Live brand storytelling agency INVNT brings back Xerocon to Sydney’s ICC
On the back of two hugely successful Xerocon events in London and New Orleans, INVNT, the live brand storytelling agency® is bringing Xerocon to Sydney’s ICC. Branded as the Coachella for accountants, the event will bring cloud accounting leaders from across ANZ, and Asia together to network and bond with their teams in an immersive, interactive setting.
Hub’s Flexi-Impact Membership program open for applications
Want access to a complimentary 12-month membership with Hub Australia? Every year, Hub offers Flexi-Impact memberships to entrepreneurs or people part of a business working to make a positive difference to our community and environment. Applications are open to businesses who identify as non-profits, social enterprises, or B-Corporations, and we are encouraging applications from First Nations-led, women-led, and arts-based businesses.
12-year-old rapper hosts fundraising concert for 2 Nepal children’s homes
A 12-year-old Dutch/Nepali rapper and his younger sister have launched a fundraising campaign and benefit concert in Amsterdam to help two children’s homes in Nepal. The final concert will take place on Easter Monday, April 10, 2023, in collaboration with theater City of Wesopa in Weesp. Smaller events will be held leading up to this. On February 1, Dharan and Avana Rimal began this fundraising campaign and will continue with hosting pop-up shows at various places in Weesp and Amsterdam between February 1 and April 10.
Rimini Street Korea named a Top 100 in KOREA Best Workplaces™
Rimini Street, Inc. (Nasdaq: RMNI), a global provider of enterprise software products and services, the leading third-party support provider for Oracle and SAP software products, and a Salesforce partner, today announced it has been recognized in the Great Places to Work® 2022 KOREA Best Workplaces™ Awards by the global consulting company Great Place to Work® Institute (GPTW).
Nominations for the 2023 Telstra Best of Business Awards are officially open
Telstra has announced that nominations for the 2023 Telstra Best of Business Awards are now open. The Awards program celebrates the innovation and creativity of Australian SMEs, and their role as a key driver of Australia’s economic success and social prosperity. Stemming from the success of the inaugural 2022 Telstra Best of Business Awards which saw over 24,000 businesses nominated, the program demonstrates Telstra’s long -standing commitment to recognising the meaningful contributions of firms and business leaders.
SPIE now accepting applications for its 2023 Prism Awards competition
The SPIE Prism Awards, which will celebrate their 15th anniversary in 2023 at SPIE Photonics West, are open for applications now through 15 September 2022. The awards, held annually by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, are a recognition of the growing range of technical innovations across optics and photonics products on the market today.
Kaohsiung smart harbors forum launched to foster global tie-ups
The southern city of Kaohsiung, known as the Maritime Capital and the Harbor Capital of Taiwan, serves as the best base for Taiwan to venture into marine technology. In recent years, with time evolution and industrial changes, the City Govt has been striving to promote the transformation of the Port of Kaohsiung from an industrial harbor to a people-oriented hub, while implementing strategic intelligence solutions in the advanced semiconductor industry and 5G-enabled applications and services with the aim of meeting the needs of future industrial transformation and achieving tech leadership in various fields.
LawTech Hub hails 2022 graduates, opens applications for 2023 program
Launched in 2019, the LawTech Hub by Lander & Rogers is the first program of its kind in Australia that brings together lawyers and entrepreneurs to design and build transformative legal tech. Over the course of the annual program, startups refine their problem statements and proofs of concept, pilot their technology, meet VCs and other funding avenues, and fast-track their business skills through masterclasses, culminating in a competitive pitch night.
Women’s accelerator event calls for investing in women entrepreneurs
Recognizing the intersecting relationship between climate change and gender inequality, on March 18 the Women’s Entrepreneurship Accelerator (WEA) brought together senior representatives of its founding partners to discuss the key role of women entrepreneurship in leading the way on climate change adaptation, mitigation, and response, and how women entrepreneurs contribute as change-makers in creating a more sustainable and inclusive society for all.
Global experts to shine light on new technologies and Sydney’s future
Global thinkers and local innovators will come together this month to discuss what the future might look like for cities, tech and innovation. As part of the City of Sydney’s annual visiting entrepreneur program, 11 future tech thinkers will take part in 17 events to discuss a future to be determined – from autonomous vehicles, decarbonisation and creative experiences, to future possibilities of the metaverse, cancer research and global health game changers.