Personal media delivery specialist TigerSpike has received an $11 million capital injection from marketing communication and market research group Aegis Media.
Australian-owned IT company, Hub IT, is raising $1 million in investment funding to deliver what it says is its 'breakthrough' NoQ iPhone-based ordering system to food service and coffee/beverage retailers nationally.
The mining boom and ongoing investment in the resources sector will play a part in opening up thousands of new job opportunities for highly skilled technology professionals over the next decade and beyond if government job growth predictions are realised.
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