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Australia’s only women-friendly rideshare Shebah announces equity crowdfunding bid to raise up to $3...
Australia’s only women-friendly ridesharing platform Shebah has turned to equity crowdfunding to raise the working capital required to fund the next phase of growth ahead of its launch into New Zealand in 2019.
Australian start-up PocketDolla, an online marketplace that enables Australian communities to lend or rent spare items including camping and sports equipment, cameras, DJ sets and more, has launched.
Satellite Internet of Things (IoT) startup Fleet Space Technologies has announced the major success of Project Galaxy, registering a million devices to its low-cost satellite network in less than 24 hours, with an additional two million devices and counting on its waiting list.
Taking your small business to the international stage can be very challenging particularly considering your small budget, limited international exposure, and economic uncertainties in different parts of the world.
Marketing is much like dating. There are a series of steps and events that must take place in order for a relationship to develop and get more serious.
Success breeds success, or so they say. ‘They’ probably weren’t running a successful business while trying to capital-raise for a second one at the same time.
Keeping a small business afloat is hard enough without having to worry about marketing online and connecting with audiences on social media. I get it, you’re swamped and you probably don’t know the first thing about marketing. But what if I told you that this was a sure fire way to rapidly scale if not double your business?
ACT-based startup WorldStack has raised $500,000 in seed round investment from angel investors to meet the demands of the global market for a better way to source and analyse data across the entire internet, including the deep web and dark web.
Sendle, Australia’s only 100% carbon neutral and top rated courier service has raised AU$20 million in a Series B funding round to accelerate growth, double down on its challenge against Post, and begin exploration into international markets.
Future Females is launching an exciting free five-day challenge ‘5 Days to Start’, to support 2,000 entrepreneurs to take five active steps towards turning their ideas into a real business, from February 4th – 8th 2019.
In 2019 HR specialists will be creating bespoke recruitment and onboarding workflow design processes, from hire-to-retire.
Tapping into the hottest new design trends is one way to keep the face of your brand looking fresh and relevant, and this year it seems that designers are willing to push boundaries more than ever before.
Tough competition is the number one barrier for growth for Australian SMEs. This is according to the inaugural State of Small Business Global Report by TradeGecko
Humanforce, a Sydney based global provider of workforce management solutions, has announced it has secured A$22.5M in growth equity investment from Accel-KKR, a leading Silicon Valley technology-focused investment firm.
Movepal, is an on-demand moving service, that is tipped to revolutionise the moving industry and it was designed and developed in Melbourne.
At WeWork, our primary focus is to provide a community to all of our members. Whilst we’re known for creating dynamic places for people to work, our true success comes from combining multiple factors that encourage interaction, incorporating community areas, social events and networking.
So it's a question of how do you bridge that gap, even in a technology business or digital business, with access to digital tools and a digital workforce? How do you bridge the old approach and the new approach?
Employee mentoring programs are an important aspect for companies to foster connections between junior and senior employees. Large, successful brands, such as Time Warner, General Electric, and Deloitte, run these type of programs to keep employees informed, engaged and happy.
So what happens when you’re CEO of a busy company who also has a dream of pursuing their ‘hobby’? How can you balance the two, be great at both and not burn out in the process?
The "suburban accountant" may be fine as far a plain personal tax return goes but when addressing the complexities of scaling an innovative business – a boutique startup accounting firm already in the space is likely to be the better route.