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Revamping education through innovation

Revamping education through innovation

We’ve all experienced the monotony of online training, typically characterised by a series of slides where the only shred of interactivity comes through the “next” button. But according to Ben Roulston, learning doesn’t have to be like that. After forging a career in the consulting space and gaining a wealth of experience from various customer […]

Collective intelligence: the power of smarter, quicker team thinking and the bottom line

Collective intelligence: the power of smarter, quicker team thinking and the bottom line

When we think about the bottom line in business the immediate jump is fiscal performance – how much value do we have in terms of cold hard cash? What sort of reserves do we currently hold; what sort of profit margin do we have in place? Are we in the red, or the black? In […]

Don’t become the next forgotten brand: Why entrepreneurship matters to all companies

Don’t become the next forgotten brand: Why entrepreneurship matters to all companies

If there’s one thing that separates great companies from the rest of the pack, it’s that they are never afraid of change. When the world or their industry changes around them — as it often does — great companies rise to the challenge, and ensure they aren’t left behind. Innovation can come in different packages. […]

ATO announces 3-month compliance operation

ATO announces 3-month compliance operation

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) will be targeting up to 90,000 small businesses over the next three months as part of a major compliance operation. The ATO will be obtaining details from 11 financial institutions including American Express, Commonwealth Bank and ANZ for credit card payments received by small business for the 2014-15 financial year. […]

Legal technology: Providing access to justice

Legal technology: Providing access to justice

Founded upon the principle that “access to justice is a basic human right but legal knowledge today is trapped in the minds of lawyers” a new Australian startup has sought the power of technology to “democratise the legal profession.” These are the words of Brennan Ong, founder of LawAdvisor that launched this week. Brennan Ong was […]

Alphabet – what does rebrand really spell for Google?

Alphabet – what does rebrand really spell for Google?

In August, Google announced that they would be creating a holding company called Alphabet, effectively rebranding and becoming a conglomerate with ‘Google’ reverting to its largest subsidiary. Alphabet would also own a variety of businesses including Nest (home automation), Calico (bio-tech) and Google X (self driving cars, innovations) signalling it was no longer just a […]


Android continues to lose share in Australian market

Android continues to lose share in Australian market

According to the latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the Android OS has shown continued market share losses for the three months ending July 2015. In Australia the Android share has fallen by 10.5 pts compared with a 7.9 pt increase for iOS. Share losses have also been seen across Europe’s largest five […]

iPhone 6s release date may be imminent

iPhone 6s release date may be imminent

If you’re considering buying a new iPhone – it might be worth holding off for a little while longer. On September 9 the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco will play host to Apple’s next event where it is expected to launch the new iPhone 6s. It is also rumoured that the next iPad […]

Biggest is not always best

Biggest is not always best

It’s a common assumption that working for a large organisation is the best way to develop in your professional career. In reality – when it comes to the question of where we will excel as individuals, there is no right or wrong. But with scores of graduates attracted to the bright lights of large corporations […]

NSW Government’s Dispute Resolution Unit growing in popularity

NSW Government’s Dispute Resolution Unit growing in popularity

The NSW Government’s Dispute Resolution Unit (DRU) has handled over 37,000 enquiries over the last three years according to new data. The number of enquiries from small businesses has increased each year over this period. Minister for Small Business John Barilaro said new data shows how the government is sparing small businesses from the burden […]

Take a break, it’s good for you: The 8 hour workday shouldn’t be ALL work.

Take a break, it’s good for you: The 8 hour workday shouldn’t be ALL work.

The average workday is 8 hours, but you certainly shouldn’t be working that entire time. There is no end of research showing that our brains aren’t designed to stay focused for long periods of time. The best recipe for efficiency and producing quality work is taking breaks. Much like any solution, one size never suits […]

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged for September

RBA leaves cash rate unchanged for September

The Reserve Bank of Australia has left the cash rate unchanged at 2 per cent for September. This will be the fourth consecutive month the rate has remained unchanged. RBA Governor, Glen Stevens said “the economy is likely to be operating with a degree of spare capacity for some time yet, with domestic inflationary pressures […]

7-Eleven says model not “dependent” on underpayment and will repay staff

7-Eleven says model not “dependent” on underpayment and will repay staff

After a joint investigation by Fairfax and Four Corners uncovering widespread underpayment of staff by 7-Eleven franchisees, 7-Eleven has said in a statement that it will pursue franchisees to repay money owed to present and former staff. Chief Executive Officer, Warren Wilmot said “the viability of the 7-Eleven system is in no way, never has […]


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