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The ridesharing service Uber is pretty close to getting the go-ahead in almost all states and territories in Australia, with Victoria set to follow Queensland in introducing new legislation. In the short term, Uber has committed to creating tens of thousands of new jobs in Australia. Many thousands of jobs

If you’re an avid gardener  you’ll know that when it comes to seeds no matter how much you mulch, poison and pluck, some little bastards will always keep growing. The same can be said for print publishing. Sure, it’s pretty easy to decimate the big weeds with some of Bunning’s

Successful digital transformation requires a clear roadmap and the belief of stakeholders, including those most resistant to change, says Ben Allen, CMO of property group Stockland. Allen features in the ADMA Brightest Minds video series, in which he explains how, during Stockland’s transformation, it was necessary to “demonstrate to people how

Australia has slipped two spots — from 16th to 18th — in the global digital rankings, according to the Global Information Technology Report 2016 from the World Economy Forum (WEF). Poor broadband affordability, little evidence of emerging information and communication technology (ICT) business models, and tepid venture capital investment all

Traditionally clunky administration and a disinterested customer base provide fertile ground for smart insurgents to disrupt Australia’s $2 trillion superannuation industry. Which-50 and ADMA are introducing a one day classroom-based digital transformation education program for senior executives lead by visiting US subject matter expert Courtney Hunt PhD.  Places are strictly limited. Throw

Global professional services company, Accenture is expanding its security capabilities, agreeing to buy Australian consulting company Redcore, which specialises in cyber security. Which-50 and ADMA are introducing a one day classroom-based digital transformation education program for senior executives lead by visiting US subject matter expert Courtney Hunt PhD.  Places are strictly limited.

Tencent is now China’s most valuable tech company, surpassing its rival Alibaba in terms of market capitalization last week. Lesser known in the west than Alibaba and Baidu, Tencent owns QQ, WeChat, Weixin and Qzone which have hundreds of millions of users. To illustrate the size of the Chinese giant,

We’ve all heard the stories about customer experience where brands that go to extraordinary lengths to delight a consumer. The home visit bearing gifts. The call from the CEO. The impromptu tropical vacation to reward your loyalty. There’s no doubt that this sort of delight is a powerful currency, particularly

Few industries have been as fundamentally — even ruinously — disrupted by digital technology as the news media. The transition from hard copy to online appeared to promise wondrous opportunities for venerable publishing houses to further increase their power and market reach. The whole world lay open to them. Star columnists

OpenAgent announced it has successfully closed a $A12 million round of funding. The company is a real estate web site which aims to make it easier for Australian property owners to sell their properties. The round was lead by ReInventure, with co-investment from Sydney VC Breakthrough Labs and Singapore based