Huawei Australia has boosted its sponsorship of rugby team the Canberra Raiders, becoming the naming rights sponsor for the Huawei Raiders Centre in the ACT, with the announcement coming just two days after the company revealed a restructure of its Australian operation and the shedding of about 500 jobs.
The application of emerging technology and the future of work are two of the key concepts to be explored at CEBIT Australia’s conference to be staged in Sydney in October.
Sydney-based education platform provider Sofiri claims it is set to shake up the international education sector with a new online service linking aspiring students with education experts to help them study abroad.
A not-for-profit ticketing agency based in Sydney, which donates all its fee profits to charity, has received a grant from the NSW Government to expand.
Tech developer and leader Elisha Tan, who is based in Singapore, will visit New South Wales next month to share her knowledge with start-up communities in Sydney and regional NSW.
A new technology platform which allow patients in private and public hospitals to connect directly with medical specialists and exchange information on fees, wait times and locations before consultation, is now being trialled in New South Wales.
A start-up from Shoalhaven, NSW, has developed a digital marketplace for hiring out under-used facilities and provide the community with access to places where they could hold social functions or sports events.
Patients will soon be able to receive medical prescriptions from their doctor via a claimed "world-first smartphone app".
HashChing, an online home loan marketplace based in Sydney, has received a $700,000 loan from Jobs for NSW which will help it create 46 jobs over five years.
Sydney start-up Perx has been granted $25,000 by the Jobs for NSW organisation to develop technology that uses games and rewards to remind people to take their medications regularly.
University of NSW students have been earning cryptocurrency for shopping with retailers, restaurants and cafes in a “world-first" trial.
The NSW Government is backing Australia’s largest start-up conference, StartCon 2017, with the NSW Government-supported Jobs for NSW now a leading sponsor in the quest to provide further growth opportunities.
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