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Meet the Aussie startup that was selected to feature in the 2017 Oscar nominee...

Aussie startup, MOUS, with a mission to provide a healthy, active lifestyle through a more hygienic hydration experience and their unique fitness bottles, selected to feature in the 2017 Oscars.

Brisbane to help asylum seekers and refugees resettle in Australia via technology

Some of the problem areas to be addressed include disability access and support, employment, entrepreneurship, health, housing, language, legal and migration advice, working qualifications, tracing family, and translation services.

This new free app could seriously cut down one of Australia’s deadliest diseases

Sydney based start-up, mHealth Digital, has launched SunVisor, a mobile app aimed at decreasing the number of skin cancer cases in Australia

This new Melbourne start-up has set out to rival $54 million US-based Classpass in...

Launching in early 2015 – just in time before you drop that New Year resolution to get fit and healthy, fitness start-up Classhopper has...

Go one step further than having a standing desk [VIDEO]

We've all heard that sitting is the new smoking; in terms of what it is doing to our health. We all sit too much, often...

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...

Don’t let long days and lots of tech destroy you [VIDEO]

We've been told that sitting is the new smoking. And, most of us realise that sitting, using technology is messing with our bodies and...

The vanguard of humanity’s evolution: 30 years at Melbourne’s Bionics Institute

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Melbourne’s Bionics Institute, which has been responsible for actually bringing to market the type of technology we...

How much sleep does an entrepreneur need? [VIDEO]

It's a good question, right? It's Friday morning and maybe you're tired right now? We hear of great leaders, Churchill among them, who only have...

Will this 16 year old genius raise $10 million and be able to change...

Meet Jack Andraka. When he was 16 he set out to change the world. How? He invented a way to detect early stage pancreatic cancer. Pancreatic...

Facebook, Google and Twitter are doing it. Why aren’t you?

What are they all doing? They all offer their employee’s access to standing desks. While you may supply standing desks to some of your employees,...

Summer is on the way, and while you huff and puff into shape once...

With summer right around the corner, it does not take a rocket scientist to predict that millions of Aussies will switch to weight-loss mode...

A case study on reinvention and growth: Swisse is not selling vitamins, it’s selling...

We have all heard of the 4Ps of marketing but at Swisse they are different. At Swisse, the 4Ps stand for in order of priority: People, Passion,...
Sitting - it's killing you!

The best kind of meeting is one that doesn’t kill you [VIDEO]

Right now, what you are doing, is probably killing you. It's killing me as I write this article. All I am doing is sitting down. And, it's killing me.

Skipping lunch? Your boss owes you a week long holiday!

A separate survey of 1000 Sydney workers by the Grill'd hamburger chain found employees were clocking up an extra week's worth of unpaid work each year by skipping lunch breaks. Almost a third cut short their lunch breaks for fear of getting into trouble with the boss.

Innovation challenge launched by Telstra to equip Australia during natural disasters

Brilliant minds across the country are being summoned to stand up and make a difference. Telstra is challenging all Australian researchers and innovators to come...

3Dme – A Look Inside (SMART 100)

The following SMART 100 profile and the information it contains is a duplication of content submitted by the applicant during ...

QlikView by Inside Info (SMART 100)

A bright idea in response to a customer’s need to analyse multi-dimensional data, led to the development of a new type of business intelligence (BI) software by QlikTech in Sweden in 1993. They called this new software QlikView because it provided a point-and-click simple way to view data. QlikView is now a global phenomenon and delivered to Australia by Inside Info since 2003. The founders of Inside Info could see that the time, cost and complexity of traditional BI software was underwhelming. They chose to change this, developing QlikView applications that greatly simplify how businesses measure and analyse business performance.

The hottest market opportunities in Japan for entrepreneurs located elsewhere (part 1)

Which trends in Japan will turn into hot opportunities for entrepreneurs located outside the country? I gave this some thought while sliding down Japan’s best powder ski slopes as Australia was sweltering over summer. Here are the first two of four “hot” sectors at the top of my list.

Peepoo: Solving the developing world’s messy toilet problem

According to a report in the New York Times, Swedish entrepreneur Anders Wilhelmson has developed and tested a biodegradable plastic bag that acts as a single-use toilet for urban slums in the developing world. The Peepoo can be buried after use, where a layer of urea crystals kills off pathogens that produce disease and converts the waste into fertilizer.

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