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Posts Tagged: Tech Fast 50
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?
A common concern for businesses is how to efficiently finance innovation programs
Australia recognises the end of the resources boom, supports the ideas boom and invests in innovation. This Tech Fast Trend explores how technology stocks having been rising on the Business Review Weekly (BRW) Rich 200 List, while the mining sector is falling.
“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.”
Andre Eikmeier, co-founder of Vinomofo – the 2013 Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winner, talks to Deloitte Private about what makes Vinomofo such a successful and innovative company, and how the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 helped his company rise to the top.
“Numbers don’t mean a great deal without analysis. So the best advisers don’t just produce profit and loss statements and balance sheets. They analyse the relationship between data points on financial statements to help the business make better decisions.”
“On the back of this report, Salesforce.com are running a free webinar that will explore the key findings from the research”
Is Listing for You? The last year and a half has seen a resurgence in the IPO market both in Australia and across the world. In 2013 total capital raised at IPO on ASX was $9.5 billion and there has been over $9 billion raised in 2014 with more listings to come before the end…
“I was teaching people how to use complex design programs like Photoshop and InDesign and I realised that in the future, the way design would be approached was going to be very different.”