The ecosystem of technology companies and startups stands out for its intense competition, rapid scaling, and an often cut-throat, growth-at-all costs environment. It is an industry that did relatively well over the pandemic, while many others faced existential threats under the cloud of a global recession. The imposition of remote work and the rapid… Read more »
Company culture is something that is easily overlooked with distributed teams, especially as a company scales.
Having grown their team by 230% in the last year, Vamp’s Aaron Brooks reflects on hard lessons learned from a year of recruitment.
Propel looks to enable participants to learn from Silicon Valley’s mindset and culture, and provide them with direct access to US venture capitalists.
Working with the likes of John Holland, Transurban, Mirvac, and Boral, Versent has now grown to almost 300 staff in offices across Australia and in Singapore.
Ansarada has created a culture which works for us, but when culture doesn’t work, it can cause a company to crumble before it’s even off the ground. To put it bluntly, culture is fundamental to survival.
Two months further on we still didn’t have any product to speak of – let alone demonstrate to potential customers. Alarm bells started ringing.
I have finally realised that your company culture is absolutely core to the success of your business, and it starts from day one.
Carsales CIO Jason Blackman said the Melbourne company has sought to maintain the startup ethos it set out with upon launch in 1997.
I recently attended an event encouraging women to get involved in the startup ecosystem at the new Sydney Startup Hub. While I applaud the aim of the event, I left with my blood boiling.