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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

The rollout of Australia’s new Consumer Data Right (CDR) has been delayed several times already. And there are now growing concerns that COVID-19 could push the launch date back even further as workers are forced to adapt to remote working and business uncertainty. But the latest update from the ACCC,

Last year a handful of Australian neobanks launched within a few months of each other, taking advantage of regulatory changes from APRA that made acquiring a banking licence more accessible. So far the banks have passed significant milestones; 86 400 is offering home loans and an energy comparison service, and

Australia’s open banking regime begins in July but Australian businesses are already being urged to consider how the data sharing reform will impact them, regardless of their industry. That’s because the Consumer Data Right, the legislation which underpins open banking, is an economy-wide consumer and competition reform which will have

The shift to sustainability in business is a long term global megatrend that will drive the next great round of disruption and transformation, creating new economic opportunities and sending powerful pricing signals to a new generation of entrepreneurs. In the latest Which-50 Minicast, Which-50 editor-in-chief Andrew Birmingham sets the scene

Google has decided to phase out third party cookies, the small pieces of code which help to track users as they move across the internet, over the next two years. In the latest Which-50 Minicast, adtech veteran and director at Rex White Consulting Tim Whitfield breaks down the decision and

The start of Australia’s open banking regime has been pushed from February to July – giving the banks extra time to get ready for the data sharing scheme. In episode one of Which-50’s Minicast series Joseph Brookes explains why ACCC has extended the deadlines – and why it was predictable.