NAB Labs along with The University of Melbourne have partnered to better understand what drives Australian businesses to innovate. Together they have launched The Innovation Index to measures innovation across all business sizes and sectors.
NAB makes impact investment into program looking to reduce prison inmates and rate of re-incarceration
NAB has announced it will help finance a program called On TRACC (Transition Reintegration and Community Connection Service) to reduce the number of inmates in prison and the rate of re-offending. This is an Australian first for social impact investment to be used to target parolees and their subsequent re-incarceration.
Australian delivery service startup Sendle has today announced a partnership deal with NAB to improve parcel delivery for the bank’s small business customers around Australia. The collaboration is part of Sendle’s aim to help small businesses take on big businesses by levelling the logistics playing field.
Today NAB and Telstra announce a startup joint venture to offer small businesses a digital marketplace. The new marketplace called Proquo will provide more than two million Australian small businesses an online platform where they can network, trade or swap services with one another.
Data Republic raises $10.5 million Series A from Qantas Loyalty, NAB Ventures, and Westpac’s Reinventure Fund
Secure data exchange startup Data Republic has announced it has raised a $10.5 million in a Series A round from Qantas Loyalty, National Australia Bank’s NAB Ventures, and Westpac’s Reinventure Fund.
National Bank Australia (NAB) has announced strategic partnerships with the University of Melbourne and Melbourne Business School, with the partnerships to facilitate the exchange and collaboration of ideas and talent between the business and university sector.
A month after announcing its partnership with Sydney coworking community Fishburners, National Australia Bank has launched its NAB Hackathon Challenge, to be held at the Harris St space on the weekend of November 27.
Sydney coworking space Fishburners has landed yet another big name partnership, announcing this week that National Australia Bank (NAB) has joined forces with the space to provide support for its startups.
Founded in 2012 by entrepreneur Ash Conway, Bugwolf is a web-based service that uses gamification to test a company’s website, apps and online products for functional defects prior to launch.