Challenger bank Archa avoids dirty word for Gens Y & Z

Challenger bank Archa avoids dirty word for Gens Y & Z

The founder of Australian challenger bank Archa has his sights set on launching the company's first products to customers next quarter, but the plan is to "avoid the word bank wherever possible". Speaking on a blockchain, AI and robotics panel at Gold Coast Business Week, Archa founder and CEO Oliver Kidd discussed a busines...

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Myriota the first locals to sign with the Australian Space Agency

Myriota the first locals to sign with the Australian Space Agency

Space and technology startup Myriota is the first Australian company to sign with the Australian Space Agency (ASA) as a strategic partner. The Adelaide-based company, residing in the new Lot Fourteen startup precinct, is the first Australian startup to partner with ASA, joining international giants like Boeing who signed an agreement wit...

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Whispir teams up with Amazon Web Services

Whispir teams up with Amazon Web Services

ASX newcomer Whispir (ASX:WSP) has boosted its cloud communications toolkit thanks to a partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). The tie-up is expected to help customers of both companies respond more effectively to crises, email responses, website clicks and form submissions without the need to write code. The Melbourne-founded so...

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Tritium puts electric vehicle charging expansion into gear with $200m pipeline

Tritium puts electric vehicle charging expansion into gear with $200m pipeline

Australia may not be one of the 14 countries that plan to ban sales of gasoline-fuelled cars by 2040, but it is home to one company in the driver's seat of the electric vehicle (EV) revolution. Tritium has the potential to become a Brisbane and national icon following the opening of its EV R&D centre in May, while its offices in A...

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Removify was Nick Bell's startup itch that needed to be scratched

Removify was Nick Bell's startup itch that needed to be scratched

Removify is helping businesses remove unwanted and fake online reviews and content with a 'no win, no fee' business model. Nick Bell (pictured) could easily have been forgiven for taking a break from the business world following his $39 million sale of WME Group to Melbourne IT (ASX:MLB) in 2017. But Bell couldn't kee...

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