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    Alfred Chan is an Analyst at Emerald Financial, specialising in ASX-listed small cap companies.

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  • Racing shines amid snap lockdowns as Apiam capitalises on booming veterinary market

    With a drama filled weekend that resulted in the relocation of several AFL and NRL matches rescheduled in response to snap lockdowns, one sport remains consistent as a rock and a money spinner for Governments, having thrived since the start of the pandemic – horse racing.  At the same time as a mass exodus from

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  • Talking Head platform progresses as Directors go chips in on Crowd Media’s artificial intelligence

    Alongside an impressive financial turnaround where artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) improved its cash flow by 46% in the June Quarter, its Directors like what they are seeing behind closed doors, significantly increasing their holdings over the quarter.  On target to commercialise their Talking Head platform in 2022 (a voice-and-visual platform powered by

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  • Beston lands the big cheese with $20 million mozzarella deal

    Taking a bit of the stringy goodness that is cheese on pizza, there’s a pretty good chance that you’re eating mozzarella produced by Beston Global Food Company (ASX: BFC) which has secured a contract to produce about 3,600 million tonnes of mozzarella per annum. The supply deal will see Beston produce around 50% of all

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  • The ASX-listed company that openly promotes Insider Trading

    It may be frowned upon in many circles, in fact it’s downright illegal, but that hasn’t stopped one ASX-listed company which has undergone some whacky share price movements to actively encourage insider trading amongst its shareholders. To the relief of market regulators, Insider Trading is the latest product launched by wine distribution company Digital Wine

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  • Revenue records tumble as Novatti scales new heights in digital payments era

    Few companies have been as well positioned for the digital transformation accelerated by a global pandemic than digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) which has capped off a monumental year of fintech deals with record payment processing revenues. Generating $4.9 million in sales revenue for the quarter ended 30 June 2021, Novatti also set

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  • 3 small caps under $1 to benefit from Commonwealth Bank’s mass branch closures

    As Aussies continue to shift towards a cashless economy, Commonwealth Bank has confirmed it will be closing 10% of their branch network at lunchtime for reduced operating hours in response to declining foot traffic as we move all our banking and finance needs online.  Where branches traditionally facilitated cash transactions, the declining use of cash

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  • Bidding war ends with Japara recommending aged care takeover at 81% premium

    Despite the struggles endured by aged care operators through the pandemic, business has been booming for most, including Japara Healthcare (ASX: JHC) whose Board of Directors is recommending a $588 million takeover offer from rival Calvary after a spirited bidding war. The offer for Japara’s 50 homes and five retirement villages that house more than

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  • Harris Technology to build on record sales with launch of new eCommerce channel

    Lockdowns lead to increased online shopping. With the financial data we have seen across the last 18 months, there is no disputing this equation as Australians have flocked online in droves leading tech retailer Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) to report $5.13 million in monthly sales through June. While the record monthly sales sat alongside record

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  • Mighty Craft to launch Better Beer as Australia’s newest zero-carb beer

    Fresh from completing their $29 million capital raise last week, beverage company Mighty Craft (ASX: MCL) has confirmed its entry into the zero-carb beer market which will extend its footprint in the healthy alcoholic beverage sector. The launch of ‘Better Beer’ will be facilitated via a new partnership between social media company The Inspired Unemployed

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  • Etherstack lands big kahuna with $11.6m Samsung 5G integration deal

    When working in telecommunications, a tick of approval doesn’t come much bigger than one from Samsung which has agreed to integrate wireless tech company Etherstack’s (ASX: ESK) products into their 5G networks. The 5-year deal valued at $11.6m will see Samsung embed Etherstack’s MCPTX network component into their 5G networks. This will enable the facilitation

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  • It’s hard work finding Love in lockdown

    Amongst the many inconveniences brought upon by the global pandemic, lovelorn singles across Asia have had a difficult time finding ‘the one’ prompting matchmaker Love Group (ASX:LVE) to consider expanding beyond its flagship South-East Asian markets. Reporting cash receipts of $690k for the Quarter ended 30 June 2021, it was a 11% improvement on the

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  • PointsBet enters Arizona by partnering with the Yavapai-Apache Nation

    Fresh from the legalisation of online sports betting in the State of Arizona, bookmaker PointsBet (ASX: PBH) has entered the desert state via a deal with the Yavapai-Apache Nation to launch betting operations within their Cliff Castle Casino Hotel. The partnership comes just a few months after Arizona Governor Doug Ducey legalised sports betting in

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  • Mach7 secures top US healthcare network on $4.3m medical imaging deal

