RSS News Briefs from InnovationAUS

  • Bank-backed FinTech platform Lygon is now live
    Backed by a consortium including ANZ Bank, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, IBM and Scentre Group, Lygon is a new digital platform that uses distributed Ledger technology to transform how businesses obtain, manage and transact on bank guarantees end to end. Today, some 11,500 retailers in Australia and New Zealand rely on paper guarantees that... […]
  • Stiglitz backs Australia’s Big Tech media code
    Former World Bank chief economist and Nobel laureate Professor Joseph Stiglitz has thrown his support behind Australia’s proposed mandatory news bargaining code for big tech companies, but said the government should be ready to tax the social media companies as a “plan B”. The government is expected to introduce legislation to Parliament next week outlining... […]
  • Industry joins forces to boost digital literacy
    In March this year, with COVID-19 starting to impact the Australian economy, the Federal Minister for Industry, Science, and Technology Karen Andrews convened a virtual roundtable of technology company CEOs with a call to action to help with the Australian economic recovery. One idea to emerge from that roundtable was to do something to help... […]

RSS News Briefs from Inside Small Business

  • Q&A: A natural solution to eczema
    Geeta Powani leveraged her experience as a Chartered Accountant to steadily build a skincare business designed to alleviate the symptoms of eczema. The post Q&A: A natural solution to eczema appeared first on Inside Small Business.
  • The power of story
    As a start-up owner, your story is the very essence of your business. our story is the why you started your business, the how, what, when, where and who... The post The power of story appeared first on Inside Small Business.

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