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3 ways working from home could be good, or bad, for your health in the long-term

- July 13, 2020 4 MIN READ

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many of us to work from home, often in less than ideal circumstances. Many employees had little choice in the decision, limited time to prepare, patchy technology skills, and inadequate home workspaces. Some managers neglected remote workers, while others zealously monitored them. And yet some people thrived. Having tried it,… Read more »

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Innovation and agility: the keys to business continuity – and survival – in disruptive times

- July 13, 2020 3 MIN READ

  The Greek philosopher Heraclitus famously observed that the only constant in life is change. But while anticipating disruptive events and developing plans to manage them is part and parcel of responsible business management, it’s a fair bet that few Australian enterprises were comprehensively prepared for a pandemic on the scale of COVID-19. Unknown to… Read more »

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FROM THE FRONTLINE: How startups are tackling the coronavirus crisis

- March 31, 2020 4 MIN READ

The economic crisis brought on by COVID-19 is unlike anything the startup sector and broader business community experienced before. The economic rule book has been thrown out the window and Australian government’s response reflects gravity of the situation, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison announcing a massive $130 billion stimulus package yesterday, worth 11% of annual… Read more »

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Bevan Slattery just invested $2.5m in mapping startup Pointerra and its share price skyrocketed

- July 14, 2020 2 MIN READ

Australian tech entrepreneur Bevan Slattery has seen the value of $2.5 million worth of shares in cloud-based 3D geospatial image venture Pointerra double this morning as investors jumped in the stock in the wake of his investment. Slattery, the billionaire Megaport, NextDC and Superloop founder, took on 50 million shares at five cents each in… Read more »

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Hudled is the solution to managing all the software subscriptions you have

- July 7, 2020 2 MIN READ

Companies spend more on SaaS than ever before. This has created a maze of duplicate accounts and low accountability, resulting in 30% unused paid subscriptions. Enterprise solutions currently on the market are highly human driven with costly sales and onboarding processes, usually offering one-way sync and endless integrations.  Hudled co-founders, Alexander Millar and Santiago Bravo,… Read more »

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