How Tinybeans tapped ‘mum and dad’ investors on journey from startup to listed company

Eddie Geller, Sarah-Jane Kurtini and Stephen O’Young started Tinybeans (ASX: TNY) with the goal of creating a scrapbook where parents could capture, share and save memories of their little ones through a secure online platform. Little did they know, off the back of Tinybeans’ landmark IPO in April 2017, the trio would also be reshaping … Read more

Why two of Australia’s hottest tech exports Atlassian and BigCommerce love Austin

It’s Friday morning at Atlassian‘s workplace in Austin, Texas, and the enterprise software maker’s staff are huddling in the “Eatlassian” kitchen snacking on complimentary breakfast tacos and listening to team announcements. Later in the day they’ll have the option to migrate to the nearby internal drinks bar or outside patio with views of the city, which … Read more

Is this the end of the road for Myer?

Things are in free-fall at Myer, Australia’s largest department store chain, with chief executive Richard Umbers resigning abruptly on Wednesday and retail analyst Brian Walker saying “in its current configuration Myer cannot be saved”. Just days after the company’s third profit downgrade in seven months, the share price, around 54 cents, is barely 14% of the $4.10 share … Read more

Business Studio lunch box forum: How State Library can help you get ahead [EVENT]

Date: Wednesday 28 February 2018 Time: 12.30pm–1.15pm Where:  Business Studio, level 1, State Library of Queensland Did you know you can gather competitive intelligence and market research data using SLQ’s resources? In this session learn tips and inside information to help grow your business. This lunchbox forum will be presented by librarians Will Wood and … Read more