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A feasibility study for ProjectR has begun, which will include developing designs for the state-of-the-art complex, and has been funded by some Wellington-based IT and technology businesses, who are collaborating on the project.
kin2kin is a kind of private and live family album. Photos are organised by who is in the photo, not who sent them. Simply loving a photo, or making a comment, lets the person in the photo know you are thinking about them and lets you start a conversation directly with that person.
Few would argue against the idea that the design of relevant, valid and reliable pre-employment assessments should be undertaken by specialists who understand the make-up of key psychological constructs that drive a candidate’s suitability for a specific job or organisation, such as personality traits, drivers, cognitive abilities, and so on.
Xref, at its core, is an automated, cloud-based candidate referencing platform – that in itself is a major win for its clients in terms of the time and money they save on resources otherwise wasted on calling and chasing referees.
The stage is set for success, all you need to do is stay focused, keep costs and distractions low, and execute. Why then spend your valuable time and money exploring intangible things such as intellectual property (IP)?
Mahuki, an innovation hub within the innovation hub has opened its doors to ten entrepreneurial teams. They will respond with digital solutions to challenges faced by Te Papa and other cultural service providers across New Zealand and the world.
Branch office connectivity has long posed a challenge for geographically distributed organisations, a problem that multiplies as they enter new markets or expand within existing ones.
With an estimated 20,000 social enterprises operating across Australia, the Social Enterprise Awards provide a unique insight into the diversity, breadth and innovation of Australian social enterprise.
Our fans are hungry for content. We want www.rugby.com.au to become a central hub for all rugby fans. We need to be able to efficiently manage our content and publish high-quality video quickly and smoothly to meet fans’ expectations every time
At an awards event in Melbourne, Richard Earl, Executive Chairman and Founder of Talent, announced the APAC regional winners for the 2016 Talent Unleashed Awards, naming the most talented and disruptive entrepreneurs in the Asia-Pacific Region and demonstrating the strength and diversity of the APAC technology sector.
Kronos, the global leader in workforce management software launched its latest research paper, The $56billion Question which revealed the impact unnecessary administrative tasks has on Australian and New Zealand businesses.
Soccer player and entrepreneur, Simon Murphy, is transforming the way soccer games are recorded with his newly launched app, RefLIVE
Mobile Embrace continues its international expansion launching into the UAE, Hong Kong, Singapore and...
Mobile Embrace recently rolled out its cloud-based performance marketing tech into Hong Kong and the United Arab Emirates right after Singapore and Malaysia
New research from LinkedIn has revealed that Aussie salespeople who spend up to an hour and half a day on average on social media are more successful
New research by Harvard private equity and venture capital guru Josh Lerner, commissioned by Blue Sky, shows Australia’s VC market is far from saturated
Wine start-up Vinomofo raised $25 million in financing from Blue Sky Venture Capital to bolster rapid domestic growth and support operations in new markets
It’s looking to be a watershed year for Magic Leap’s Mixed Reality LightfieldTM tech and Wellington’s Weta Workshop is playing a pivotal creative role
From a chance meeting and sleeping on cardboard boxes behind a tractor to ‘Business of the Year’ award winners, Photosnap Photobooths has a lot to celebrate
Seven West Media has invested an undisclosed sum for a third of Starts at 60, a fast growing Australian media brands with a focus on Baby Boomers
Efic director Andrew Watson discusses how 2016 will be a mixed year for the world economy and the significant export opportunities that exist for SMEs