Airbnb, the undeniable poster child of the sharing economy, may be about to face one of its toughest PR battles yet.
The University of Newcastle’s inaugural Hunter Innovation Festival will showcase regional startup success stories and discuss women in tech.
DHive, an Indigenous-led hub looking to engage minorities in the digital and innovation economies, has opened in Cairns. A ‘Digital Social Impact Venture’, the hub has a focus on inclusion, aiming to bring together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, refugees, new immigrants, and people with a disability and provide them with opportunities to actively […]
A few decades on, the paddock to plate concept has truly taken hold and Springhill Farm is serving up delicious baked treats to customers around the country.
At its core, Brixn wants to help those starting on the long, often lonely road to homeownership feel supported and believe it’s achievable.
Runway Geelong, the regional hub and accelerator program backed by LaunchVic, officially opened its doors this week at the old industrial Federal Woollen Mills site and revealed the 13 early stage businesses chosen to take part in its first bootcamp.
Agersens has developed eShepherd, a virtual shepherding platform for managing livestock through GPS-based collars attached to each animal.
Global drone company DJI has announced a collaboration with Australia’s Surf Life Saving Central Coast (SLSCC) that will see the company’s drone technology utilised within search and rescue efforts along the beaches it patrols.
Hoping to combat this crisis through a combination of storytelling and technology is the Kurdiji 1.0 Project, an app that aims to reduce feelings of isolation and increase resilience by fostering a sense of belonging.
The Yield is developing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in conjunction with food growers to help improve customer yields and decision making on-farm, combining sensors and other hardware with a data analytics platform.
There are over 1.3 million businesses across regional Australia. However, while 95 percent of their owners have access to the internet, only 48 percent of them have an online presence.
Regional businesses across Australia are more likely than their metropolitan counterparts to be innovating and “making things happen”, a report has found.
In this episode of ‘Always On’, host Nicole Kersh looks at what it takes to stand out in a crowded market and build a brand online.
In episode three of Always On, we cover everything integration. We also talk to eBay sellers Kristy from Incy Interiors and Claire from Luumo Design.
The Regional, Rural and Remote Communications Coalition have descended on Canberra this week to meet with politicians about the need to improve communications in rural, regional, and remote Australia.