While things might have once felt simpler or better in days gone by, when the changes you face are being shaped by the wants and needs of your own customers, there is no chance of going back to the way things were.
Digital transformation and innovation and disruption are the two big fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night, a survey has found.
Localisation is everything, but too many businesses ignore this and come with a set “China strategy” that fails to make distinctions about the different parts of the market
Magic Johnson has gone from NBA stardom to opening movie theatres, owning a piece of the Starbucks empire, and transforming the LA Dodgers fan experience.
Only 50 percent of Australian SMBs have a website, while 48 percent of consumers stated they will stop considering a business if it doesn’t have a website.
Melbourne logistics company GetSwift, which raised $5 million through an ASX listing last December, has raised $24 million from a collection of US-based and local investors.
Afterpay has announced a partnership with Trade Me that will see the startup’s ‘buy now, pay later’ offering rolled out to Trade Me merchants.
Campaign Monitor has announced the acquisition of Tagga, which will be integrated to allow businesses to track and visualise customer’s behavioural data.
Bonjoro is a mobile app allowing businesses to send quick, personal video messages directly to their customers in order to boost engagement.
Twilio’s growth has come with consumers expecting more from businesses – no longer can businesses treat customers badly and expect them to come back.
Urge wants to up the convenience factor, allowing consumers to connect and transact with businesses through text rather than calls.
Across Australia’s startup scene there are many middlemen and women that are dominating marketplaces not by taking complete market share and owning the space, but by acting as a go between or a connector by building peer to peer, business to business and business to consumer platforms.
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Brisbane pioneers of an industry first customer satisfaction survey tool, Client Heartbeat opened a New York office this month. Unprecedented demand from United States customers and the significant rise in enquiries worldwide spurred the decision to add a full-time team member in New York.