The government announced a new draft mandatory code of conduct late last week to address “bargaining power imbalances” between Australian commercial media companies and platform giants Facebook and Google, including rules for the platform companies to pay for news content. Developed by the ACCC and now under public consultation, the

Facebook’s newest ecommerce play has the potential to radically shake up the digital marketing and retail landscapes, according to retail expert Nathan Bush. Unveiled last week, Facebook Shops is a new set of commerce tools that allow retailers to set up online storefronts on Facebook and Instagram. In this week’s

The way ads are bought and sold online appears due for an overhaul, after a landmark UK study revealed around half of the money advertisers spend online programmatically never reaches publishers. In this week’s Minicast, Which-50 journalist Joseph Brookes discusses the findings from the ISBA Programmatic Supply Chain Transparency Study

Global food supply chains are being disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its subsequent lockdown affects. The crisis highlights the importance of accurate crop forecasts and an efficient supply chain, according to Ros Harvey, founder and managing director of  The Yield, a local agtech which uses IoT and AI to

So far Google, Facebook and Amazon appear to be weathering the COVID-19 storm, based on their financial performance in the first three months of the year. The period was marked by the global spread of the novel coronavirus, which was declared a pandemic and caused nations to implement strict lockdown

Australia debuted its own contact tracing app, COVIDSafe, on the weekend in the hopes the technology will help ease lockdown restrictions. Two million people downloaded the app in less than 48 hours as the government called on citizens to play their part in slowing the spread of the pandemic. Despite

Which-50 was founded seven years ago on the premise that business leaders needed current, credible and high-quality information about digital transformation to navigate the changes ushered in by the internet and the new business models it created. But disruption isn’t always driven by technology and today we’re living through one

The global crisis brought on by COVID-19 has forced many businesses to rapidly and radically change the way they deliver services to their customers. Prior to the pandemic WW, previously known as Weight Watchers, was running 30,000 face-to-face workshops a week around the world. On March 16th global lockdown measures

Australian organisations are waking up to the value of taking a holistic approach to their resources and waste. A more sustainable approach to business looms as another disruptor and is driving conversations across c-suites and boards. In this week’s Which-50 Minicast, Athina Mallis, Which-50 journalist and editor of the Digital

As the COVID-19 pandemic takes hold, Citizens are also facing what the World Health Organisation has declared an “Infodemic” – an unprecedented wave of information related to the coronavirus. Experts argue the level of disinformation surrounding the pandemic is unprecedented and publishers and advertisers aren’t immune. In this week’s Which-50