StartupAUS, the not-for-profit group formed to foster technology entrepreneurship in Australia, has announced the country’s first startup festival.
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Australian Engineering Week, 4 – 11 August 2013 concluded on Sunday after 29 events across Sydney which engaged young and old into the diverse and interesting work of engineers.
Scheduled for Sept. 12 in Baltimore, conference will feature keynote speaker Kevin Neville of United Rentals, live product demonstrations, and first-hand insight from industry leaders
Most event managers find keeping up with the evolution in event technology hard; as the products and services available keep multiplying, so do their client’s questions. However, that is all about to change with the launch of the Technology Village, a new feature to the Australian Business Events Expo, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, 14-15 August 2013.
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Addressing Australia’s need to develop and foster an innovative culture, Dr Marlene Kanga, National President, Engineers Australia will kick-off Australian Engineering Week, 4 – 11 August 2013 by delivering the Harrick’s Address. She will outline the importance of new technology required to maintain standards of living in developed economies while dealing with high energy prices and dwindling resources.
The Hon. Tony Abbott, Leader of the Opposition, The Hon. Gary Gray, Minister for Small Business, The Hon. Bruce Billson, Shadow Minister for Small Business, The Hon. Bernie Ripoll, Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business, Qld Premier Campbell Newman, and The Hon. Jann Stuckey, State Minister for Small Business have addressed policy makers and small business people at the NAB National Small Business Summit during the inaugural Queensland Small Business Week in Brisbane.
Staying up to date with the changing demands of customers and employees have been named as the two biggest challenges facing businesses at the annual NSC Business Collaboration Summit, taking place today.
We are just over a month away from G-Force 2013, the premier customer experience event of the year! This year, the ever popular Breakout Sessions have been specially aligned and tailored to the issues facing the Customer Service Executive; Contact Centre Manager and IT Professional.
Leading eCommerce platform*, Magento, will bring together more than 300 Australian retailers, partners and developers at MagentoLive over two days in Sydney. The conference will feature presentations and facilitated discussions by a dozen leaders in the industry. The event will focus on best practice in multi-channel retailing.
Four examples of dynamic, stand-out engineering works dotted around Sydney’s CBD stand as art installations created to challenge preconceived notions of balance, inspire creativity and spark innovation.
Small business owners will have the opportunity to directly question MP’s as part of the 2013 NAB National Small Business Summit on July 24 -25, thanks to an interactive initiative on the OurSay forum; an online platform aimed to link political leaders and the public.
DisabilityCare Australia, (formerly The National Disability Insurance Scheme) is making it easier for Australians to access essential care, support, therapy, equipment and training.
The Australian Internet Governance Forum (auIGF) is proud to announce a select group of “ambassadors” who will help lead discussions at its 2013 event in Melbourne, on 16 & 17 October.
NBN Co Strategic Consulting Architect, Anothony Camilleri provides an update on the current state of the rollout. Internationally recognised expert on the psychological aspects of terrorism, Dr Anne Speckhard presents on issues of home-grown radicalisation
Ever wondered what’s inside the Harbour Bridge pylons? Or wanted to know how much energy a light bulb really consumes?
Australasia¹s largest integrated AV IT and electronic systems industry event presents a new simulated feature for 2013
There is just three weeks left until DevOps Down Under returns to Australian shores in Sydney on 12-to-13 July 2013. The highly anticipated event has released its program of leading speakers in technical development and operations.
Some of the world’s foremost experts on digital citizenship will discuss the latest thinking on creating positive online behaviours at a global forum in Melbourne this week.
Small Business issues back on the political agenda
New Zealand’s Internet community has thrown its full weight behind NetHui 2013, with a range of exciting speakers and panellists confirmed, conference registrations topping 300 and more flooding the event website – nethui.org.nz – as the big day nears.