Velvet-Belle Templeman

Velvet-Belle Templeman

Velvet-Belle Templeman is a reporter and content producer at Boardroom.Media and Which-50, and the Minicast editor of Which-50

  Platform businesses are leading in the uptake of subscription business models allowing these companies to fuel growth by more accurate forecasting and by providing better services to their customers. Hipages, its name stemming from Home Improvement Pages, is an Australian platform business that connects tradespeople with consumers. The company

  The private sector is beginning to understand its role in responding to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Boardroom.Media’s latest thought leadership series, Impact Pioneers: The Sustainable Corporates Series showcases companies that have put sustainability at the core of their business model and are, through their products or

Sustainability is a core operating principle for businesses, and it’s driving policies to lower carbon emissions. We asked NEXTDC CEO, Craig Scroggie, how organisations can make rapid progress towards a carbon neutral data centre. Download the Data Centre Sustainability whitepaper Read more – Attending To Environmental, Social And Corporate Governance

  As the energy market transitions to accommodate for the exit of coal and an increased focus on renewables and storage, the question is shifting from how much energy you can access to when you can access it. “Electrons, ” says Matt Baumgurtel,  Partner at Hamilton Locke,“Will basically be free.”

Who says Australia’s boards are anchored to old ways of thinking. All it took was a global pandemic to drag corporate Australia  into the 21st century last year with listed companies, for the first time, hosting entirely virtual Annual General Meetings (AGMs).  Computershare, a share registry that claims it manages

Even as digital transformation contributes to intensifying climate change due to burgeoning energy consumption, Australian CIOs are missing in action.  Hyperscalers and data centre operators are hoping they can change that, but at least initially it looks like they have a hard row to hoe just to engage IT executives,

A recent study by McKinsey & Company suggests that consumer preferences, technology and regulation have transformed the mobility sector as a result of COVID-19.  Passengers concerned about hygiene and safety have turned away from public transport, and are favouring private modes of travel — including bikes, scooters and even private

As digital transformation accelerates, data centers are consuming an increasing amount of the world’s energy. In this second of a three part Minicast series, we asked Craig Scroggie, the CEO of NEXTDC what challenges his customers face addressing this rising carbon footprint of the data centres, and what can they

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are key to business transformation across every industry. However, as our reliance on these systems increases, so too does the need for governance in the sector to ensure ethical and fair results. Algorithmic biases in machine learning stem from the human unconscious biases that trickle

The data from a very significant data breach at Facebook from 2019 re-emerged over the weekend. It involved the leaking of personal details of more than 533 million users, including 7 million Australians. Facebook applied the “nothing to see here” defence, saying the leak was old.  Information including full names,