A number of Australian technology companies, led by the charity StartupAUS, have called on the Federal Government to make four changes in the encryption law that was passed last year.
Sydney-based workforce management software solution provider Deputy has closed a $111 million capital raising which has been billed as Australia’s largest ever Series B funding round.
Professional services firm KPMG is creating a new program aimed at unlocking sustainable high performance by Australian start-up executives faced with high stress levels due to long working hours and other pressures in establishing their businesses.
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