The textiles industry is bursting at the seams with innovation, with some of the more recent technological advances positively impacting a wide range of businesses – making textile-tech an exciting space to watch.
Not only are Australians quickly moving towards a cashless society, it appears consumers are also doing their best to avoid credit card payments – and the knock-on effects are already being felt.
With an increasing trend of businesses taking ‘card not present’ payments online, MYOB has partnered with The ai Corporation to deliver an industry-leading payment gateway that actively works to detect and protect against fraudulent activities.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, is a space within the global technology ecosystem that continues to produce some of the world’s most innovative devices. And it’s beginning to impact markets at all levels.
Redbubble is one of Australia’s eCommerce success stories. It’s long been synonymous with co-founder and CEO Martin Hosking – but his stepping down earlier this year led to one question: why now?
On the face of it, consulting hasn’t fundamentally change in decades. The client has a problem, you help solve it – but everything surrounding that model has changed. Here’s how new trends may reshape these services again.
Come Sunday morning, people may always need their smashed avocado, but the way hospitality businesses plates up that smashed avo will change over the next five to ten years. Here’s how.
Retail’s a tough gig at the moment. But as we know, necessity is the mother of invention and this means there are all sorts of retail tech solutions appearing. Here are five of the most promising we’ve seen.
When talking about construction, the term ‘cutting edge’ is most often used in its literal sense. But there are a few examples innovative technologies beginning to make waves. Here are the five tech trends set to take the sector by storm.