their favourite phone apps

1Question transforms this time into a learning experience by requiring a child to answer a study question before they can open their favourite apps

Mother’s Day survey to gain insight into what mums really care about, with a...

Mums can have their voice heard and share their dream Mother’s Day, post-pandemic, via a new survey created by three Australian female entrepreneurs.

How freelancers can climb the career ladder post-COVID

In times of economic stress the freelancer economy expands, bringing with it new opportunities to reimagine your career. In response, millions of workers around the world began freelancing for the first time, as a way to insulate themselves against the economic uncertainty.

Australian businesses to lead by example in this new era for retail shopping.

The ripples from the pandemic will be felt for months and years to come, but a recovering economy, a reduced unemployment rate and growing consumer confidence are providing a very welcome glimpse of a new era of post-pandemic retail.

Rags to Riches. A tale from brokeness and no hope to a millionaire and...

The only thing i sacrificed was a life of mediocrity. Four months after my first ever business i made my first $100,000 and my everyday habits transcended. That resulted in the transcendence of my mind, body , spirit and results.

Expert guide on how to tackle business’ growing pains for Small Businesses.

Growing your business is a common goal for most business owners. While it seems like a natural desire for anyone who owns a business, the path to growth can be a rocky one, especially if you don’t have a few key things in place first. Successful growth comes down to five important traits: people, process, training, culture and technology.

The unequivocal requisite for strong customer communications within hybrid-working environments

Implementing remote-work operations was on the minds of many business owners well before the pandemic, just on a more gradual scale. While those that were embracing it then were doing so out of choice, last year it became a necessity. Australia, thus far, is ahead of the curve in its handling of the pandemic - with many offices nationwide busy again - a hybrid model, which presents both challenges and opportunities, has taken over. Therefore, building a business with strong communication weaved into its fabric is crucial.

Investible welcomes new CEO, raises $50m fund positioning itself to lead in seed.

Investible expands its commitment to become Australia’s preeminent seed-stage investment group, announcing financial services industry veteran Rod Bristow as CEO and its plans to raise a second early-stage fund.

Agrotonomy Tower Farms’ response to Corona virus with vertical farming!

When COVID-19 led to the first wave of quarantines in March 2020, Agrotonomy Tower Farms started to donate up to 95% of our vegetables and food production to low-income individuals.

Upflowy raises $1m pre-seed investment round, enabling businesses to increase sign up rates and...

Upflowy is a no-code signup engine, giving marketers full control in building and experimenting with their signup flow. The investment has given the team an opportunity to expand production and marketing at a rapid rate, with the launch of the platform to users and the Net Positive Podcast.

The scales of scalability: How to grow your business without the wheels falling off

More than 1 in 5 small businesses in Australia lack access to funds and skills to innovate, and do not access government financial assistance at the same rates as larger businesses. As a result, SMEs are shutting themselves out of key opportunities for growth.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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