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SafetyCulture has raised $30 million to make workplaces much safer for employees

SafetyCulture, the Australian technology company that has enabled more than 30 million safety and quality inspections at companies including Coca-Cola, Hilton, and Qantas, recently announced it has raised $AUD 30 million

So what if RedEye is a niche player? It’s going global now

Here’s one more Aussie startup – think of some as a caged bird – that seeks to fly. Brisbane-based tech startup RedEye Apps articulated...

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.

The Reserve Bank is spending millions on furniture. Why?

In the latest episode of Talking Business, Leon and Garry discuss the bucketloads of profit BHP Billiton recently announced – a 71.5% jump to over $1.1 billion, no less. And it seems it’s something of a trend, with Westfield, Wesfarmers, Bendigo and Adelaide Banks, and Dominos Pizzas also announcing significant profit growth.
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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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