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Hutong (Ad)Ventures – Episode 05: Mike Zhang – Mike Zhang is the founder and CEO of Walnut co-working space in Chengdu, in southwestern China.
Looking back at my journey, there are many things I wish my 31 year old self had known then – many sleepless nights, heated arguments with my cofounder, and wasted energy and resources on things that were not worth it could have been avoided.
We chat with Dan Taylor, GM of innovation at TAL, about innovation in life insurance and how TAL works to engage customers over the life of their policy.
NSW Government has passed legislation to allow for the trial of automated vehicles on both city and regional roads across the state.
ASX-listed poker machine manufacturer Aristocrat has announced its acquisition of Israeli game development business Plarium for US$500 million ($667 million) in a bid to grow into the digital space.
In the premiere episode of Glass Ceiling Gina sits down with venture capitalist Kara Frederick, general partner at Reinventure Group.
In this episode we explore innovation in the cotton industry and learn about the diverse career opportunities that it creates from farming to fashion design.
In episode 3 of Startup Meet Corporate we speak to Julian Fogarty from Spotless Group about how the company is driving a culture of innovation in the face of disruption.
Today we explore innovation within the Australian banking and financial services industry as Gina sits down with Cathy Kovacs from the Westpac Group.
Embracing innovation is Lend Lease, the developer behind projects including the Adelaide Oval, Melbourne Quarter, and the Barangaroo Precinct in Sydney.
Startup competition OTEC APAC has partnered with accelerator program Chinaccelerator in a bid to further help startups in the Asia Pacific enter China.
Fintech EFTsure has raised a $2 million from Our Innovation Fund (OIF), to help further scale the company and build for and capitalise on industry moves.
Startup Muster, the annual survey looking to capture the state of the Australian startup landscape, has launched its 2017 edition.
UrbanYou has raised $1 million in a funding round led by existing investor Microequities Venture Capital, with participation from angel investor Arun Nair.