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Proptech startup sets out to revolutionise real estate agency Ray White

Last week, Sydney-based proptech company NurtureCloud announced its partnership with leading Australian real estate agency Ray White, bagging no less than $3 million.  Broadly defined as...

From ‘unhappy’ barista to coffee waste entrepreneur

Coffee waste recycling startup, Reground, launched their sustainability initiative with no other than well-known coffee manufacturer Lavazza, at The Australian Open 2020. From Lavazza’s cafes...

Astrology, plant-based products and CBD oil are the 2020 trends

Entrepreneurs looking for their next business adventure this year may need to think outside the box, experts suggest. Apart from traditionally popular sectors for startups...

From bullying victim to founder of Bullyology: Jessica Hickman’s story

Jessica Hickman is a determined advocate for positive change. Having won awards and recognition for her work, she is a dynamic activist in the...

Sydney med-tech startup secures $3 million international investment

Sydney-based med-tech startup, loop+, has recently landed on a $3M venture capital investment led by icare Foundation, Silicon Valley-based Yamaha Motor Ventures, Giant Leap...

Melbourne beverage startup creates juicy hangover cures

Business is looking great for Bae Juice, the Australian-Korean beverage startup that provides antidotes to hangovers after our boozy night-outs. Although with its aesthetically pleasing...

How to up your PR game in 2020

Public Relations is much like many other industries in that it is constantly evolving. Yes, the old-fashioned ways will continue - creating good rapport with journalists...

Employers beware! Many Aussies looking to leave jobs in January

2020 could be the year for many Australian workers to take charge of their own career. According to research, almost two in five Australian workers...

Uber-esque Aussie payment startup lands partnership with Apple Pay

Australian dining rewards app, Liven, has announced its partnership with Apple Pay through an in-store invisible payment integration, offering an Uber-like experience in the dining...

Construction tech business raises $8.5 million for global expansion

Melbourne construction tech business, Buildxact, has recently raised $8.5 million in order to provide residential home builders solutions to the many business challenges they...

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3 mind hacks to help you build your dream business

Here are three steps to building your dream business: shifting your mindset, aligning your goals and implementing simple strategies. Read on...

Why government must increase digital focus in small business sector

One year into the pandemic, it’s clear that real opportunity lies in more carefully targeting financial support. We need to see more mutual partnerships where governments reward small businesses that take active steps to help themselves.

Letting everyone work from home forever isn’t good for teamwork

While there are indeed benefits with remote work, making it the ONLY option can be a bad thing to do for most organisations and teams.

Eftpos announces national QR code payments rollout

Debit card provider eftpos unveiled its plans for a national QR code payments network in Australia which is set to commence trial mid-year.

Australian media code becomes law as Facebook and Google make deals

The News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code has officially been cleared by the federal government...

It’s time to put data science and engineering in the hands of the business

As the volume of business data available has grown exponentially, a new discipline has evolved. There is now a better way...

The Aussie Facebook rival app enjoying growth following the news ban debacle

Australian community and digital payments hybrid app LITT has experienced a surge in its user base following Facebook's decision to ban news content in the country last Thursday the 18th of February.

Let’s Talk: Automation – To be or not to be for your business?

Automation, what is it good for? Is automation a good idea for all businesses? What limitations are there? Let's talk..