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This customer service start-up from Melbourne is getting major buzz in the US

Testing and real-time monitoring might sound like basic things every organisation is already doing, but this is not the case, and our mission is to educate the market.

These 8 Australian companies have been named on the 2016 Fintech 100 list of...

The annual list includes three Australian companies, Prospa, Tyro and Society One, among the leading 50 Established fintech companies across the globe, as well as five entrants in the most intriguing 50 ‘Emerging Stars’

Swiss company that makes diamonds out of cremation ashes is coming to Australia

The diamonds are as real as the natural ones and perhaps the only difference is the provenance of the carbon. These cremation diamonds can be certified and re-verified at an independent gem institute, like Gemmological Association of Australia.

Aussie fashion retailer GRANA is raising a $10 million Series A round led by...

Following the Q1 announcement of its US $6 million in seed funding earlier this year, led by Golden Gate Ventures, MindWorks and Bluebell Group, the GRANA team will move into a new 18,000 square-foot centralised warehouse in Hong Kong this month to manage business growth and plans to double its headcount to 100 employees by the end of 2017.

Looking to spread your wings beyond Australia? This is what you should expect in...

Efic director Andrew Watson discusses how 2016 will be a mixed year for the world economy and the significant export opportunities that exist for SMEs

Uh-oh! Young Australians are the least prepared for the coming digital revolution

Young Australians are the least prepared for the digital revolution, according to a global report released at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos

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

It’s really smart how this online retail start-up is shipping a ton of jocks...

Australian online retailer of men’s underwear DailyJocks.com has shipped more than one ton of underwear in the month of April, with more than 80...

All ye merchants, wake up! Mobile commerce is growing way faster than you think

Performance marketing tech company Criteo recently released its Q4 2014 State of Mobile Commerce Report, critically looking into consumers’ mobile shopping behaviour and trends. Finding that...

An app for the awkward skin issues you never tell anyone about. Is this...

You know when you get a weird rash somewhere on your body so intimate that you feel too embarrassed to even see a doctor...

Australia’s first dedicated Bitcoin fund has $30 million to invest in businesses that deal...

The Future Capital Bitcoin Fund (FCBF), an Australian-based investment firm, has launched a $USD30 million global investment fund investing in companies that are leveraging...

40,000 stores later, Bigcommerce is singing a happy song!

While there’s been a lot of talk about the big online retailers in Australia, barely a thing has been said about the small businesses...

Growth beyond our shores: Are you are beating the odds by “e-Exporting”?

According to the OECD, Australian exports rose from 18 per cent of GDP to 21 per cent from 2004 to 2010, with a 23...

Keep your freebies, Aussie tweeps are not interested. So, what do they want then?

A study shows that Australians are far more likely to have a genuine interest in the brands they follow on Twitter than their counterparts...

Australian women choose work-life balance over wealth: how women are measuring their professional success

Women in Australia feel confident about their careers and upbeat about their ability to have a fulfilling work and family life. A massive 82% of the 400 Australian respondents consider their careers ‘successful’, while 70% of those with children believe they can ‘have it all’.

Are you trading while insolvent? (Are Australia’s laws too rigid?)

If you are a director when your company is found to be trading while insolvent, then you face penalties of up to $220,000 and/or 5 years’ imprisonment! And that’s even if you didn’t know about it, because Australian law says that as a director, you should have known. Crikey! Fair suck of the sauce bottle! (And insert other intentionally overt Aussie slang tirade here.)

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