3:37PM | Friday, 7 March 2014 | By Rose Powell Another week is over and the Australian start-up community was busy as always. Here are all the stories we published in the one place.
3:29PM | Friday, 7 March 2014 | By Rose Powell The bitcoin rollercoaster continues with Japan planning to regulate transactions, two bitcoin exchanges hacked, and a chief executive found dead in Singapore.
3:23PM | Friday, 7 March 2014 | By Rose Powell Shared home management app Fairshare has been in the market for almost three weeks and picked up its first 1000 users through Reddit.
3:32AM | Friday, 7 March 2014 | By Cara Waters Forget planning your day and doing the most important things first. Between 6am and 8am is the perfect time for sending emails and that there is a specific day of the week where people are more likely to say yes to your meeting request.
3:17AM | Friday, 7 March 2014 | By Andrew Sadauskas The federal government is set to ask the Productivity Commission for a comprehensive review of Australia’s industrial relations laws, covering penalty rates, pay, conditions, union militancy and flexibility.
3:32PM | Thursday, 6 March 2014 | By Rose Powell Software developer for big corporates by day, fantasy world weaver, game designer and crowdfunding wrangler by night, John Mabbott is making his start-up dreams come true with every spare second he has.
Brisbane’s visiting entrepreneur from Silicon Valley on why Australia must get over our fear of failure3:53PM | Thursday, 6 March 2014 | By Rose Powell Australia needs to get over its fear of failure – and fast, says Adrian Turner, chief executive of Silicon Valley mobile and smart device security company Mocana.
3:43PM | Thursday, 6 March 2014 | By Rose Powell The federal government's review of employee share scheme options has left many community leaders both reassured and concerned about the future of the problematic legislation.
3:39PM | Thursday, 6 March 2014 | By Gavin Lower As companies pore over the “big data” of human behaviour to better determine what customers want and how they can deliver it, a company is setting out to discover and deliver “passion data” to better connect brands with consumers.
3:37AM | Thursday, 6 March 2014 | By Andrew Sadauskas China’s second most powerful leader, Premier Li Keqiang, has announced the pursuit of free trade agreements with key developed economies, including Australia, is a key economic priority for his government.