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Is your company advertising in games? Here are the three key reasons why it...

Who are gamers, are they worth chasing as customers and is it worth advertising games? This article outlines answers to these questions and emphasizes the importance of in game advertising.

A new program up and running at UNSW is throwing a lifeline to student...

At its core, FounderLab is designed to address one of the most daunting challenges facing entrepreneurs: recruiting talented team members with the right technology skillsets to take their business to the next level.

Do start-up heroes finish last? Are we sacrificing what really matters in life at...

We all know hard work is part of the start-up mantra. Long hours, big deadlines, after hours networking, dinner with important clients, and hustling hard...

No, working with China doesn’t mean we are ‘losing young Aussie talent’ and I’ll...

The rhetoric in the Australian start-up and business communities around “losing young, talented Australians to other competing markets” has been around for a long...

Will this become Australia’s first road-legal sports car powered entirely by the sun? [VIDEO]

Sunswift, a team of about 50 university students at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), build and race solar cars. The eVe is the...

Oneflare is looking to give three students a taste of the start-up world they...

Oneflare, the Aussie local services marketplace, is the newest sponsor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) co-op scholarship program, aiming to help...

Ignition Labs’ Zenogen raises over $400,000 in quest to enable cheaper hydrogen gas

Zenogen, a portfolio company of the Sydney technology incubator Ignition Labs, has raised over $400,000 from a group of investors including Sydney Angels and...

Countdown begins to Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s tour of Australia and New Zealand

The inventor of the World Wide Web is to touch down on Australians soil on 27 January, his first visit to the country in 15 years. He will tour five cities including Wellington in New Zealand.

Aussie research is giving the computing world a quantum leap

In a landmark paper published in the journal Nature, the team describes how it was able to both read and write information using the spin, or magnetic orientation, of an electron bound to a single phosphorus atom embedded in a silicon chip.

Want to get more out of your team? Just show more ‘compassionate leadership’

The survey also found that in “high-performing workplaces,” leaders are about one-fifth to one-third more compassionate. This is like discovering values in a successful organization. What might be more compelling, or persuasive, is an answer to its inverse: Do more compassionate leaders lead workplaces to perform consistently high?

The US ‘incubator’ craze comes to the rescue of Australian start-ups, super hero style

Leading Australian business strategist, commentator and author Kerwin Rae believes the ‘incubator’ craze gathering momentum in Australia could stem the flow of local talent leaving our shores. Meanwhile, the federal government is becoming increasingly aware that they must do something or we face economic collapse within our economy as SMEs make up such a huge portion of GDP. If SMEs fail, we fail.

Can you spot the next Steve Jobs, Richard Branson or Michael Crouch? Check your...

What’s your “maverick” quotient? We're not talking about Tom Cruise in Top Gun. We mean, whether or not you can “recognise” a maverick — a creative, independent thinker who can be brilliant but troublesome and can keep firms aggressive and competitive. See if you fit the Maverickism Scale.

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