While investments in product quality or market reach can bring about immediate improvements, customer loyalty remains key to the long-lasting success and growth for a majority of businesses
“There was no Pearl Tower, and I was the tourist attraction at Yuyuan Garden.” China has changed immeasurably since Susan Corbisiero first made her way to China in 1990, and as Trade Commissioner and Post Manager with Austrade in Shanghai now, Susan’s key piece of advice to Australians looking to do business in China is: […]
The Australian e-sports industry, already worth around $1.2 billion, is going to experience unprecedented growth in 2018.
Looking at sportstech startups that have received funding since 2015 and where they have come from, NSW ranks highest for the most activity.
The Australian startup ecosystem want to be informed, educated, and inspired.
Startups in the wide-ranging Australian healthtech sector have raised more than a combined $165 million in funding, while biotech sits at $87.8 million.
Between bone repair glue and gene splicing, there is a diverse range of startups working to improve our health or innovate the way the sector operates.
Despite the fact they predominantly serve customers across regional areas, agtech businesses are earning a name for themselves in the wider startup space.
AgTech has been flagged as having the potential to grow into a $100 billion industry by 2030, but current diversity stats in the sector must be addressed.
Leading investment totals for IoT agtechs is The Yield, which applies its flagship ‘Sensing+’ technology to detect the microclimate of an ecosystem
Sitting behind fintech startups, the expected champion in NSW amongst all the industry segments, are health and biotechs.
A notable trend in the Australian EduTech space right now is an acute awareness around the need to proactively support particular niche groups.
Education has always been a strong contributor to the bottom line of the Australian economy as well as one of this countries greatest exports.