Kevin Rudd’s new cabinet, to be sworn in on Monday, could return innovation to the centre of government and form a key election pitch as loyal supporters of the new prime minister return to the frontbench.
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Software-as-a-service start-up Productify is set to move into public beta next week, after lining up major retailers and suppliers in the pharmaceutical, homewares and hospitality apparel industries.
As loyal Taskmaster readers will know by now, Friday, May 3, is Capitalism Appreciation Day. Old Taskmaster says it’s the ideal occasion to help the poor.
The Australian Research and Development Tax Incentive scheme provides a tax offset to eligible companies engaged in R&D activities. Here are some key details you should be aware of.
Creativity is important in any business. However, it’s essential for you to treat innovation as a means to an end, rather than an end in itself.
Mining magnate Clive Palmer is at it again, with an attempt to relaunch the United Australia Party. Thankfully, at least some of his current projects are successful – here are three examples.
There are a number of criteria the government needs you to meet before you can claim an R&D tax credit. Here are some of the main ones you’ll need to look at.
It’s no fluke that successful entrepreneurs are outgoing, confident and self-disciplined. Research suggests a number of key personality traits are needed to succeed in business.
As you may have noticed, StartupSmart has had something of a makeover. But beyond the cleaner, more striking design, there are plenty of fantastic new features for budding start-ups to get their teeth into. Here’s a look at what’s changed.