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Why it’s just business as usual – an entrepreneur’s 2017/18 budget wrap-up

Scott Morrison delivered his second budget in May and there is barely a ripple in the water. No huge sweeping reforms, no budget emergencies, it was almost a non-event.

Fruit Box Group is set to deliver 25,000 boxes of fresh food to 1,000...

Under the initiative, The Fruit Box Group will donate 25,000 boxes of fresh fruit, vegetables, milk and bread over the course of 2017. The group is investing up to $400,000 in the pilot program in Melbourne.

Game-changing Aussie fintech in $1.5m raise uses predictive analytics to turbocharge retirement savings

Using an individual’s profile and their investment goals, the mathematical algorithms within Investfit optimise financial outcomes and identify the best investment strategies.

More Australians are embracing micro-entrepreneurship, social media and digital pathways to success

One in four Aussies are now self-employed in their own business, and many more have indicated their intentions to launch a start-up in the future.

Pepper Money and Pollenizer back fintech start-up that wants to help us teach our...

The selected group, SmallStash, takes aim at financial education for kids, assisting parents to better educate their children on money and savings.

HCF and Slingshot announce 12 startups for new HCF Catalyst health-tech accelerator

HCF, Australia's leading not-for-profit health fund and corporate Startup accelerator Slingshot have selected seven Startups and five Scaleups from more than 200 applicants and 45 Pitch Day finalists.

Aussie workers fear future job prospects as employers face digital skills shortages

According to the latest research commissioned by HR and recruitment specialists, Randstad, more than half of Australian workers don’t think they have the digital skills to guarantee future employability.

Here are 5 financial New Year’s resolutions for your business that you can actually...

Did you attain your financial goals, and ready yourself for the New Year? If not, incorporating a business goal into a resolution is a great way to maintain good financial health.

New year, new way of consuming stuff: – the ‘Access Economy’ is set to...

The Access Economy is thriving in Australia because people care more about convenience and lower cost options than they do about owning possessions outright. Sharing or just paying for access doesn't mean missing out.

Aussie small businesses have a mixed outlook for 2017, but are looking to thrive

Close to half of Aussie small businesses surveyed (49 per cent) indicated they were ‘very’ or ‘extremely confident’ of growth in the next 12 months, however nearly one in three had a neutral outlook — believing their business will remain stagnant.

How the rise of mobile disruption is giving small businesses that ‘aha’ moment

Intuit research shows that educating small business owners on the benefits of mobile and the power of the Cloud is giving back, on average, around seven working weeks of productive time per year.

Capital, culture and talent are key to a competitive Aussie startup ecosystem, says latest...

Australia is well-placed to capitalise on the strong growth seen in its fledgling startup sector, but some significant barriers remain to enjoying a truly world class startup ecosystem according to StartupAUS.

Challenges in finding full time employment driving Aussies to start their own businesses

The Xero Small Spark survey canvassed the opinions of more than 340 small business owners across Australia and New Zealand to identify the key factors driving people to go out on their own.

4 common mistakes Australian exporters make which hold them back on Alibaba.com

Just as you would not treat a traditional B2B transaction like this, you should not expect this from Alibaba. You need to spend time negotiating with interested buyers, building their trust and coming to an agreement.

This successful techpreneur is combining tech and beauty in a new online platform

The Honee concept is simple; the platform is dedicated to making beauty and wellness experiences easier. It is an online directory with incredibly detailed customer information as well as the capability for instant bookings.

How Aussie SMBs can use government grants to crack into the tough Asian market

If Austrade has specifically designed a special category under this grant for marketing consultants, it shows that they understand the limitations and the challenges around breaking into an overseas market like Asia.

Netflix, wet weather and laziness are fuelling the Aussie home delivery industry, new research...

Young Australians are the keenest for airborne deliveries with 24 per cent of 18-24 year olds hoping drones can deliver their goods faster, compared to the national average of just 16 per cent.

Aussie start-up organisations unite to respond to review of the R&D Tax Incentive

StartupAUS, supported by FinTech Australia, StartupWA, StartupTas, TechSydney, Startup Adelaide and Startup Victoria, proposes recommendations to the Federal Government review that would see the scheme enhance its investment in innovative, high-growth businesses.

Got big ideas in health? This health-tech accelerator is returning for its second year

HCF Catalyst is accepting applications from health entrepreneurs, experts and specialists to participate in a 12-week structured program to develop compelling business models and secure the traction, viability and investment needed to succeed.

A fintech start-up is taking on the big banks to give more Australians their...

My Four Weeks was born out of the desire to help people break the cycle of credit card debt, teaching people that it’s simple and easy to save for the holiday that they want to take.

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