Why Startups Mustn’t Ignore HR

Guest post by James Burbank, editor in chief at BizzMarkBlog When one first starts considering the combination of startups and HR, it feels a bit off. On one side, you have these agile, tiny companies where there is very little hierarchy and structure and on the other, you have this crusty old practice where boring…

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5 Things Businesses can Learn from a Startup Culture

Guest post by Lachlan McKnight, CEO of LegalVision Startups are synonymous with technology, rapid growth and disruption of traditional industries. Unsurprisingly, big businesses are seeing the benefits of startup culture including open plan offices, flexible work arrangements and autonomy over individual projects. In a recent Turnstone survey of 515 companies, 90 percent identified company culture…

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7 Things We Learned in a Startup Accelerator

Guest post by Andrea Martins, Co-Founder GreenSocks Six months ago, Richard Eastes and I were working hard in our Uber-for-lawn-mowing startup GreenSocks when we got news that we were one of five teams accepted into Brisbane’s inaugural muru-D/River City Labs startup accelerator program. We were thrilled at the $20,000 cash injection and stoked that the…

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LEAPIN Digital Keys launches new line of smartlocks for Airbnb’s and new online store

LEAPIN Digital Keys, an Australian born start-up with offices in UK and USA, today announced the official launch of its new line of digital keys smartlocks and online store, with a focus on Airbnb’s. The smartlocks enable Airbnb hosts to securely and easily manage access to their properties anytime, anywhere. Hosts can use software and…

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Meet DesktopSimple – App delivery as-a-service that just makes sense

Guest post by Timothy Mukaibo – Founder DesktopSimple It’s been said that some of the best startups and technologies are invented by a founder wishing to solve their own problem; “necessity being the mother of innovation”, and all that. A few years ago I was a technical consultant on various large-scale Windows desktop migration projects….

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Your Top 3 Must-Haves for Remote Field Mobility

Guest post by Tania Walter, Founder and CEO Obzervr My last couple of Posts have focused on Mobility the last of which focused on what CIO’s will be focusing on in 2016. Advancements in mobile technology have allowed many industries worldwide to benefit from incredible productivity increases. The Field Service industry has seen early adoption….

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What do we mean by ‘disruption’?

Guest post by Tania Walter, Founder and CEO Obzervr Everyone seems to be doing it – disrupting! What do we actually mean by ‘disruption’ and in particular ‘digital disruption’? Put simply, digital disruption is the change that occurs when new digital technologies and business models affect the value proposition of existing goods and services. The…

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What you can learn from my Start-up

Guest post by Tania Walter, Founder and CEO Obzervr I wrote recently about why I started Obzervr. It wasn’t my first business but it was my first foray into commercialising a technology product. Women tend to be underrepresented throughout the Tech sector. They are less so within the Resources sector (Mining, Gas & Oil) which…

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Nominate for the AIIA iAwards today and be part of the premier awards program for Innovation within Australia’s Digital Economy.

Innovation is now on the top of the national agenda. The recent $1 billion ministerial innovation vision gives the digital ecosystem the opportunity to re-energise itself. The iAwards provide a gateway for technological innovators to play a major role in making Australia a global innovation leader. Hosted by the AIIA, the iAwards encourages nominations from…

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