SHARING IDEAS THAT DO GOOD

Property

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An online community for home owners
Home ownership takes time, money and effort.  There are council rates, insurance, repairs & maintenance and cleaning … just for starters … before we get to renovations and selling to upsize or downsize! Realy is an online platform helping home owners to navigate the journey.  It’s a community for owners to connect to each other and service providers.  You can create an online profile for your home which functions as a logbook and billboard if you want to sell.  Prospective home buyers can see a genuine view of the suitability of a property and engage directly with the owner.  https://realy.com.au/
16 May 2021 by Jennifer Harr...

Dining

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From country to Australia's best restaurants - the Institute changing the culinary world.
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute links with Australia's best restaurants to provide apprentice and traineeship opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander people. The NICI mentors and supports their participants throughout the entire journey.Charged with its goal to produce Australia's best chef's, the NICI is uniquely placed to drive and support the emerging native ingredient trend, truly embodying the taste of Australia. With a vibrant and active alumni community, the NICI is going from strength to strength, and is changing Australian hospitality forever. 
14 May 2021 by Ivan Brewer

Startup

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High Tech Hits The Surf
Luksea a UNSW Founders Alumni is tackling the issue of water safety. Soon the days where you had to lift your hand and wave to lifeguards if you found yourself in trouble will be all but a distant memory. The high tech wearable water safety device is designed to keep people safe in the water. The smartphone app lets you check in with family and friends while out in the water enjoying your daily surf or swim. While the SAAS dashboard can alert lifeguards with the push of a button. Learn more here: https://www.luksea.com/
14 May 2021 by Bradley Delam...

Governance

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Israel’s Drones set to Improve Civilian Life
Israel’s UAV’s ability to operate beneath radar detection level yet unnoticed by those on the ground makes it a unique and essential part of any military arsenal these days. Today Israeli combat & surveillance drones are used worldwide.However, in recent years Israel is developing drones to be deployed for public use, with the aim to ultimately reduce congestion on public roads, transporting medicine and medical equipment and performing medical tasks and delivering various commercial goods more quickly.Some of the key start-ups in the drone sector include Heven Drones, Nando Drones, Highland, and Airwayz. Check them out! https://israeltrade.org.au/2021/05/14/israels-drones-set-to-improve-civilian-life/
14 May 2021 by Jeremy Ungar

Climate

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Climate is now 'everything' - Time
From her perch in the West Wing, Gina McCarthy has been charged by Biden with overseeing a dramatic shift in the way the U.S. pursues action on climate change. Instead of turning to a select few environment-­focused agencies to make climate policy, McCarthy and her office are working to infuse climate considerations into everything the Administration does.https://time.com/5953374/climate-is-everything/
13 May 2021 by Jeremy Wright

Ideation

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Look into the Telecommunication Industry
The Israel Telecommunication markets have witnessed growth in recent years and are expected to grow in this direction over the forecast period to 2025. The growth in this industry comes from the increasing adoption of mobile phones that supports 5G, 4G, and 3G across the country. This sector is further expected to grow over the forecast period with the increasing adoption of IoT, which is connected to wireless broadband. For more information about the Israeli and global market + a look at the leading companies in AI, 5G, FinTech, IoT, follow the links and as always connect! https://israeltrade.org.au/2021/05/13/look-into-the-telecommunication-industry/
13 May 2021 by Jeremy Ungar