‘The Canva of eLearning’: A new platform to improve the training process of your business

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“Learning is critical for everyone’s success.” “Today, we are living in a world of continual change that we’ve never experienced before. Some industries are putting an end to jobs, and new ones are popping up. And so, the need to reskill, upskill and gain new knowledge is not a once in a lifetime activity, it’s… Continue reading ‘The Canva of eLearning’: A new platform to improve the training process of your business

Meet the energy startup making it easier, and more affordable to buy renewables

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Amber Electric, simply put, is the new way to buy power. By rejecting the traditional energy wholesale model, founders Chris Thompson and Dan Adams are looking to help customers cut down on cost and carbon emissions, by purchasing energy considerately. “We give customers direct access to the real-time wholesale electricity price as it varies every 30… Continue reading Meet the energy startup making it easier, and more affordable to buy renewables

The KOBI Little Black Bag: Essential for every wardrobe

KOBI Little Black Bag.

Product description The Little Black Bag (LBB) is a timeless essential for any wardrobe. It includes a removable black and off-white flap, laser cut with an art deco pattern. Its gold-toned chain can be adjusted to multiple lengths using the interior swivel clasp. Cork exterior Black and off-white double layered removable laser cut flap 100%… Continue reading The KOBI Little Black Bag: Essential for every wardrobe

Black Friday beats the Boxing Day sales, new Westpac data shows

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Westpac merchant facilities have directly processed a record 68 million transactions through the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales (25-30 November), the highest number ever recorded, up 5.7 per cent from the same period last year. Analysis of merchant trade data shows more people did their shopping on Black Friday this year (13 million transactions),… Continue reading Black Friday beats the Boxing Day sales, new Westpac data shows

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Physical retail to transform as we know it, according to Shopify Future of Commerce report

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Shopify has today released a Future of Commerce report, exploring the world of commerce as it grapples with COVID-19, spanning all aspects of the industry- from online to offline, independent retailers to marketplaces, consumer buying habits, and the evolving world of financial solutions. The report hinges on five key predictions for how commerce will unfold… Continue reading Physical retail to transform as we know it, according to Shopify Future of Commerce report

2021 Social Trends: Hootsuite releases digital transformation report

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Hootsuite launched its fifth annual Social Trends Report in Australia last week, revealing the shifts Australian marketers must make as the world becomes more digital after a year that redefined social media—with 4.1 billion people now using social worldwide. Hootsuite’s Tom Keiser, Chief Executive Officer, and Henk Campher, Vice-President of Corporate Marketing & Head of… Continue reading 2021 Social Trends: Hootsuite releases digital transformation report

Malcolm Turnbull backs startup HealthMatch in $18m investment round

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Australian healthtech startup HealthMatch has raised $18m in a round led by venture capital fund Square Peg, with early backer Tempus Partners doubling down. New investors in the company include the family office of former Australian Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, and Lucy Turnbull, former chair of listed Australian biotechnology company Immutep as well as Singapore’s… Continue reading Malcolm Turnbull backs startup HealthMatch in $18m investment round

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Shippit secures $30m Series B funding to close off 2020

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Australian e-commerce and logistics technology startup Shippit has raised an AU$30m Series B equity round led by US-based technology investment firm Tiger Global alongside local representative Jason Lenga.    Tiger Global partner John Curtius said the fund was impressed with the business fundamentals and rapid growth that Shippit had demonstrated.  “Shippit has some of the best… Continue reading Shippit secures $30m Series B funding to close off 2020

Free listings for Australian businesses impacted by China trade wars

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Australian small businesses have been among the more hard hit by the country’s tensions with China, but Dynamic Business would like to help. With the world superpower threatening to slap major tariffs on many industries, the Australian economy may need to field a $6 billion blow to its exports. The Department of Agriculture’s Abares commodities… Continue reading Free listings for Australian businesses impacted by China trade wars

High Court grants appeal in attempt to clearly define casual employment

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The High Court of Australia has granted labour-hire company WorkPac Pty Ltd special leave to appeal the controversial decision in WorkPac v Rossato in an attempt more clearly define casual employment in Australia. The labour-hire company has been granted the leave in order to appeal the controversial decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court in WorkPac… Continue reading High Court grants appeal in attempt to clearly define casual employment