Topic: Start-ups

Starting a start-up? It's for the feint-hearted, nor is dealing with those disrupting your business. We'll help you prepare for both

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High-tech disruption: what boards must do

Buying tech skills through acquisitions too often causes value destruction.

Stone & Chalk and AICD partner up

The AICD and Stone & Chalk are teaming up on a program for informing, educating and connecting directors to governance in the scale-up space.

Getting to the root of strong culture with Steve Vamos GAICD

Steve Vamos GAICD, CEO of Xero, shares his insights on the true meaning of good culture and why it’s directly linked to the performance of an organisation.

Is a startup board right for you?

Rick Baker, co-founder of Blackbird Ventures, shares his insights on investor directorship at some of Australia’s most successful global tech start-ups.

Governance has never been more important: Helen Coonan

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) opened its gates in November last year. Inaugural chair and former federal Assistant Treasurer Helen Coonan, spoke to us about priorities and chall...

Four lessons from a startup founder

With a vision to transform agriculture and improve global food production using AI and big data, The Yield is an unconventional startup. Here are four crucial lessons CEO Ros Harvey has learned, which...

Survival tips for start-ups

Many start-ups fail due to pressures from funding and high growth. Marc Orchard, the Director of Startups with BDO in Brisbane, outlines how start-ups can maximise their chances for survival.

Be prepared to disrupt your own start-up: Carsales CEO

Cameron McIntyre, CEO and Managing Director of Carsales, talks to us about what it takes to build a young business into one of Australia’s largest online auto marketplaces, with operations acros...

8 tips for startup boards

Digital banking startup Xinja wants to disrupt the status quo of banking. Founder Eric Wilson and chair Lindley Edwards share their tips for startup directors.

Governing start-ups through a haze of information uncertainty

Less board materials and higher uncertainty of ventures force a more hands-on approach
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