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Lack of millennial home ownership results in rejected business loans

Nearly half (44%) of Gen Y (also referred to as millennials) small businesses have applied for finance in the last year and more than...

Battle of the Ages: Ageism in the Workforce

Workplaces today are acutely aware of important issues surrounding the gender pay gap, but what about the battle of the ages? Young vs. old, tech-know-how...

How Can Employers Engage the YouTube Gen?

The workplace is changing. By 2025, 75 per cent of the workforce will be made up of millennials. For employers and business leaders, empathising...

Four modern marketing roads that will lead your business into the millennial heartland

In the marketing and advertising world, younger markets or audiences have always been notoriously difficult to crack. Their loyalty is critical to the future...

In with the new: attracting next-gen leaders

Attracting and retaining the next generation of leaders is an increasing challenge not limited to any one sector, due largely to Gen Y (aka millennials)...

How your SMB can avoid digital overload by strategically embracing new technologies

A common symptom of the 21st century is the reliance on a digital productivity tools...often to the point where the users become inefficient. Sound like an oxymoron?  Recent research...

Serve and Vollie: how Matthew Boyd’s start-up is streamlining Australia’s volunteer sector

Launched in November, last year, Melbourne start-up Vollie is breaking down barriers to tech-savvy millennials engaging in volunteer work. In addition to satisfying the...

Three strategies for recruiting and retaining the best talent in the digital technology age

Australian businesses are facing an uphill battle when it comes to recruitment and retaining the best talent. A recent Robert Half report revealed a key...

Speaking to Gen Y – what’s the cost of getting it wrong?

It’s no secret that Gen Y is not like any preceding generation. They have grown up as digital natives with technology and social platforms...

Business cards: relic or timeless?

Unlike its analogue cousins, the business card is proving to be harder to shake.

Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winners 2020: full list

The Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list recognises Australia's fastest growing tech companies. This year, the Fast 50 had an average growth of...

How to get your small business started online

2020 changed the way Australians live, work, and shop like never before. The COVID-19 restrictions encouraged many people once resistant to buying...

The business case for stricter data practices: Why businesses aren’t waiting for the rules to change

Consumer data privacy continues to be a hotly debated topic; especially in countries like Australia where we are yet to introduce updated...

Growing complexity in cloud architecture increases vulnerability to ransomware attacks, research says

As the need for multi-cloud adoption has increased with remote working, businesses have become more vulnerable to ransomware attacks.

Meet the Aussie fintech founder who has grown his business by 4000% in 12 months

“The reality is, if you make it easy for people to buy things, more people will buy things.” Those...

How the disposable nature of tech is putting your businesses data at risk

It has become common practice for people to chase the latest technology trends. As tech becomes part of our everyday life, the...

Three ways small businesses can combat remote work obstacles

Since COVID-19, companies such as Twitter, Atlassian, Slack and Facebook have made headlines for letting their staff work remotely "forever." So far,...

Does your company’s value chain protect women from exploitation?

On Wednesday, the world marked the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. In 2020, one in three women experiences...