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Does your business have what it takes to go public?

Many entrepreneurs secretly dream of one day listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), but the IPO process is not for the faint-hearted. Brett...

Let’s talk: Taking your company public with an IPO

Many businesses, including small businesses, will look at going public with their company via an Initial Public Offering (IPO) at some point on their...

Buy now pay later company Openpay sinks on ASX debut

Afterpay rival Openpay is trading down 20% in its ASX float following a $50 million initial public offering. The Melbourne company's shares were trading at...

Let’s talk: Initial public offering

When is an IPO a good fit for a company, and when isn’t it? Taking your business into the public realm through an Initial Public...

Preparing for an IPO? Here are 4 things to consider in your PR strategy

Going public is a huge step for any company. Taking a company from private to public through an IPO (or ‘initial public offering’) and...

Uber IPO sets company’s value at $US82bn

Uber priced its initial public offering at the low end of its targeted range to value the company at $US82.4 billion ($A118 billion), hoping...

How SelfWealth’s MD got his startup IPO-ready

Startups contemplating an IPO must have all their ducks in a row and be willing to get their hands dirty, says Andrew Ward, founder...

Is your startup ready to list? There’s more than one way to skin a cat when it comes to funding

The recent trials and tribulations of Australian tech startups Big Un and Get Swift should serve as a timely cautionary tale for many aspiring...

How you can discover your startup’s sweet spot by looking beyond its Top 20 problems

There’s no doubting that the world of business is changing. The traditional model of large international corporates functioning in a singular, closed-door fashion is...

Two in three Victorian startups are exporters

A new report into Victoria’s startup landscape reveals that a majority of ventures are revenue positive within the first two years but are not...

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Can the battle over the US Supreme Court influence businesses beyond US borders?

The world has watched US politics this year with a mixture of dismay, amusement and confusion. One of the most controversial political...

PM unveils blueprint for Australia’s economic recovery in pre-budget speech

Today the Prime Minister Scott Morrison delivered his pre-budget speech on “arguably one of the most important” budgets since the end of...

Will we see more Australian businesses transact with cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrencies have had a rocky road towards mainstream acceptance. In 2017, the CEO of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon,...

Let’s Talk: Workplace bullying

Conflict management is an often overlooked but crucial skill to business and entrepreneurship. The ability to cultivate and maintain good relations is...

How DebtForce is helping businesses get paid on time, every time

Having customers adhere to your trading terms is a perennial challenge for business owners, and being paid on time can be the...

Emesent’s autonomous drones disrupt the mining space

Drone company Emesent is taking pilotless aircraft to new heights, with autonomous technology allowing miners to access unchartered spaces, and defence forces...

Responsible lending law reforms to boost credit

The Federal Government has announced changes to responsible lending laws in the hopes of boosting Australia's flow of credit. Under the changes,...

Aussie Broadband prepares to list despite pandemic disruptions

Aussie Broadband, Australia’s fifth largest provider of NBN services, is set to list on the ASX this October. The ISP will list...