As the world races to take advantage of a once-in-a-generation technology shift, Australian SMBs are at a significant risk of being left behind.
Generative AI has already been one of the most talked about technologies in the world of work as it will change how we work. On LinkedIn, we are seeing a 70% global increase in conversations about AI between December 2022 and September 2023 which shows the appetite for this technology.
Finding out who owns Australia’s biggest companies isn’t easy. Data journalist Juliette O’Brien sleuthed dozens of sources to find the answer.
Forbes Australia has picked out three of the entrepreneurs who have been making waves in the startup scene as of late – and they’re ones to watch.
The theme of Indigenous business month for 2023 is ‘To gather, together’ which serves as a powerful reminder that we work best when we unite and collaborate.
Australian adults lost more than US$80,000 across 2022 compared to 2021, due in large part to stock market losses, the 2023 UBS Global Wealth Report has revealed.
Australia had 44 US-dollar-billionaires at the time of researching this article.
Emma Weston is a city lawyer turned farmer who co-founded the digital grain management platform AgriDigital. Her startup is helping transform the agricultural industry from the world’s least digitised to one that is more profitable, equitable and connected.