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Expert360 soars global with its first international office right in the Big Apple

Aussie consulting startup Expert360 continues to drive the global demand for flexible work, recently opening its first international office in New York City

On-demand is in demand: How Uber has helped this hot start-up hit 30,000 hours

On-demand cleaning, gardening and handyman provider, UrbanOutsource has hit 30,000 booked hours as the on-demand service sector takes flight in Australia

A new report predicts that robots will take over Australia’s workforce in 20 years

The ACS – The professional association for Australia’s ICT sector – in conjunction with the CSIRO’s Data61, ANZ Banking Group, the Commonwealth Department of...

Divvy ramps up the parking race with a $2.5 million Series B and heavyweight...

Divvy Parking, the transport app that solves CBD parking issues, recently secured $2.5 million in Series B funding and several heavyweight industry hires

How do you measure what you can’t see and touch? Understanding the modern finance...

Steve Bray, General Manager – ERP, Oracle ANZ says over the past decade it's become clear that how we measure the value of businesses has changed completely

The ‘Uber of couriers’ is here to disrupt how Australians send and receive packages

People Post has set out to be a game changer for the Australian courier industry, with the new crowd sourced courier service launching early this year

Attracting lots of interest: Peer-to-peer lending is finally set to take off in Australia

Peer-to-peer lending has already grown significantly in the UK and the US, but remains in its early stages in Australia. However, it's now set to take off

This innovative Melbourne business is lowkey succeeding on the global tech stage

Innovation is synonymous with the likes of AirBnB and Uber but Aussie businesses like QuantumIT are quietly and successfully innovating on the global stage

Australian big business must collaborate with the start-up community to survive disruption from overseas

The latest StartupAUS report says Australian big business and startups must collaborate and not compete to stay globally competitive

Outpacing your own disruption: don’t be the start-up that starts out hot but burns...

Disruption has become a deep-rooted part of the start-up vernacular but keeping pace with disruptive innovation and staving off new competition is not easy

River City Labs announces plans to double in size in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley

Brisbane's top co-working community and start-up hub, River City Labs, has announced its imminent plans to double in size within the next, six months.

An ex-Uber driver has launched a game-changing taxi app amidst ride-share regulation concerns

In the midst of international regulation concerns around hire-car services, ex-Uber driver, John Sajadi has launched Ticktoc, a game-changing taxi app

Business school for kids: These guys will teach your child how to build the...

Any kid with start-up dreams has some great examples to look up to. Nick D’Aloisio was 17 when he sold his news app Summly for...

We are ready to spend more: Research reveals retailers could see sales rise this...

Good news for the retail industry as new research suggest that more than half of Aussie shoppers will spend more in the second half of 2015 than the first

Meet the fast growing Aussie start-up that is distributing weed in the US

Melbourne delivery software start-up Swift has seen fast growth in the US, taking on loads of clients including a couple of medical marijuana distributors

A new book looks at how Aussie companies can survive (and also thrive) in...

Tech lawyer Nick Abrahams' book, Digital Disruption in Australia looks at how companies can not only survive but also thrive in the next digital generation

Cash really is king: the online cashback industry is steadily on the rise

Consumers have a growing love of cashback programs, the industry is estimated to be worth up to US$85b & Australia is enjoying a burgeoning piece of the pie

KFit raises US$3.25 million in Sequoia-led round to make going to the gym much...

Fitness platform KFit has raised US$3.25 million in its latest funding round. It is in 13 markets across Asia Pacific and is aiming to be in every major city in the region within the next 18 months.

Traditional firms need to respond faster to digital disruptors… not with lawsuits though

Disruption from digital disruptive intermediaries such as iTunes, Uber and Airbnb often emerges slowly, yet incumbent firms do not respond swiftly enough, according to...

Culture Amp secures $6.3 million in Series A funding from three different VCs in...

People Analytics company Culture Amp, which counts many of the big boys in new tech such as Airbnb, Uber, Pandora, Adobe, Pinterest, Warby Parker,...

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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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