Startup Job Toolbox provides job seekers with an educational workshop covering the ins and outs of navigating the job application process.
Providing businesses the ability to design their own platform with a strong focus on enabling communication, is Sydney startup Buzzy.buzz.
US startup Hired has today launched its platform for tech job seekers in Australia. Starting with a focus on in-demand tech roles, Hired is giving the power back to candidates, allowing them to be in control of the job hunting process.
Sydney startup GorillaStack is looking to eradicate cloud bill shock by helping companies see where they’re spending
Sydney startup GorillaStack gives IT managers powerful insights into their cloud usage with real-time cost notifications and automated tools that make cloud deployments up to 40 percent cheaper.
Less than a quarter of IT jobs in developed countries will be held by women by the end of 2016, according to a new report from Deloitte Global. The report, encompassing predictions across the broader technology, media, and telecommunications landscape for 2016, found that while the total number of IT jobs has increased by over 20 percent in the last five years in markets including the US and UK, the ratio of women working IT jobs has failed to follow suit.
An analysis of job postings on Freelancer.com has revealed that businesses are increasingly turning to mobile, with the number of jobs in the sector increasing by over 25 percent to 22,290.
Right from the outset, we knew we wanted to take a different approach to other consultancies. Consulting firms can be a black box, with consultants wanting to hold to as much of their intellectual property and insights as they can so you need to hire them time and again. But at Chamonix, we took a distinct approach.
Launched in August, Maestrano is an enterprise app store providing a suite of hosted web applications to startups and SMEs. Whether you need a CRM system, an ERP, project management tools, accounting systems or bug trackers, Maestrano is here to accommodate.
Named after the Greek Goddess of Radiant Good Health, AEGLE Life is set to disrupt the health care industry with their mobile and web-based applications that facilitate illness prevention, early detection and proactive intervention as opposed to reactive treatment.