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Local trading app Superhero says it’s no Robinhood clone
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Local trading app Superhero says it’s no Robinhood clone

Millennial-focused share trading platform Superhero is plotting a path to an initial public offering after securing $25 million in fresh funding.

  • by Cara Waters

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Brisbane VR training company scores Biden-backed US contract

Brisbane VR training company scores Biden-backed US contract

Next World offers VR training modules, which is exactly what the US is calling for as it ramps up its Build It Back Better program.

  • by Stuart Layt
How your looks affect your leadership success

How your looks affect your leadership success

When we consider the factors that make a leader successful, we often think about their intellect, their people skills, perhaps even their qualifications and experience.

  • by James Adonis
‘Not convinced it’s sustainable’: ANZ’s VC arm looks to loyalty and snubs BNPL

‘Not convinced it’s sustainable’: ANZ’s VC arm looks to loyalty and snubs BNPL

ANZ’s venture arm is backing customer loyalty and rewards rather than investing in the booming buy now pay later sector.

  • by Cara Waters
MYOB set to move into invoice financing in wake of Greensill collapse

MYOB set to move into invoice financing in wake of Greensill collapse

Accounting giant MYOB is pushing into invoice financing, undeterred by the bad invoice-business headlines from the collapse of global financing firm Greensill Capital.

  • by Cara Waters
For Twitch founder, it was game on when Amazon’s Bezos came knocking

For Twitch founder, it was game on when Amazon’s Bezos came knocking

Justin Kan has the distinction of signing perhaps the most archetypal Silicon Valley deal ever - with Jeff Bezos’ technology behemoth Amazon.

  • by Cara Waters
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Australia’s hidden $19b success story
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Australia’s hidden $19b success story

Even in the world of fast-growing software technology, Canva is a standout and, after fellow tech player Atlassian, is the largest startup this country has produced.

  • by Elizabeth Knight
‘Truly special’: Canva’s valuation rockets to $19 billion

‘Truly special’: Canva’s valuation rockets to $19 billion

Australian graphic design startup Canva has hit a valuation of $US15 billion ($19.7 billion) on paper after securing a new round of investment.  

  • by Cara Waters
Slack targets ‘conservative’ Australia after its takeover by Salesforce

Slack targets ‘conservative’ Australia after its takeover by Salesforce

The messaging company’s founder and CEO Stewart Butterfield says its acquisition by software giant Salesforce should help it make greater inroads into Australia, which has been a tough market to crack.

  • by Cara Waters
Contactless orders eat into terminal providers’, banks’ market share

Contactless orders eat into terminal providers’, banks’ market share

The card is dying and smartphones will pave the way to a new way to pay, says Mr Yum CEO Kim Teo.

  • by Cara Waters
Tampon company goes from high school idea to ASX acquisition

Tampon company goes from high school idea to ASX acquisition

Aimee Lock wasn’t planning on selling her organic tampon business Tom Co but she decided the time was right for an exit when an offer came in from ASX listed Asaleo.

  • by Cara Waters