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The new Festival of Innovation is coming in 2019.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 18
It’s true: about 75–90% of start-ups will fail (or, in other words, not make it to a trade sale or IPO). In face of these grim odds, it is easy to feel discouraged, and want to throw in the towel when it comes to your own start-up.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 12
So, will robots eventually take our trades? The short answer, according to Dr Andrew Charlton, economist and co-founder of strategic advisory consultancy AlphaBeta, is yes.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 11
For businesses looking to scale, is Big Data a source of competitive advantage, or is it now required for basic survival?
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 7
You already know Ping Data won a hotly contested CeBIT PitchFest 2018, pipping runners-up Littlescribe and BenchOn to first place. But what about the other seven start-ups selected as finalists? What innovative ideas did they share?
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 3
Hear from Professor Booi Kam, at on "Supply chain management at the cross-road: The hope, the despair and the challenges"
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jul 3
In a rapidly evolving business environment, there are big opportunities on offer for canny start-up founders in the B2B space. Speaking at CeBIT Australia 2018, Fergus Park from Amadeus, shared his insights on how to be a successful B2B start-up.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 24
With the rise of flexible workers comes the rise of coworking spaces, where independents and small businesses share open workspaces.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 13
In a rapidly evolving business environment, there are big opportunities on offer for canny start-up founders in the B2B space. Speaking at CeBIT Australia 2018, Fergus Park from Amadeus, shared his insights on how to be a successful B2B start-up.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 12
Welcome!
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 12
Welcome!
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 12
You already know Ping Data won a hotly contested CeBIT PitchFest 2018, pipping runners-up Littlescribe and BenchOn to first place. But what about the other seven start-ups selected as finalists? What innovative ideas did they share?
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 10
When fourth-generation farmer Naomi Stuart hit on a new & better way to process payments for crops – a market worth an estimated $2.1 billion each year in Australia – she found financial support for her idea from an unlikely source: the NSW Gov.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 8
As a tech entrepreneur, particularly in the early stages of a startup, you have to be a jack of all trades in order to succeed. Aka your entrepreneurial skill set needs to expand far greater than you once thought.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 7
No matter what business process you want to outsource, there’ll be a vendor to match your needs.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 5
Whenever you hear about the darknet, it is usually in connection with criminal activity or information leaks, such as the recent Medicare data breach that made headlines in July 2017.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 5
Privacy breaches can no longer be hidden from the public now that the Australian Government has introduced the Notifiable Data Breaches scheme under the Privacy Amendment Act 2017
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 4
Innovative startups do more than just develop new products. Between 2008 to 2014, over 1 million new jobs came from just 6 per cent of businesses - new or growing SMEs.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 4
If you missed 2018, here's a wrap-up. see you in 2019
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 3
PRD Software recently exhibited at the annual CeBIT in Sydney to showcase our IT helpdesk software product, HelpMaster.
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CEBIT AUSTRALIA Jun 3
As the number of devices connected to enterprise networks proliferates, and the sophistication of hackers and malwares grows, cybersecurity is only becoming a bigger concern for organisations worldwide.
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