TECHNOLOGY

INSIGHTS, TRENDS AND CASE STUDIES

As 2018 draws to a close, we’d like to share some of the achievements of our Corporate and Institutional clients over the past year.

The digital economy has given rise to its own infrastructure needs, and investors are paying attention.

For corporates with a growth agenda but no formal credit rating, the bond market is providing a new avenue for capital.

Business innovation levels rebound; leadership pivotal to growth.

An ‘e’ prefix tends to indicate a technological leap forward, and that’s certainly the case for ‘eHealth’. It’s helping patients manage their own health and changing their relationship with healthcare providers. So, where does that leave your bottom line? NAB’s Cameron Fuller examines the impact of technology and contemplates potentially profitable new business models.

Biometric authentication is being rolled out across various industries – and the possibilities feel endless.

With 1.2 million visitors injecting $10 billion into the Australian economy each year, and almost one third of our international students now coming from China, Chinese custom is big business. Alibaba Australia’s MD explains Alipay.

Heading overseas isn’t the only way to grow your business. Here are five ways to consider pumping up your revenue on home ground.

Melbourne-based start-up Culture Amp is flying high after raising $36 million. So how did they manage it?

The trends reshaping health and the future implications for the Australian marketplace.

Chatbots are ready to answer questions 24 hours a day – a big plus when you’re talking health or finances. Dana Bradford, senior research scientist at CSIRO, and NAB’s head of innovation Jonathan Davey discuss how conversations with machines could make life easier.

The grandeur of Australia’s wool industry is visible in the huge old wool stores standing tall all over our cities. Moses & Son’s Martin Moses wants Australian wool to rise again – and says the next generation of sheep farmers has the power to take on the world.

Fond childhood memories combined with a holiday hitch inspired Justin Hales to create Camplify, the fast-growing caravan-sharing startup proving a winner in Australia and now taking on the UK.

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