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AirService and Meter Maids have launched Australia’s first beachside food delivery service – complete...

Australian mobile ordering tech start-up AirService is partnering with the Gold Coast’s iconic Meter Maids to launch Australia’s first ongoing beachside food ordering and delivery service. AirService provides cutting edge...

This Melbourne street bike brand is now riding global with a new store in...

Melbourne-based street bike brand, Just Ride It, which is booming off the global ‘street riders’ trend, opens its first international retail store in London

This tech start-up has raised AU$1 million to help you shop like a local...

Led by top US venture capital firm, 500 Startups Aussie born peer-to-peer international shopping service, ShopandBox, has raised AUD$1 million in funding

UK start-up Deliveroo has raised a A$140 million Series D round to change how...

Takeaway just got a tech makeover with the Aussie launch of Deliveroo, the UK start-up changing how we think about takeaway, powered by a A$140m Series D

Australian equity crowdfunding notches another win as safety start-up raises $1 million on VentureCrowd

VentureCrowd announced the completion of its latest equity-based crowdfunding round, for nearly $1 million, in safety software start-up CriticalArc.

Medical tourism start-up opens Sydney base to service its fastest-growing market

More than ever before, Australians are in the market for medical travel, says German medical tourism platform Medigo.com from its new regional office in Sydney

From Dragons’ Den to a viral sensation: this guy is making a killing selling...

Entrepreneur Peter Byrne brought the popular invention Trolley Bags to Australia, it is now reaching more people through Facebook videos than McDonalds.

Looking to spread your wings beyond Australia? Why you should consider expanding to Japan...

The size and the proximity of the Japanese market makes it an attractive destination for Australian SMEs thinking of growing internationally.

An Aussie tech start-up is quickly going global because international students love its unique...

Holistic education services provider, Cohort Solutions, continues to grow globally, announcing that its payment platform Cohortpay is now in 60 countries

The Exchange Group has rebranded as Marketplacer and secured a major $10 million investment

The Exchange Group recently rebranded as Marketplacer and raised approximately AUD$10 million from private investors including David Paradice and Gerry Ryan

Why does this Adelaide company expect Australia’s medtech market to really blow up this...

After working for several years in the Australian hospital system, where often he often had to use century old tools and techniques to assess...

3 in 4 of all new products in Asia-Pacific are flopping. What can we...

According to a recent study, most companies in Asia-Pacific are failing to successfully position their new products in the market. This is particularly interesting...

This Melbourne-based file-sharing service is giving Google Drive and Dropbox a run for their...

Sixty Digits, a small Melbourne-based business has created a file-sharing service more than three times faster than the big boys of file sharing: the...

After conquering Australia, this 23-year-old entrepreneur is spreading her innovative recruitment start-up’s wings to...

Founded by 23-year-old entrepreneur Gen George, OneShift is an online job-matching service that is out to take the hassle out of recruitment while chopping...

This is the ramp your start-up needs to launch into success. Rev up your...

Do you run a tech start-up that just needs that one extra push of cash to get it rolling into entrepreneurial success? Then rampersand...

Two Aussie engineers have cooked up a global healthcare revolution with the AtomoRapid™

There’s nothing like a parent’s love to inspire a world-changing idea! After witnessing bruising on his two year old daughter after blood tests, John Kelly thought there had to be a better way.

How big? Really big! The global online video market will be worth US$37 billion...

Online video remains a small, but growing, proportion of total TV and video revenues. Informa estimates that it will account for 8% of such revenues by 2017. By the end of the decade, if current growth rates continue, it will account for over 10% of revenues. However, its value in the market today is concentrated among only a few players.

Why are CEOs world over worried about the future of their businesses?

Australian CEOs are sceptical about the next six months. Many were doubtful that overall business and economic conditions would improve by the end of the year. Less than a third (31%) thought they would be better in six months’ time, while almost one in four (22%) thought they would get worse.

EU tells member states not to cut on research and development

On the presentation of the first Annual Growth Survey the European Commission advised the member states not to cut on research and develpment nor education. It also set priorities and proposed ten actions to encourage economic growth.

A Blue Christmas for retailers, says Talking Business economist

Talking Business is a podcast review of the Australian economy, presented by seasoned business journalists Leon Gettler and Garry Barker, produced in association with the RMIT College of Business. In this podcast, RMIT economist Sinclair Davidson talks about retail and current account figures and explains why shopping figures are down for the Christmas season. He also gives his forecast on the resolution of Europe's economic mess following the bailout of Ireland.

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