With rising costs from the damage caused by natural disasters, the Australian insurance industry faces a pressing need to improve the way it conducts business.
Like all facets of business, COVID-19 has had a startling effect on how important innovation is.
Despite the effects of the pandemic, a record amount of venture capital was invested in Australian startups in the first half of 2020, with 92 deals recorded.
COVID-19 has sent industries reeling and businesses are still a long way from coming out the other side and knowing what the world will look like.
Fast and efficient, the deployment of 5G technology over the next decade will facilitate advancements across many sectors
The COVID-19 pandemic and shifting user and environmental requirements for transportation could accelerate the next round of Autonomous Vehicle (AV) development.
When the belts begin to tighten, business and technology leaders must quickly make informed investment decisions.
What Happens Next with Bernard Salt is a podcast series bringing you insights into what a new reality could look like post COVID-19. In episode 2, Bernard unpacks predictions for…
In our first episode of What Happens Next, host Bernard Salt discusses the role technology is playing in the Australian healthcare sector
This global space industry is predicted to be worth US$600 billion by 2030, and Australia is well-positioned to gain from the boom.
As the guardians of capital – the fuel that founders need to launch and scale-up their ventures – VCs are the adjudicator for startup success.
Trust, transparency and traceability have been a significant part of the consumer conversation in agriculture over the last number of years.
How we can use technology to bring people together rather than expanding already existing divisions.
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