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ANZ collaborates with start-up Employment Hero to help business customers manage their HR needs
Employment Hero Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ben Thompson said: “By simplifying administrative processes we can help businesses be significantly more productive.
Meet the entrepreneur behind the world’s first barista standard reusable coffee cup
The outcome was a lightweight and thoroughly considered design that was BPA free and non-toxic; the world’s first barista standard reusable cup, KeepCup was born.
He changed the $300bn Aussie construction industry with this one fintech innovation
Progressclaim.com is tailor made for the construction industry and streamlines the claim process by offering complete transparency, allowing claims to be processed collaboratively while minimising the risk of disputes and speeding up submittals and approvals
AU$56 billion – that’s how much ANZ businesses are losing to unnecessary admin
Kronos, the global leader in workforce management software launched its latest research paper, The $56billion Question which revealed the impact unnecessary administrative tasks has on Australian and New Zealand businesses.
These two have quit their jobs to build a start-up that helps others find...
Flex Able Jobs is a new online job board targeted exclusively at skilled professionals seeking flexible work arrangements and has already signed on ANZ
Jules Lund launches social media influencer app backed by $750,000 seed funding
Radio and TV personality Jules Lund recently launched a new social media influence app, TRIBE backed by $750,000 seed funding from big name investors
Fintech start-up Stockspot raises an additional $1.25 million to manage more Australians’ money smarter...
Stockspot, Australia’s first ever online, automated investment adviser and fund manager, has raised an additional $1.25 million to help it reach more Australians and enhance its product.
Entrepreneurs, the UniSA CBG is a school you may want to go back to.
Entrepreneurs, it may be time to go back to school. Well, just for a few days, and with a rather cool program. The University of...
Want to improve cashflow? Make it easy to get paid.
For the last instalment in this seven part series, we’ve saved this painfully obvious but often mismanaged strategy for improving cashflow: Make it easy...
Want to fix your cashflow? Give yourself room to breath
So far in this series, we’ve talked about securing capital, getting paid and growing sales. All this stuff can feel a bit overwhelming when...
Cashflow a problem? Just sell more! [CASHFLOW SERIES]
The most effective people in business are the ones who keep learning and adapting. In fact, the greatest lesson in business is to never...
Cashflow challenges continued… How to get paid on time.
One of the most difficult and often emotionally charged aspects of running a business is collecting accounts receivable. Yup. This instalment in our seven...
Over a third of Aussie voters in LinkedIn. More power to the network
LinkedIn or bust? That might explain the view of many Australians as get in on the world’s largest professional networking group at a furious...
ANZ Innovyz Start welcomes international startups, adds Bridge program
The ANZ Innovyz Start program, the region’s own version of the hugely successful TechStars accelerator in the U.S., has kicked off with 10 startups...
Applications open for ANZ Innovyz START Winter 2013 Program. How to apply for the...
Listen up! There's an opportunity to grow your business and entrepreneurial know-how with a little help from ANZ Innovyz START Winter 2013. ANZ Innovyz START is a 13-week...
Vodafone, Visa take a stab at the future of payments processing
Staring soon, Vodafone will hand out the highly coveted Samsung Galaxy SIII phones to 101 people to test the future of payments. Its vision of that future consists of contact-less checkouts, using an intelligent app loaded and a prepaid card worth up to $1,000 into the smartphone, and Visa’s payWave reader, backed by advanced processing technologies.
How to win Facebook fans and influence brands
A broad conclusion: Consistent tactical and promotional themes bring high engagement and expand fan base. So, competitions, special offers and even “creative, visual and often humorous posts” lead to high visibility and growth.
Adelaide steals a march in 2012 ANZ Innovyz Start
The 10 successful startups will get up to $18,000 each ($6,000 for each founder), free rent and tuition, besides at least $85,000 in free perks offered by companies such as Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, Rackspace and others. The program starts in Adelaide on May 28, with 45 mentors from Australia and around the world.
Why you need to get over the ‘tall poppy’ syndrome to conquer global markets!
Dr. Jana Matthews, one of the world’s leading experts on entrepreneurship and growth, is the program director for ANZ Innovyz START. Her goal is to pick the most exciting startups, pack the founders into a room for three months and have a team of top-flight mentors provide sage advice. From her perspective, Australia and New Zealand have some unique startup challenges.
“Think big” at Creative Innovation 2011!
Think clever. Think big. That’s the motto of the Creative Innovation 2011’s two day conference in Melbourne. The conference, whose theme is “The challenges and opportunities of a super-connected world,” presents an opportunity for participants to hear renowned speakers and presentations, to take master classes and to attend a Gala dinner.
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