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InMoment merger with Aussie company MaritzCX creates world’s largest CX company

InMoment and MaritzCX, recognised market leaders and proven innovators in the global customer experience (CX) sector, have announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement to combine the two companies.

This smart app has secured a $2.85 million funding round to make shopping a...

Smart local shopping app, Booodl recently secured a $2.85 million strategic investment round led by Scentre Group, to make shopping easier than ever

How this Melbourne tech start-up is preparing itself to work with IBM

Melbourne based start-up Localz recently became the first Australian company to be selected to join IBM’s exclusive IBM Global Entrepreneur Program for IT start-ups,...

Maybe this is the best Christmas ad of all time? [VIDEO]

Last week we had Monty the penguin from U.K. retailer John Lewis. And that made me cry, possibly more than I'm willing to admit publicly. Now,...

Is this the best Christmas ad ever? [VIDEO]

As I am sure I have mentioned before, penguins are a big deal in our house. The obsession began three years ago after a trip...

How to win a £100,000 pitch from 15,000 kilometres away

Melbourne start-up Localz recently won entry into JLAB - the first ever incubator by Europe's leading omni-channel retailer John Lewis. You’re probably thinking, “So what?...

Get that, ‘set that.’ Aussie mums dip their toes in social shopping venture

It’s been a while since shopping – like pretty much everything else – went social. Still, the market has large islands of opportunity because shoppers have unique needs that are note easily met. Set That, a venture by mums Kim Westwood and Liz Tehan, seeks to fill one such gap. It creates sets, or groups of related merchandise, in order to making online shopping for a bunch of products easier.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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