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From student to startup: how educators and industry need to collaborate today

With that said, a mandatory mentorship program between the universities and startups would be a valuable concept to instill these “real world’ insights into the students.

Government launches Australia’s first sharing economy accelerator, The Sharing Hub

The Sharing Hub will be helping to drive the sharing economy in Australia by showing its value financially alongside other value exchanges to the environment and community. The Hub’s vision is to grow collaborative consumption in Australia by 20X by 2025.

NSW support for H2 Ventures to create up to 40 new fintech startups and...

Jobs for NSW is backing fintech start-up accelerator H2 Ventures, with a loan guarantee of $2 million to enable the company to access a $4 million loan by Investec Australia Limited.

Guess who’s coming for your job – will humans go the way of horses...

The idea that smart software will eventually begin to eat any job that consists primarily of tasks that are predicable requires only a fairly simple extrapolation that technology will only get better and better.

This new start-up is here to bring Australia’s two million career mums back to...

Start-up FlexCareers, a fast-growing network connecting career mums with progressive employers offering flexible work, has formally launched out of beta

Wellington is wooing Australian tech talent across the Tasman with its new digital campaign

A new talent attraction campaign designed to put New Zealand’s capital of cool on the radar for Australian tech talent has recently been launched,...

Your company won’t attract and keep top talent unless you are willing to invest...

Companies willing to support and invest in educating and training their employees are beating their competitors in the battle to attract and keep top...

Two-year old start-up OneShift has acquired Australia’s leading mature age jobs board Adage

OneShift, the online job network which matches employees with employers, has acquired Australia’s leading mature age jobs board Adage. The jobs board and online community...

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...

What are the best businesses for stay-at-home mums to start?

While you may not need a fortune to live a comfortable life, it's hard to deny that some extra money in your bank account...

Now that’s a boat! [VIDEO]

While I may have Bananarama running through my head at the very name of this boat, it's still one hell of a tub. While sadly...

It’s a bird. No, it’s a plane. No, it’s our new hero – a...

Gap a Job – a new, innovative casual job network that helps people find and advertise casual work is here. Focusing on small to medium size business, this fresh start-up aims to facilitate the relationship between employers and casual workers.

New Twitter search engine designed specifically for Australia

AussieTwitterSearch.com enables companies to search Twitter and identify relevant people based on the information listed in their profile. This includes interests, hobbies, job role or affiliations, and all with an Australian focus.

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.

Ethical food advocates demand ACCC investigate Coles and Woolworths. Are farmers and families being...

Australian local food pioneers Food Connect and CERES Fair Food have joined with the National Farmers Federation to call on the ACCC to break up Australia's supermarket duopoly and ensure a more just, equitable and sustainable food future for Australian families.

The treatment of innovation is a national disgrace (why I took my invention overseas)

In 2009, inventor Don Morgan was a finalist in Anthill’s Smart 100 competition. However, as he recounts in this passionate plea for change, his quest for grant funding at home has forced him to take his innovation elsewhere.

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