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How to Become an Entrepreneur or Start a Business With Just a Laptop?
Choosing the path of entrepreneurship is liberating but requires sacrifices. There are multiple opportunities to start your career with the best laptops for business all under 80K, from the comfort of your home. Contrary to popular belief, there are numerous ways to kick off a business that does not require logistics and upfront costs to get started.These cost-effective small-business ideas make a great starting point for beginners or if you are looking up to pick a side business. If you want to create a business from your home, here are some work from home ideas to become instant entrepreneurs.https://www.ourbusinessladder.com/how-to-become-an-entrepreneur-or-start-a-business-with-just-a-laptop/
21 February 2021 by Nina McPherso...
 
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Compliance as a Service - simplifying global requirements
Munich based startup DataGuard is one of many EU-based startups looking to help businesses with their privacy compliance requirements - GDPR in the first instance. As virtual Data Privacy Officers, this could be the start of tech-led innovation into the complexity of operating global businesses and managing cyber and privacy obligations more effectively.https://www.dataguard.de/plattform
12 February 2021 by Daniella Trai...
 
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Australia's first "moonshot" mission
“...a consortium of companies in South Australia, led by small-satellite developer Fleet Space Technologies, is preparing for a series of missions to the moon as well as planning for future missions to Mars.T in he Seven Sisters project aims to support the US Artemis space program’s goal of returning humans to the moon by assisting with exploration techniques, remote operations and communications.”The project will be Australia’s first ‘moonshot’ mission. It could see Australia play an expanding and ongoing role in supporting a permanent human presence on the lunar surface by detecting and mining water and other resources necessary to support a lunar base.https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/seven-sisters-project-taking-austral
11 February 2021 by Maria MacNama...
 
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No-code movement - monetising data?
French startup Blobr, is one of many capitalising on the no-code/ low-code movement to empower anyone to build tech-based businesses/ capabilities with little computing and programming expertise. Still, there's a need for computational literacy and a privacy-by-design approach (need more focus here as an industry) as we speed through the data-goldmine (have we moved on from the 'data is the new oil' mantra yet?) This is an interesting take on productisation.https://techcrunch.com/2021/01/22/blobr/ Image credit: Pexels from Pixabay
31 January 2021 by Daniella Trai...
 
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A more sophisticated global agenda for Australia
Esteemed advisor in foreign policy and international security, Peter Varghese AO, drew on his distinguished career in public administration, diplomacy and intelligence, to share insights at a very special and final Advance Connect roundtable discussion for 2020. Peter spoke about the international outlook through which Australia is going to have to navigate, reflected on his work in India and the Indo- Pacific then talked about the outlook for the University Sector and urged a focus on getting the university system right....Peter Varghese AO is the Chancellor of the University of Queensland and the most recent Secretary of DFAT....https://advance.org/advance-connect-graduating-from-our-salad-days-
30 January 2021 by Maria MacNama...
 
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Year in Review
The past twelve months were by far the best to date for startups receiving funding within Start-Up Nation. Total investment in Israeli startups was close to $10.3B. Incredible! Considering most of the rest of the world struggled with operations due to a global pandemic.The hottest sectors for 2020 included Cybersecurity, FinTech, and Smart Mobility. The increase in workers operating remotely, and the need for company data to easily be integrated from multiple locations, supports the interest in investment in all of these. Read on to learn more about Israeli companies: eToro, PayKey, Perimeter 81, Wiz, and Aqua Security. http://www.israeltrade.org.au/year-in-review/
27 January 2021 by Jeremy Ungar
 
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