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Bionic Voice: Laronix’s new technology is giving people their voice back

Dr Farzaneh Ahmadi is the CEO and Founder of Laronix, an Australian stratup creating Bionic Voice: the world’s first smart, wearable (non-invasive),...

7 Things that will change the way you approach tech start-ups

When approaching a tech start-up, there are a lot of intervals where things could go terribly wrong. The most important element in the process...

The legal industry: fast asleep while technology enables a new model for start-ups

The challenges for traditional industries are intensifying. After decades in the driving seat, technology is now striking the heart of what some industry sectors...

An industry “slow to embrace technology” – until there’s a real need for a solution

"Universities will want to play a role, industries will want to play a role, start-ups will want to play a role.” These were the...

Tech leaders and start ups excited by Malcolm Turnbull as Prime Minister

Tech leaders have expressed new found enthusiasm and excitement following Malcolm Turnbull’s appointment to Prime Minister this week. As a founding director of Australia’s first internet...

An entrepreneur with the site stuff

Not everyone has the ability to launch an internet startup, let alone three. But Netregistry founder Larry Bloch has done just that.

Hiring right puts start-up ahead of competition

Too many start-ups discount the need to invest in quality staff early in the piece, but that’s one mistake Dave Slutzkin was determined not to make when setting up Flippa. Here’s how the start-up CEO ensured he staffed the business right, from day one.

The start-up making designers of the everyday person

Bespoke is the new black in design land, with consumers more willing than ever to spend big on products made exactly to their taste and specifications. Enter, a fast-growing start-up and its innovative digital product that’s giving people complete design control over a household product many of us take for granted.

An app-etite for new technology

In development land, apps are going off, with many an unlikely “app-preneur” making it big off the back of a wildly popular download. Now, one local start-up is bringing together all the people involved with the process to better develop and market these little goldmines.

Building an online community with no marketing dollars

Striking a balance between content creation and the evolving world of content monetisation sits AgendaCity.com, an online start-up that’s building a community around local restaurant recommendations. Here's how its founder is making waves online, despite having almost no marketing dollars in his budget.

What the 2020-21 NSW Budget means for businesses

The NSW Government today unveiled the 2020-21 landmark budget for the state, to enable a "strong recovery" out of the coronavirus recession....

How to capture the Christmas rush and get your business noticed online

Christmas shopping (like so many things) is going to look different this year. Following the arrival of the pandemic and subsequent lockdown...

What the largest trade deal in history means for Australian businesses

The largest trade deal in history was signed on Sunday, with 15 countries including Australia agreeing to the pact, which covers 2.2...

Six musts for grant success in 2020

Australian Federal and State Governments offer more than 1,000 grants and funding programs each year targeting different sectors and different types of...

Jumping for Literacy: join to break a Guinness World record and support early childhood literacy

Businesses are invited to join the first ever online “Jumping for Literacy Guinness World record attempt” on Thursday 19 November to support...

Audi’s first all-electric RS model confirmed for 2021

The Audi RS E-Tron GT will be Audi’s first all-electric RS model and is set to grace roads in 2021.

Biden presidency will likely bring more stability for Australian businesses, experts say

With the announcement of Joe Biden's win over the US election earlier this week comes news from experts that Australian SMBs are...

‘Caring for country is part of our charter’: Narelle Anderson

Narelle Anderson is the Founder and Managing Director of Envirobank Recycling, an Indigenous-owned company that aims to incentivise bottle and can recycling....