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.
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The demand on and for aged care services is going to be enormous and the industry is going to have to prepare by becoming more innovative.
There are real tangible benefits for organisations that build customer relationships based on trust. It is especially important when it comes to digital transformation.
Globally, and particularly in Australia, business is walking the talk on energy innovation – and it is cause for excitement.
Water availability, sustainability and delivery are key issues for all of us.
Our research practice, KPMG Acuity, engaged a broad spectrum of C-level leaders from a diversity of industries to think about the main issues concerning them for 2019.
It is clear that business, government and community leaders are all grappling with the impact or potential impact of technological, socioeconomic and cultural change.
The much anticipated release of Innovation and Science Australia’s (ISA) plan for Australian innovation this week comes after almost a year of consultation and engagement across the country.
What better way on a hot summer’s afternoon to practice creativity than through improvisation. Try Monkey Marlin.
The stereotype of government and startups being out of sync is often not far from reality.
It is not surprising to see ‘Digital and Innovation’ ranked as the clear number one priority issue for resolution in 2018.
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