In our first year as an ‘Innovation Nation’ start-ups are finally getting some of the attention that they deserve from the government, big business and the media. – read more..
For those businesses nominating for Technology Fast 50, the challenge is more about moving beyond the start-up phase where cash is burned and revenue limited. Getting cash into the business is king! Once in growth phase, tax losses are likely to be carried forward to shelter some scaling of revenue and profitability, which is a natural outcome of the tax system. – read more..
To enable your business to scale-up, become more agile and respond effectively to disruptive change, cloud technology applications are critical – and are cheaper and quicker to deploy than traditional ‘on premise’ business systems. – read more..
Attracting those with innovative ideas to set up and drive their idea through to implementation in Australia is just one piece of the puzzle. What are the other challenges fast growing start-ups face in cultivating the right infrastructure and processes to support growth? – read more..
With the ‘low hanging technology fruit’ well picked in the developed Western markets, it will be harder and harder for Australian companies to get their breaks in these competitive technology markets in the future. – read more..
“Nothing benefits a growing business more than generating broader awareness – entries for the 2015 Deloitte Tech Fast 50 Awards are still open.” – read more..
“We talk about Australia moving away from a resource-dependent economy, to an innovation or technology economy – but if we don’t learn how to evaluate high-growth tech stocks in the right way, we are in danger of losing our best and brightest.” – read more..