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2019 Women in Design Award winner, Sharon Gauci. Sharon is the Executive Director of Industrial Design at General Motors and is the first Australian woman to hold this position.

Nominations are open for Good Design Australia’s annual Women in Design Award

Good Design Australia is calling for Australian nominations for the 2020 Women in Design Award. 2020 marks the second year of this prestigious Award, created to address the significant gender imbalance within leadership roles in the design industry.
Hay CEO Andrew Laycock

This new Australian fintech is focusing on mobile-first money solutions

Hay will first offer a digital transaction account through the Hay smartphone app packed with features like enriched payment information, monthly insights and travel budgeting features with fee-free foreign exchange rates via the Hay Visa card.

Why Australia is going to see a significant increase in out-of-home deliveries

The growth of eCommerce is fast changing Australia’s traditional retail landscape – for instance, online retail sales in Australia have grown by 14 per cent annually over the past three years.
Screeny co-founder and Managing Director Dave Jackson

Ride-share drivers score a new income stream with the launch of Australia’s first in-vehicle...

Screeny, a new in-vehicle ad-tech platform for rideshare and taxi drivers, has launched a closed pilot program in Sydney ahead of a broader, interstate launch mid-year.
Dr Vijay Paul and Dr Nishanth Krishnananthan, Vantari

This Australian medtech startup is bringing the power of virtual reality to healthcare

Vantari empowers doctors and patients to better visualise and read medical imaging such as CT and MRI scans. The company’s cutting-edge rendering technology takes the current visualisation of these images into Virtual Reality by creating an immersive and intuitive environment.
InMoment CEO Andrew Joiner

InMoment merger with Aussie company MaritzCX creates world’s largest CX company

InMoment and MaritzCX, recognised market leaders and proven innovators in the global customer experience (CX) sector, have announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to combine the two companies.
Coassemble CEO Ryan Macpherson

E-learning platform Coassemble lands $4.4m Series A funding round to democratize online training for...

Coassemble, a company democratizing online training for global brands, has announced a $4.4M Series A funding round led by Equity Venture Partners (EVP) and advised by Clinton Capital Partners.
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Bushfire-affected victims to receive free access to mental health services via telehealth

As part of the initiative, Coviu has teamed up with over 30 clinicians across Australia who have pledged to support bushfire-affected communities by offering telehealth services which are fully bulk billed.
Juggle Street Founder and father of four, David James

Childcare platform Juggle Street launches equity crowdfunding campaign, has grown to more than 93k...

The demand for flexible, last-minute childcare, as well as gig economy workers, is on the rise. Neighbourhood network, Juggle Street, has hit more than 93,000 registered users across Australia and New Zealand with 1000 plus new users signing up every week.
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Here are 6 good reasons why fintech companies are a great investment in 2020

According to a recent report by KPMG, the biggest Australian fintech transaction and the third biggest deal in Asia recorded in the first half of 2019 was US$100 million, achieved by Australia’s fastest-grown fintech unicorn, Airwallex.
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FlexCareers and mwah launch CareerSwitch, a disruptive career transition startup tailored to the new...

Two organisations leading the way on the future of work - FlexCareers, Australia and New Zealand's #1 platform for flexible jobs, consulting and return-to-work programs, and mwah, a leading consultancy rethinking people and culture - have launched CareerSwitch, an innovative career transition and coaching business reinventing traditional outplacement models.
thedocyard CEO and founder Stuart Clout

The ‘Atlassian of dealtech’ has pulled off a phenomenal $26.5 million ASX IPO

Australian dealtech platform company, thedocyard, has begun trading on the ASX after being fully subscribed by a mix of private and institutional investors in Australia, the UK and across Asia, following a hugely successful roadshow.

These Aussie startup founders are looking to disrupt the active lifestyle market by putting...

Seasoned startup founders Andrew Jacobs, Joe-Bramwell-Smith and Mikkel Bergmann have announced the launch of their new disruptive Aussie RetailTech business Kitfit.
LiveTiles co-founders Karl Redenbach, and Peter Nguyen-Brown

Two of Australia’s fastest growing SaaS companies LiveTiles and Canva have partnered for global...

The integration will provide LiveTiles’ end users with access to Canva’s best-of-breed and simple to use graphic design tools and library of designs without having to leave the LiveTiles platform.

Meet the innovative social enterprise that is curating office spaces like art galleries

Award-winning social enterprise, ColourSpace, is bringing art-as-a-service to Sydney, on a mission to turn cities into galleries supporting local artists.
KIXXFIT CMO and co-founder, Jahney Smith, and KIXXFIT CEO and co-founder, Lorena Sumich

The ‘Spotify of fitness’ launches to combat fake programs, photoshopped ‘influencers’ and unrealistic health...

KIXXFIT, the “Spotify” of the fitness industry is a new health and fitness app that has launched with a simple message: ‘F*ck fake fitness’.
Michelle Gallaher, Opyl

AI-driven health data analytics startup Opyl has scored a game-changing partnership

Opyl has announced an initial two year collaboration agreement with huumun, a strategic move designed to efficiently drive client acquisition, uptake of Opyl’s social media services within major pharma and medtech, and ultimately grow revenue.

Australia’s first space incubator is seeking global applicants for its 2020 program

The University of South Australia’s Innovation & Collaboration Centre (ICC) is now accepting applications for its 2020 Venture Catalyst Space program.

Why Swift developers should know Objective-C [SPONSORED]

Using Swift, programmers are able to catch bugs far easier as well as writing code in a manner that is far simpler to understand. It is also much quicker to write in. It was introduced in 2014 and has quickly become more popular than Objective-C.

Sweden is cashless? 5 trends driving digital payments (we’re seeing in Australia)

Do you miss the good old days of cash only? Maybe, maybe not. Either way, data tells us those days are gone.

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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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