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Displaying items by tag: entrepreneurship

Fast-broadband connectivity is contributing to a boom in female entrepreneurship and giving women more flexibility to choose where and how they work, according to a new research report.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Michael Nixon, billed as a teen prodigy, is also the creator of "The Amazing Annoyatron", and has seen his product receive an iAward at the NSW finals event held in Sydney last Thursday.

Published in Home Tech

The second edition of the China (Shenzhen)​ ​Innovation and Entrepreneurship International Competition has just officially launched, "aiming to gather global high-end talent quality projects, integrate innovative entrepreneurial resources, and help Shenzhen build international science and technology, industry innovation centre".

Published in Development

StartupAUS, Australia's peak advocacy group for start-ups, says start-ups have “dropped off the radar” in the budget and the government has a lot to do to deliver on commitments to make Australia one of the best countries in the world for innovators.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Friday, 03 March 2017 07:17

Release yourself from analysis paralysis

Analysis paralysis can cripple the agility of enterprises, amd make them fearful of making any decision at all. Here are tips from Chris Dalton to overcome this plight.

Published in CIO Trends

An improvement in conditions for entrepreneurship in Australia could add up to $170 billion to the economy, but “significant barriers” still remain to Australia having a truly world class start-up ecosystem, according to startup advocacy group StartupAUS.

Published in Strategy

StartupAUS has been commissioned by the Federal Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to conduct a series of research projects to explore areas of key interest in technology entrepreneurship.

Published in Deals

Australian tech start-up Rundl has launched its digital platform solution to streamline collaboration and service delivery in new areas such as government, healthcare, project management, IT, engineering and entrepreneurship, and has won a major CeBIT Australia 2016 award.

Published in Business Software
Monday, 14 December 2015 11:51

Pyne talks innovation with Israel

Strengthening Australia’s ties on innovation with Israel was on the agenda when Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Christopher Pyne met with Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, in Jerusalem today.

Published in Strategy

Billed as ‘Australia’s largest startup conference’ with 2000 attendees and tech industry superstars, SydStart will see the debut of UberPITCH in Australia.

Australia’s start-up sector is taking heart and confidence in the technology industry’s future growth and development with the elevation of Malcolm Turnbull to the prime ministership.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Steve Wozniak has joined Richard Branson and other high profile tech and entrepeneurship experts on the panel of judges for the 2015 Talent Unleashed Awards.

Published in Strategy

Australia is still lagging behind other developed countries in investment in tech start-up ventures, with a fall in matching government funding as well as under-investment by the private sector.

Published in Strategy

Start-ups will be significantly assisted by new laws on share scheme taxation, according to a new report from professional services firm KPMG.

Published in Strategy

Hollywood star Ashton Kutcher is also a product engineer with Lenovo and takes his job very seriously, delivering a rousing speech to inspire everyone and hit all the right buttons, including Mila’s.

Published in Home Tech

The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well and thriving amongst Australian workers who apparently see their potential as budding business entrepreneurs as a way to escape from their day-to-day jobs.

Published in Market

The Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne has selected four teams of students and alumni for entrepreneurial fellowships in a program aimed at accelerating startups and fostering a culture of entrepreneurship at the institution.

Published in Development
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 14:28

NICTA serves up Plan-B

Australian would-be entrepreneurs will get a crash course in how to ditch and repitch their business plans during a sell-out workshop being hosted by NICTA tomorrow.

Published in Strategy

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