Talents et services à la demande, automatisation et expériences utilisateur captivantes : telles sont les composantes clés du business model de la nouvelle économie. Steve Glaveski, fondateur de Collective Campus
Melbourne-headquartered innovation specialist Collective Campus will now accept payments in various cryptocurrencies – spanning Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Dogecoin, Bitcoing Cash and Shiba Anu. Collective Campus helps startups and large corporates alike develop an innovative mindset and keep pace with the world – via support with design thinking, agile development, lean principles, digital marketing, data science, and several other cutting edge business techniques. Since launching in 2015, the firm has incubated over 120 startups and delivered consulting services to big-ticket clients across the world – BNP Paribas, Microsoft, Metlife, and King & Wood Mallesons included. These and other clients can now pay the firm’s fees via cryptocurrency – following a move that reflects the firm’s forward thinking ethos.
In a world of rapid technological change, increased uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and an ever-increasing compliance landscape, employers have been reminded of the importance of providing employee learning programs to achieve a skilled workforce.
Steve Glaveski, co-founder and chief of Melbourne startup accelerator Collective Campus, is turning that rhetoric on its head, suggesting founders slash their working hours in half in order to achieve better business results.
Coleman placed number 23 in last year’s CIO50 list, rising 20 places to number 3 in 2018 due largely to his leadership of a centerpiece innovation, the Charter Hall PropTech Accelerator program. This was initiated as a response to the property group’s growth and long-term sustainability.
Leading international law firm Clifford Chance announces it has launched a global training programme that is dedicated to learning and development in the Technology space. Clifford Chance's Tech Academy provides staff and partners with a combination of online training and resources and a global programme of face to face workshops.
Charter Hall will look to invest or partner with four new start-ups spanning virtual reality, crowdfunding, cloud-based property maintenance and 3D modelling after declaring its first start-up accelerator program a "huge success".
Leading Australian property investment and funds management group Charter Hall, has collaborated with corporate innovation consultancy and startup accelerator, Collective Campus, to launch an Australian first real-estate technology accelerator program.
Entertainment giant Village Roadshow has partnered with Australian corporate innovation consultancy Collective Campus to launch a tech accelerator for emerging companies looking to make it big in mixed reality entertainment.
The latest corporate to join the ranks of those launching accelerator programs in a boost to bid their tech and innovation efforts is national law firm Mills Oakley, partnering with Collective Campus to find entrepreneurs working on concepts for new technologies or processes that will improve the way the firm operates or delivers its services.