    Medical imaging specialist Mach7 (ASX: M7T) has consolidated its position in the lucrative US market by securing Advocate Aurora Health (AAH), one of the largest integrated healthcare networks, on their full suite of medtech software. The 5-year deal is valued at $4.3m to Mach7 and increases the existing relationship between the two companies with AAH

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  • Malaysian Government orders VIP Gloves to shut down all operations

    The world could soon have a shortage of disposable gloves with rising COVID cases in Malaysia prompting mass lockdowns, including the halting of operations for manufacturer VIP Gloves (ASX: VIP) which has been one of the biggest beneficiaries from the pandemic.  The operational update comes as initial lockdowns in Selangor first introduced on July 3

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  • Forbidden Foods enter lucrative Philippines market ripe for health foods

    Home to a population of 110 million with a rapidly growing middle-class, health food company Forbidden Foods (ASX: FFF) has entered the lucrative Philippines market via a distribution deal for their toddler nutrition brand FUNCH and plant-based food brand Sensory Mill. The exclusive distribution deal has been inked with Manila-based Moshi Wellness who have been

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  • It’s not coming home but English soccer fans could soon have beers delivered to their seats

    There will be no trophy coming home for English soccer fans but the next best thing for them could be beers delivered to their seats at games with Manchester City engaging sportstech company MSL Solutions (ASX: MSL) for point-of-sale terminals at their stadiums.  The 450 POS terminals will be installed at their home ground, Etihad

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  • Youfoodz to cut losses by voting in favour of opportune takeover by HelloFresh

    An extraordinary period for shareholders in meal delivery company Youfoodz (ASX: YFZ) is set to come to a close, albeit many are likely to be disgruntled with the Company recommending a takeover bid from rival HelloFresh at a whopping 57% discount on their IPO price just 8 months earlier. The takeover has come by way

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  • Wesfarmers to enter healthcare with $687m takeover of Priceline

    Retail conglomerate Wesfarmers (ASX: WES) is set to create a new health and wellbeing division to service one of Australia’s fastest growing industries via the acquisition of Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (ASX: API), the operators of Priceline Pharmacies. A non-binding offer has been presented to the Board of API to acquire 100% of the shares on

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  • Regulators approve LiveVerdure’s turmeric capsules to alleviate joint pain

    Joint pain continues to emerge as one of the most debilitating conditions among Australia’s aging population but that can now be addressed with superfoods company LiveVerdure’s (ASX: LV1) latest product TheraJoint+, turmeric capsules that have been approved by Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA). TheraJoint+ is part of LiveVerdure’s 13 Seeds brand and is the brand’s

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  • Who Dat? Drew Brees signs with PointsBet as global ambassador

    Just hanging up the cleats a few months ago, future NFL Hall-of-Fame quarterback Drew Brees will not be lost to sporting fans around the world having quickly been snapped up by sportsbetting company PointsBet (ASX: PBH) as their newest brand ambassador. Brees, who was loved by all NFL fans as one of the greatest quarterbacks

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  • Online shopping booms as Harris Technology reports 209% sales increase

    In the wake of a pandemic which has led to much more time spent at home, Australians have been a productive bunch, spending big on technology products. That spending has shown no signs of slowing down either, with eCommerce company Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) reporting a 209% increase in revenue to $42 million. Interestingly, the

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  • CleanSpace sales plummet following opportunistic IPO just months earlier

    Investors who participated in the IPO of respiratory equipment manufacturer CleanSpace (ASX: CSX) will be concerned as to how the company can turn their fortunes around, following a massive decline in sales which keen pundits had expected in the wake of a recovering pandemic.  For the Half-Year ended 30 June 2021, CleanSpace generated $10.2m from

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  • Australian First – Carnarvon launches venture to produce renewable diesel and graphene

    Fresh off their declaration to be a net-zero carbon emissions business before 2050, oil and gas company Carnarvon Petroleum (ASX: CVN) has committed $2.6 million into a joint venture project aiming to produce renewable diesel and other sustainable products, including graphene. The fund will secure a 50% equity stake in the venue in partnership with

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  • Healthia expands in Queensland and Tasmania with attractive clinic acquisitions

    It hasn’t taken long for allied healthcare operator Healthia (ASX: HLA) to get the ball rolling in the new financial year, acquiring three new businesses in Queensland and Tasmania under their annual commitment to deploy $20m towards growth each year.  The acquisitions include two optometry businesses in North Queensland and one physiotherapy clinic in Tasmania.

