RSS News Briefs from InnovationAUS

  • SA’s $50m gov’t VC fund in doubt
    The South Australian government is seeking “urgent advice” on its $50 million Venture Capital Fund run by Blue Sky Alternative Investments after the fund manager fell into receivership this week. Blue Sky’s venture capital arm was appointed as manager of the new SA Venture Capital Fund in 2017. The fund was established by the former […]
  • Three new P-TECH schools for NSW
    Newly-appointed NSW Skills and Tertiary Education minister Dr Geoff Lee has told an IBM conference in Sydney on Wednesday that the state will expand the lauded Pathways in Technology (P-TECH) initiatives at three further NSW schools. There are currently 14 schools across Australia running P-TECH pilot programs, according to Skilling Australia Foundation, with two in […]
  • Science reacts to Coalition victory
    Both Science & Technology Australia and the Australian Academy of Sciences have released statements on the re-election of the Coalition government, welcoming the government and seeking to strengthen science priorities in the coming term. The STA released a survey of the major parties and their science industry priorities ahead of the election, noting that the […]

RSS News Briefs from Inside Small Business

  • Tapping into talent
    The simple reality is customer experience is directly tied to the depth of talent your team offers and ultimately how they choose to behave. The post Tapping into talent appeared first on Inside Small Business.
  • Why the Australian Business Growth Fund doesn’t go far enough
    A business founder argues that the ABGF needs to be expanded and further improved to support a vibrant SME environment in Australia. The post Why the Australian Business Growth Fund doesn’t go far enough appeared first on Inside Small Business.

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