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Social distancing providing challenges for burns treater AVITA

Social distancing providing challenges for burns treater AVITA

The ASX/Nasdaq listed spray-on-skin provider has warned investors the past quarter has been a challenge due to US lockdowns.

  • by Emma Koehn

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Are workmates really mates?
Opinion
Work in Progress

Are workmates really mates?

In the remote-working world, are your colleagues sending false signals about their feelings?

  • by James Adonis
Ride-share goes electric but Australia slow to get on board
Start-ups

Ride-share goes electric but Australia slow to get on board

Ride-share giant Lyft has made a pledge to make all trips electric by 2030, but the transition is slower for local operators who are struggling to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic.

  • by Cara Waters
How to deal with BS at work
Opinion
Work in Progress

How to deal with BS at work

It's important we stay alert, but not alarmed, to this classic workplace phenomena.

  • by James Adonis
Cochlear calls for low-risk health apps to be exempt from TGA register
Healthcare

Cochlear calls for low-risk health apps to be exempt from TGA register

Details on which medtech products will be carved out of government regulation is still unknown.

  • by Emma Koehn
Cyber security funding splash needs to cover more ground, industry says
Start-ups

Cyber security funding splash needs to cover more ground, industry says

Cyber security startups are hoping that the government's $1.3 billion boost is directed towards helping Australian businesses develop herd immunity from attacks.

  • by Cara Waters and Tim Biggs
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Fintech Zeller aims to plug business banking gaps
Start-ups

Fintech Zeller aims to plug business banking gaps

Financial services startup Zeller will now start building its products after securing $6.3 million in a funding round lead by local VC heavyweight Square Peg.

  • by Cara Waters
'We need a destination': Mike Cannon-Brookes backs plan for 1.8 million jobs
Start-ups

'We need a destination': Mike Cannon-Brookes backs plan for 1.8 million jobs

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and other business leaders are getting behind a plan to create 1.8 million jobs through low-emission and renewable energy projects.

  • by Cara Waters
Afterpay-backed travel start-up playing to win Millennial customers
Start-ups

Afterpay-backed travel start-up playing to win Millennial customers

Play Travel founder Andrew Paykel says the buy now, pay later model works just as well for paying for a holiday as it does for clothes.

  • by Cara Waters
COVID-19 spotlight prompts calls for genomics roadmap
Biotech

COVID-19 spotlight prompts calls for genomics roadmap

US biotech Illumina says it sees big potential in Australia, as research COVID-19 and serious diseases puts global companies in spotlight.

  • by Emma Koehn
Online retail platform BigCommerce expected to list in the US
Start-ups

Online retail platform BigCommerce expected to list in the US

Online retail platform BigCommerce could be the next Australian business to list in the United States, as the coronavirus pandemic continues to drive demand for online shopping.

  • by Cara Waters