Economy in Transition: Startups, innovation, and a workforce for the future

Economy in Transition: Startups, innovation, and a workforce for the future Economy in Transition: Startups, innovation, and a workforce for the future

Startups, innovation, and a workforce for the future

The future of work has recently become a topic of intensive study as changes in global economic dynamics have begun to impact national economies. These changes have not escaped the attention of political and business leaders, who have become increasingly aware that profound changes to the nature of how and why people are employed are just over the horizon. These changes are now being seen by the public, as companies like Uber, Airbnb, Xero, and Netflix disrupt industries across the economic spectrum. This trend is likely to continue as a new generation of digital startups extend their reach and impact.

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#StartupAUS is excited to announce the formation of the Tech Council of Australia, a new peak industry body representing the technology industry. 
Building on the work of StartupAUS, the Tech Council aims to engage with governments, businesses and the wider community to help support the ongoing creation, development, and adoption of technology across industries, including continuing advocacy policy issues affecting our early-stage startup ecosystem. 
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