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The mobile advertising movement is digging deep with today’s announcement from Criteo claiming they have discovered a new way to enable advertisers to target consumers with individually personalised ads in over 130 different countries.
It seems that it is not just Western Australia that is jumping on the ASX bandwagon to raise funds; we have identified a number of Asian technology startups that are also turning to the ASX as opposed to the Singapore Stock Exchange to raise capital or seek funding from investors and angels.
For quite some time, the idea of company culture was an illusive fantasy I just couldn’t quite understand.
I knew well enough to know it wasn’t yoga at lunch, or ping-pong at morning tea. But I never really knew what it actually was and why it mattered, until I read a blog post by Ben Horowitz dubbed Programming Your Company Culture.
In this webisode, we chat with Chris Brycki, founder of StockSpot about democratising investing and disrupting areas of the FinTech space that big banking holds a monopoly.
After witnessing the businesses of good friends crash and burn, Sydney-based entrepreneur and personal trainer David Zeff decided to team up with Jarron Aizen, a veteran in online retail and technology, and create a solution to bring the personal training industry back from the brink.
If Ai Weiwei is right in calling surveillance a threat to ‘civilised society’, technology developers have not only an economic, but a moral incentive to innovate.
If you’re a person who enjoys a decent drag out front of the office, Kick.it wants you to keep doing it – just not as much. James Stewart used to smoke twelve to fifteen cigarettes a day says that his app is “almost the complete opposite to what’s on the market at the moment.”
According to VicHealth, less than one-third of Australians are getting sufficient exercise on a daily basis, which in turn is putting Australians at greater risk of illnesses that are preventable. In response, VicHealth is calling on local entrepreneurs to come up with ideas to get more Victorians living active lifestyles.