Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Australians can now buy shares in Beer Cartel, the largest beer store

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While buying shares in Beer Cartel will probably give you bragging rights to your mates, our 100,000 loyal customers and 12 years of successful online retailing proves we mean business.

Lightspeed teams with Google to help retail increase local shopping revenue

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By combining forces, Lightspeed and Google are eliminating the pain points that prevent SMBs from effectively promoting their products online to the communities who prefer to shop local.

New research reveals 2 in 3 Aussies would give more to charities that track...

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The unique platform partners with charities, solving a common pain point around distributing and managing expenses and donor funds, allowing them to continue effectively delivering services to those in need.

Role of Sovereign Wealth Funds changing due to COVID-19 pandemic

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With economies suffering unprecedented slumps due to COVID-19, SWFs are tools of reconstruction, with many investing domestically to deliver large-scale infrastructure projects, domestic regeneration, and encourage development of particular sectors.

Kalamint, the NFT marketplace on Tezos, announces a partnership with VR pioneers,...

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Signalling the future of NFTs, this move harmoniously ties the two mammoth industries paving the way for a number of opportunities in product integrations, curated virtual galleries, fan engagements, and the ability to experience the metaverse through the highest echelon of technological advances.

Fintech app Fupay launches Australia’s first responsible lending rent payment product

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At the national real estate summit AREC, Fu Rent helps tenants who fit responsible lending criteria, by spotting them cash to pay their rent on time and avoid falling into arrears.

Challenges facing Decentralized Finance platforms and clients in 2021

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DeFi joined the finance conversation in February 2020 when the sector first surpassed one billion dollars in Total Value Locked (TVL). The TVL of the DeFi sector closed the year at thirteen billion dollars representing a 2000% growth.
Con Kittos, Executive Chairman at Asuria

Asuria welcomes latest fall in unemployment figures while warning of an impending “employment crunch”

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The Government is trying to mitigate impacts of this labour shortfall through wage incentives, financial assistance to hire people with disabilities, apprenticeships and training programs.

Construction crisis looms amid shortages, delays and price gouging

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The Association of Professional Builders is providing their private clients with an advanced cashflow forecasting tool so they can predict future revenue with far more certainty.

Hnry announces $4.1m Series A round to fund Australian expansion

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The next stage of growth will focus aggressively on expanding Hnry’s Australian footprint – with several key hires in the pipeline, alongside a focus on advocacy for sole traders, and plans for a number of enhancements to its mobile app.