Melbourne company July wants to sell quality luggage cheaper than it would be in stores by selling direct-to-consumers.
Kafnu will offer dedicated and flexible desks, private offices, meeting rooms and event space, a production studio, and a virtual fitness studio.
Founded by Holly Bartter, Matchsmith provides clients with assistance in “navigating their online dating life”.
The City of Sydney has partnered with Investible to run a Retail Innovation Program, aimed at helping traditional bricks and mortar retailers get online.
Restaurant delivery services have opened up a new world of food for many consumers that, best of all, can be enjoyed from the comfort of one’s couch. Adelaide startup Bellr, however, believes the tide is turning for some and consumers are ready to venture outside the living room and back into venues – and it… Read more »
A range of organisations and initiatives have sought to tackle unconscious bias – or straight out bias – in recruitment over the last few years. The Victorian Government, for example, last year launched a pilot program called Recruit Smarter to trial different approaches, such as blind CVs, to address the issue. Approaching the problem with artificial intelligence… Read more »
Access to capital, or lack thereof, is the greatest pain point or perceived threat to the long-term growth aspirations for one in five Australian small business (SMB) owners, a new report has found. Through a survey of 500 Australian SMB owners, the Xero State of Lending Report, from cloud accounting software provider Xero, also found… Read more »
Accounting software provider Xero has unveiled Xero Learn, an educational platform looking to help everyone from university students through to small business owners develop their financial literacy. The platform is populated with more than 100 courses taking students through core and advanced accounting and financial literacy skills. The platform allows users to set up dummy… Read more »
As the fuss over the Federal Government’s $443.8 million funding grant to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation has highlighted, the public is increasingly interested in where charities are spending their money and, in particular, how much is actually going to aiding their specified causes (think, perhaps, of the times you or someone you know has… Read more »
With 5.7 million Australian households owning at least one pet, Animal Medicines Australia (AMA) estimated that households spent $12.2 billion on pet products and services in 2016, up 42 percent since 2013. Leveraging Australia’s love of our furry friends is pet care brand Rufus & Coco, which is this year celebrating its 10th birthday. Having owned… Read more »
Sitting at a rate of 20 to 25 percent, a 2017 report from the University of Melbourne put the likelihood of child poverty in single-parent families as ‘very high’, significantly higher than the rate of 10 percent in the wider community. The report also found home ownership rates for single parents are also the lowest… Read more »
Small business owners and startup founders are struggling to make superannuation and end of financial year tax payments, a new survey has found. The latest MYOB Snapshot, an online survey of a portion of the company’s customers, found one in four owner operators are not currently making any superannuation payments, while almost three in five… Read more »