Australian fintech company Ignition Advice has partnered with Bank of Ireland to launch a digital advice platform for the bank’s customers.
The government’s announcement of a $3.6 million package to support the mental health of small business owners has been welcomed by the business community.
HubSpot is the latest company to move into the corporate venture capital space, building on its handful of investments with the launch of a dedicated US$30 million ($41.5 million) fund.
After almost six months in operation, the Australian Space Agency has secured a permanent home, with Adelaide winning the bid to host the organisation.
Douugh has landed a partnership with Mastercard that will allow it to roll out a ‘smart’ bank account linked to a Mastercard debit card in the US.
While it’s important that founders promote good mental health in the workplace, it’s equally important to explore mental health as a startup community so founders, too, can be properly supported.
Maxwell Plus uses AI to analyse medical data, from medical imaging to blood data and genomic data, to help clinical teams better understand that data as it pertains to a patient.
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.
Cofounded by Mackenzie Jackson and Marley Brown, Brisbane startup Conpago aims to reduce loneliness and enable connection among the elderly living in aged care facilities.
Google and Facebook perform a “critical role” in enabling businesses to reach consumers, however the way their algorithms work to order content is unclear, according to the ACCC.
URef checks the barometer of fan sentiment by asking users whether they agree with key decisions of a match, and allowing them to rate a ref’s performance.
ACS, the professional association for Australia’s ICT sector has launched Artificial Intelligence: A Starter Guide to the Future of Business, encouraging all Aussie businesses to embrace the use of artificial intelligence (AI).
Guy Kawasaki loves Australia; between the gun control, the fact we don’t have to show identification to take a domestic flight, and compulsory voting, he reckons it’s a pretty good place to be.
Whooshkaa has expanded its offering significantly since it first launched in January 2016, with chief technology officer Semin Nurkic talking Startup Daily through Whooshkaa’s growth at AWS re:Invent.
Organisations are more interested in investing in shiny new tech than addressing the core incompetencies in their business model and service delivery.