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You would not normally assume that corporate governance can play an important role in innovation, after all corporate governance is about risk mitigation whilst innovation is all about encouraging risk in order to stimulate new ideas. The two would, therefore, seem to be in conflict with each other. However, this isn’t the case and in […]

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In our previous articles we looked at the rise of neobanks and then took a deeper dive into the challenges that they are facing as they try to compete in an extremely difficult and competitive industry. For the third article in our series on neobanks we thought we’d take a deeper dive into one of the […]

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The Australian government’s 2021-22 Federal Budget announcement on Tuesday 11 May 2021, included a $1.2 billion investment that will be spent on its new Digital Economy Strategy. This is one of the most significant Government announcements in recent years and could have a profound impact on stimulating innovation in Australia.  There is little doubt that […]

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For much of the 20th century the practice of technological innovation was ascribed to a company’s research and development (R&D) department that was embedded within the company. This R&D team were responsible for bringing new technologies to the market through generating new ideas for products and services.  Yet in recent years there has been a […]

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