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‘Australia is at a tipping point in the space industry’: Gilmour Space

Australia’s burgeoning space industry has the potential to unlock a raft of economic opportunities. However the industry’s success depends on the Government’s...

Smarter funding alternatives to save many universities and startups

Smarter funding alternatives could save many Australian universities’ vital health and science research projects from collapse, leading wealth manager Atlas Advisors Australia says. Executive Chairman...

PR firm says yes to paid period leave

Period leave gaining momentum in Australia.

What do startups have on their 2018 wishlist?

Better access to international talent. The continued democratisation of tech. More startups with global ambitions. Less innovation ‘tire kicking’ from government. Less tall poppy...

Why hiring graduates isn’t a cost to SMEs

New graduates are stepping out of university and finding it harder than ever to gain employment. They often turn to the graduate programs offered by...

Study Loans targets $5b student loan market, plans to build $30m loan book in first year

Melbourne-based fintech startup Study Loans has this week launched its responsible student lending service, with $5 million available to Australians seeking to finance their tertiary education. In...

Engage with potential customers early, don’t rely on assumptions, sci-tech innovators told

Great sci-tech innovations are trapped in the university system because there has been a failure to properly test them with potential customers in mind, according...

The NSW Government has invested $25 million in a school for the state’s budding entrepreneurs

The Sydney School of Entrepreneurship (SSE), which opened its doors today, is a partnership between all 11 NSW universities and TAFE NSW, with aim...

Why start-ups and education providers should go hand-in-hand in Australia moving forward

Innovation and startups are set to be the future of the Australian, and possibly even global, employment landscape. However, educational institutions place a greater emphasis...

Paddl’s CEO on helping students into jobs, her passion for start-ups and the 457 visa dilemma

Recently named one of Australia’s nine most influential female entrepreneurs*, Melbourne businesswoman and start-up advocate Dominique Fisher has made a career out of developing...

Dealing with financial stress

It is common for people working in business to be concerned with or stressed about their business finances at some point.

How Australian retailers are reimagining customer experience

The customer is always right is an adage that has been driving the way we do business for years. While the concept of...

Regional company pivots to manufacture COVID-19 face masks

As COVID-19 wreaked havoc nationally and demand for safety equipment grew, Victoria’s regional medical device manufacturer Care Essentials pivoted its focus to...

Greater Sydney NYE restrictions tightened

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has announced a further tightening of COVID-19 restrictions for NYE as 18 new community transmissions are detected overnight.

Leverage crypto traders lose over $US13 billion in 2020

Data from cryptocurrency trading simulator Crypto Parrot has found that cryptocurrency traders on Bitfinex and BitMEX lost $US13.47 billion in 2020.

US House approves $US2,000 checks in COVID-19 stimulus bill

The US House of Representatives has approved increasing COVID-19 stimulus checks from $US600 to $US2,000, however it is still uncertain whether these...

Fruitful business: how Ripe Robotics is transforming robotics and agriculture

Quitting your job and following your passion is more common on theatre screens than in real life, however it’s exactly what happened...

‘Be ready for 5G’: Industry leader provides New Year’s resolutions for SMBs

Who could have predicted 2020? Many of the resolutions that you may have made in your business likely got swept aside in...