September, 2014

New Grant – Good News for Aussie Manufacturers

September 11th, 2014

After a tough trot, Australian manufacturers can breathe a sigh of relief after the Australian Government revealed applications are now open for the Manufacturing Transition Program. The program will provide manufacturers with a $50 million boost to become more competitive and sustainable. Available to any manufacturer spending over $4 million on capital expenditure / expansion activities, the program focuses on businesses looking to transition or expand their operations to higher value-added or more knowledge intensive manufacturing. A great help to […]

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Is an innovative workplace an oxymoron?

September 3rd, 2014

Is everyone an innovator or is nobody one? Every day we dream up new systems and processes on how to make our lives more efficient. But we are rarely pretentious enough to call ourselves innovative. Even Einstein said “imagination is more important than knowledge.” So does that mean I should win a Nobel Prize for the new back street I discovered while walking to the office this morning? Probably not… 1. Stop comparing yourself to other innovators When you think of […]

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Tech Investors Push for Tax Breaks

September 1st, 2014

Tax breaks enjoyed by property investors should be diverted to support innovative, job-creating companies instead, according to tech entrepreneurs. A lower tax rate on start-up income, a zero capital gains tax and a way for investors to use losses would boost the start-up industry and create jobs in a tumultuous market. Freelancer.com Chief Executive, Matt Barrie says it was the tech industry who created the world’s youngest billionaire – Mark Zuckerberg. “I cannot think of any other industry other than […]

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