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Creating a mobile experience for customers however isn’t just about making your website ‘mobile friendly’ or moving your bricks and mortar processes online. The result of this approach is often a short-sighted mobile site
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
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.
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
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.
Ms Geary is one of three national winners, including fellow Gold Coast innovator, Nev Hyman of NevHouse and Ben Armstrong of HireUp in Sydney, who will be flown to London to represent Australia at the global final of [email protected],
Fast growing New Zealand subscription startup Toothcrush recently officially launched in Australia. Toothcrush delivers beautifully designed, eco-friendly, bamboo handled toothbrushes right to your door every month.
An app-based wellness program developed by Sydney start-up Uprise which uses artificial intelligence to assist with performance and stress management is now being used by workplaces across Australia.
Australian fintech pioneers Jay Stockwell and Cameron Slabosz have launched a new app that uses a combination of psychometrics and artificial intelligence to create an “Affinity Score” that predicts the like-mindedness between people.
His Royal Highness, The Prince Andrew, Duke of York, congratulated all 17 entrepreneurs on the calibre of their ideas and said he was pleased to be a part of delivering the [email protected] event at Bond University.
Resident Guide has already been adopted by 14 public hospitals, in five NSW health regions; Hunter New England, South Eastern Sydney, Central Coast, Murrumbidgee, and Western NSW and is currently used by over 1200 junior doctors.
The tech start-up offers revolutionary software that allows Australian HR managers and business owners access a cloud-based platform that fully handles all HR, digital employee on-boarding, training, internal communications, benefits and superannuation all in the one place.
The fourth industrial revolution, as defined by the World Economic Forum (WEF) is characterised by “a fusion of technologies that is blurring the lines between the physical, digital, and biological spheres.”
With a theme of “Transportation Innovation”, this year’s event will see the robots navigate a ‘smart city’, following road rules, adjusting speed in line with school zones and highways, picking up ‘passengers’ and returning home safely.
The finalists will each participate in a live pitch to a panel of business experts who will decide the winner at an event on Thursday, 7 September 2017. The winner will receive a $40,000 cash prize