A Q & A with an industry insider: Deirdre Diamante talks barriers and diversity in the tech sector.
Dylan Alcott shares advice on starting a small business, tackling barriers and why it is important to have people with a disability in the workforce.
Could your business do with some free one-on-one advice? Then jump aboard the Small Business Bus.
Are you a small business operator? Here’s a series of August events you do not want to miss.
LaunchVic’s latest grant round – closing 24 May – aims to put Aboriginal entrepreneurs into the driver’s seat.
Only 12 per cent of people “building the internet” are women. Yet 34-year-old Melburnian Sheryl Thai is doing her bit to inspire other women to claim
Migrant entrepreneurs are twice as likely to start businesses, according to a report in Harvard Business Review, for example Tesla and Kogan.
The 28-year-old – named Young Australian of the Year in 2012 – has garnered international acclaim for her robotics inventions.
Victorian businesswomen are being helped to go global as part of a revamped Victorian Women in International Business program.
The Victorian Government is partnering with two hub operators to help grow Melbourne’s thriving financial technology sector.
Melbourne-based not-for-profit social enterprise Free to Feed is helping to kickstart 60 other local startups. Here’s how.
Melbourne-based company Airwallex has announced a strategic partnership to enable customers to transact with Europe, the United Kingdom and Scandinavi
What began as a whim has now ended with Emre Deniz of Opaque Media preparing NASA astronauts for the journey into space.
Melbourne medtech startup CNSDose is leading the way in genetically-guided dosing for the treatment of depression.
In a world where data governance looms as one of the bedrocks of a strong digital economy, Victoria is set to be at the forefront of advances.
Once seen as an expensive gimmick for early adopters, augmented reality is now mature enough to be a genuine enabling technology.
Victorian fintechs Afterpay and Touchcorp have merged, and are now taking their innovative shop now, pay later service global.
Telstra’s 2017 Cyber Security Report found that 59 per cent of Australian organisations have detected a business interrupting breach at least monthly.