Like most entrepreneurs, there’s not a day that goes past when I don’t come up with a new idea for a business, product or service. I’ve always been passionate about building things from the ground up and began my career as an architect – but soon saw an opportunity to build something different. I… Read more »
Digital transformation and trust among the biggest fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night
Digital transformation and innovation and disruption are the two big fears keeping Australian business leaders up at night, a survey has found.
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.
Just 32 percent of Australian businesses have an organisational-wide digital strategy in place, report finds
Though the growth of corporates opening their own innovation labs and/or flocking to platforms like Coventured to more easily connect with startups often makes it seem that more and more organisations are getting wise to the threat of disruption, a report has found almost 50 percent of Australian businesses believe either their industry or products… Read more »
Two out of three millennials are already using or considering using fintech services, research reveals
Millennials are already driving rapid change in the financial services industry and the role those services play in how they digitally deliver products.
While digital skills are becoming increasingly important, employees must not forget the importance of multi-disciplinary skills if they want to find a job in tech, according to a new report from the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and Deloitte.
For quite a while, I was almost certain that I not only understood what innovation meant, but also what its impact was.
I never quite knew how to define it, but was sure innovation meant something that was new and amazing, and that it had the capability to deliver an impact in a big way.
With the news that a consortium of power players such as Kerry Stokes, James Packer and Lachlan Murdoch are considering injecting a multimillion dollar investment into Peer to Peer financing startup SocietyOne, I think we can safely say that things are about to get pretty interesting in Aussie FinTech.