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The ATO and Innovation Australia identified 5 common areas of confusion that result in mistakes among those claiming the R&D Tax Incentive. Groups at higher risk for making these mistakes include startups

While China is clearly Australia's largest trading partner and export market, there are other high-growth Asian economies right on our doorstep. These options offer expansive growth opportunities and are potentially less complex with smaller set up investments required.

Celebrating 95 years in business, men’s accessories connoisseurs Buckle | 1922 are one of few Australian businesses that have survived the hard times throughout the GFC, Great Depression and WWII.

For most small business owners SEO is an afterthought when it comes to building a website. But this is a huge mistake and leads to problems down the track. Ultimately, making the project much more expensive than it needs to be.

CUA, Australia’s largest credit union, and technology startup hub River City Labs, have welcomed four new startup teams to the CUA Sponsored Entrepreneur Program (SEP).

Leading Australian property investment and funds management group Charter Hall has collaborated with corporate innovation consultancy and startup accelerator, Collective Campus, to launch an Australian first real-estate technology accelerator program.

Retailers who list their products through the MyDeal Marketplace can now apply for a business loan of up to $250,000 directly through their supplier management system and in many cases receive the funding in under 24 hours.

With such a success and a market cap of 75.8 billion as of August 2017, Bitcoin has had many ups and downs. This infographic will tell you 58 insane facts about Bitcoin that you will find worth knowing about.

Australia has a clear need for simple, sustainable, shareable transport in its metropolitan centres, and ofo is committed to providing a quality product and service to play its part in improving urban transport

Have you ever watched a movie or TV show that never really seemed to be old until you notice the décor of the sets? And the great shift in design is never more present than when there is a scene featuring an office.

Founded by AFL player-turned-businessman Joel Smith with Leith Donaldson and Michael Artup, Gavl was launched with a $300,000 bootstrap from Joel and his father-in-law. This was followed by a $2.5 million investment in June 2016 by Harris Capital

It will not matter what type of investor you are pitching to, be it an angel, venture capitalist or bank. There are specific criteria that need to be evident in order to gain our interest in investing.

Spacer, Australia’s leading marketplace for storage solutions, has announced a successful $2.7M Series A funding round, alongside acquiring Parkhound, Australia’s number one marketplace for parking in Australia.

Your business is the sum of many moving parts, and critical to its success is your ability to cultivate a company culture where those parts are moving in synchronicity towards the same goal.

Mr Lui, who co-founded Airtasker in 2012 has used this experience to create a more open and accessible network to service the burgeoning Australian and Singapore real estate markets.

Whether you have started a technology business, or have a startup that uses technology (which would be many startups), there are three common stumbling blocks to avoid

FoodByUs will offer food distribution using market first technology providing a ‘one stop shop’ combining a dynamic sales force, an online ordering system and logistics all in one platform to disrupt Australia’s $8 billion café sector.

The first in its category, Bookwell aims to address an untapped gap in the $10 billion health, beauty and wellness market in Australia, by allowing providers to reach new customers and ensure optimal utilisation of staff by filling empty appointments.

Backed by big corporate names such as the Simonds Family and RMY Corp, the fintech will work directly with education providers to track student progression and funding needs as they complete their studies.

Brisbane-based startup Creatively Squared was recently named the winner in this year's Creative3 Pitch competition, as the Creative3Conference kicked off in Brisbane. Founders Ruth Stephensen and Scott Thomas took out the the top...

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