Holden is expanding Maven Gig to Perth as consumer demand for GM’s mobility solutions continues to grow in Australia. The company also announced a new general manager for the car sharing service, Jon Kett. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Maven Gig provides freelance rideshare and delivery drivers in

Holden is recruiting 150 Australian engineers to expand General Motors’ research and development operations in Australia. The Melbourne-based team will be embedded in GMs’ global Advanced Vehicle Development division, which is building the company’s electric and autonomous cars of the future. The new recruits, made up of graduates and experienced

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As society shifts to a world of autonomous driving over the next 30 years, the economic implications are profound — initially, but not only for the automotive sector. Some of the world’s leading automotive brands are already investing heavily in the technology. Daimler for instance says that prototypes like its

Cloud based ERP vendors has appointed Lee Thompson as its Senior Vice President and GM, Asia Pacific & Japan. In the role, Thompson takes over an organisation with more than 1,000 employees in the region. He brings more than 20 years of sales leadership experience to NetSuite, having worked previously for