Ellie Dudley

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Ellie Dudley is a journalist at Dynamic Business with a background in the startup space and current affairs reporting. She has a specific interest in foreign investment and the Australian economy.

‘Software governs most of what a business does’: Hyperautomation in 2020

"Software has become the spinal cord of a business."  Those are the words of Appian co-founder and CEO Matt...

Indigenous Australians, mature aged and young people first to be trained in digital skills push

Indigenous Australians, mature-aged and young people amongst those to be trained  and employed as data analysts in push to close digital skills...

Hiring gender bias exacerbated by algorithmic sorting models for CVs, new research finds

A new report has found that women, already disproportionately affected by job losses during the pandemic, face further disadvantage from job hiring...

Vitruvian: Imagine the world’s best trainers… in your living room

Vitruvian is an Aussie Connected Fitness Technology company who just raised $2.5m USD ($3.5M AUD) in capital to ramp up production of...

RBA keeps rates at historic low heading into Christmas period

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has today announced that interest rates will remain at the historic low of 0.1 per cent...

Construction tech startup secures $6m in investment round led by Aconex

Construction tech company Buildxact has secured $6.0 million in new funds via an over-subscribed capital raise. The funds will enable Buildxact...

Cyber security head to be appointed: Prime Minister

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced his government will create a cyber security role next month as part of a ministerial reshuffle....

Customer loyalty the key to successful Christmas sales, new research finds

New research has revealed an opportunity for retailers to grow their business and create long-term relationships with customers over the Christmas season.

Australia’s economic recovery is ‘gaining momentum’ says Treasurer

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has said the declining number of workers relying on JobKeeper, is a sign that the economy is on track...

2020 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia awards: winners announced

Half Dome, a Victorian media buying agency seeking to shake up the advertising sector, was today announced as the overall winner of...

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‘Software governs most of what a business does’: Hyperautomation in 2020

"Software has become the spinal cord of a business."  Those are the words of Appian co-founder and CEO Matt...

How focusing on people spurred 2,390 per cent growth: Half Dome

Half Dome, a media and technology business, claimed the top spot on the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list this year, notching up...

Companies must invest more in data reliability to remain competitive, says research

Research from Melbourne Business School and management consulting firm Kearney has found that 50 per cent of companies struggle with data reliability...

Licensees should repay customers for wrongdoing over seven years old and for payments less than $20: ASIC

ASIC has released guidance on repaying wrongly charged customers, proposing that the seven-year minimum time frame to start consumer remediation and...

Australia emerges from recession with 44-year high quarterly growth

Australia is no longer in a recession and economic growth is predicted to continue into the December quarter. On...

Indigenous Australians, mature aged and young people first to be trained in digital skills push

Indigenous Australians, mature-aged and young people amongst those to be trained  and employed as data analysts in push to close digital skills...

What recourse is there if a business partner goes rogue?

What happens if two business partners don’t agree on the direction of a business? With no deciding vote in director’s meetings, it...

Let’s Talk: Business Model

Writing a business model looks different to each company. It can be a simple plan that evolves over time or even be...