Uber now legal in NSW

12:03PM | Thursday, 17 December 2015 |  The legislation approved by NSW cabinet comes just weeks after the ridesharing app was ruled effectively illegal in Victoria.

Legalised Uber reports have “jumped the gun”, NSW Premier says

11:27AM | Monday, 23 November 2015 |  According to Baird, the issue is yet to even be looked at by state cabinet.

Red tape and a lack of transparency holding NSW startup grants back: report

10:57PM | Monday, 12 October 2015 |  Startups aren’t applying for government grants and taking advantage of the funding on offer because of arduous red tape and a lack of transparency in the process, a new report finds.

STEM skills and access to government data top priorities for NSW Innovation Minister

4:18PM | Monday, 27 April 2015 |  Startups need better access to government data in order to continue creating apps and tech companies that change people’s lives for the better, according to the NSW Minister for Innovation, Victor Dominello.

The NSW election is heating up, but where are the policies for startups?

3:39PM | Tuesday, 17 March 2015 |  While Queensland’s state election saw both sides of politics vying for votes based on their policies for startups, people in New South Wales will head to the polls on March 28 with few commitments from the major parties.

Sydney and Melbourne among world’s top 25 start-up ecosystems

4:40PM | Thursday, 12 April 2012 |  Sydney and Melbourne are among the world’s top 25 start-up ecosystems, according to new findings, ranked 21st and 22nd respectively, but experts say they should be higher up the list.

Three key franchising trends in 2012

3:09PM | Tuesday, 27 March 2012 |  Prospective franchisees were spoilt for choice at the Franchising and Business Opportunities Expo, recently held in Sydney, which highlighted several key trends in the franchising sector.

Shifting to a leadership mindset

3:03AM | Friday, 2 March 2012 |  Taking on any new role in business is daunting, let alone taking over from a company founder. But as Dave Dane found out, once you’ve made that leap, there’s no turning back. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.

Tech degrees being shunned by uni students: Report

2:10PM | Wednesday, 29 February 2012 |  The number of university students in technology degrees is in long-term decline, according to a new report, with concerns that the shortage will impact web-based start-ups.