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  • A unicorn brewing? Institutions back Novatti with $40m investment

    Since offering their last capital raise to accelerate growth, digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has increased its market cap by more than 200% which was one reason institutions were keen to get involved with the Aussie fintech and their latest expansion plans.  The cornerstone of what will be a total $45 million raise

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  • Pharmaxis streamlines operations with $2m sale of Australian distribution rights

    Having successfully developed a number of drugs through to regulatory approval and commercial sales, Pharmaxis (ASX: PXS) is set to realise a $2 million windfall with the sale of their Australian distribution rights, a move that will focus the Company’s efforts towards their advancing cancer treatment clinical trials. The deal will send the distribution rights

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  • Harris Technology hits $1m milestone in monthly eBay sales as winning streak continues

    It seems that Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) has the Midas Touch because everything they’ve been a part of recently has turned to gold. Fresh off a record Prime Day in sales on Amazon, Harris Technology has reported a bumper result on eBay to generate $1.1 million in sales, their first 7-figure month.  Impressively, the online

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  • Apiam expands equine vet footprint in Queensland in time for breeding season

    Fresh from the Queensland Winter Carnival where horse racing has taken centre stage in the state for the past month, veterinary clinic operator Apiam Animal Health (ASX: AHX) will be coming home with a prized trophy having acquired Scenic Rim Vets for $16 million.  Scenic Rim Vets is made up of clinics in Beaudesert, a

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  • Class set to capitalise on SOFY activity as accountants roll into FY22

    The SOFY acronym may not be as well known as its cousin EOFY but similar opportunities exist for thematic investors to capitalise on stocks that benefit from the Start of Financial Year festivities. As a period dedicated to accountants that will be frantically logging receipts to fall within the FY21 reporting period, fintech provider Class

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  • Medibank to refund customers $105m in unclaimed health insurance rebates

    An insurance company giving us a break on unclaimed premiums? That’s unheard of! Nope, that’s actually what Medibank (ASX: MPL) are doing with Australians having been notably more cautious through the pandemic, enabling the private health insurer to return $105 million to its customers. The refund is part Medibank’s COVID-19 financial support package which is

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  • Pandemic car sales in cruise control as Autosports Group adds major Mazda dealership

    Since the beginning of the pandemic, where trust in the public transport network sent Aussies towards new and used cars in droves, Autosports Group (ASX: ASG) is continuously brought upon by their excellent sales, adding dealership John Newell Mazda to their network via acquisition. The deal will secure 80% of the Mazda dealership for $12

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  • Quick rebound, Southern Cross Media inks affiliate advertising deal with Network 10

    After having a major contract with Nine Entertainment not be renewed, Southern Cross Media (ASX: SXL) has bounced back to land Network 10 for a regional affiliate deal that will offer the network a boost in advertising revenue.  The 2-year deal with Network 10 comes after three months of negotiations which will see Southern Cross

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  • Prime Day bonanza as Harris Technology capitalises on EOFY spending with record sales

    Coming to an End of the Financial Year where Australians have spent more time working from home than ever before, many have cottoned on to the opportunity to claim sizable tax deductions by upgrading their home offices. And the big winner – Harris Technology (ASX: HT8).  As the Number 1 ranked seller on Amazon Australia,

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  • Crowd Media bringing AI to telehealth in Africa with PangeaMed partnership

    There’s too many people and not enough medical professionals. For many years, this has been the underlying problem with healthcare in Africa but that could soon change with artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) set to introduce medical AI as a solution.  Entry into the African healthcare market has commenced via a Binding Heads

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  • US real estate agents surging onto RateMyAgent platform in droves

    Record-high house prices in the United States are seeing more owners listing their properties to take advantage of low interest rates. This has created a hugely competitive landscape for real estate agents with many turning to online RMA Global’s (ASX: RMY) RateMyAgent platform to gain an edge in self-promotion.  Now with more than 122,000 agents

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  • Catapult acquires sports tech founded in collaboration with Mercedes F1 that delivered 7 straight titles

    Sports tech and data analytics company Catapult Sports (ASX: CAT) is set to substantially expand its technology suite with the $45 million acquisition of SBG Sports Software, a tech business originally founded in collaboration with Mercedes F1.  With Formula 1 being one of the world’s most lucrative sports that has long been reliant on engineering

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  • Openpay acquires Payment Assist in largest ever UK BNPL acquisition

    In one fell swoop, Aussie buy-now-pay-later provider Openpay (ASX: OPY) has tripled its revenue and customers in the UK via their acquisition of specialist automotive lender Payment Assist in what will be the largest BNPL acquisition in the UK to date. The deal will accelerate Openpay’s pathway to profitability in the UK with the addition

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  • Veris links up with John Holland to capitalise on $110 billion infrastructure pipeline

    Australia is growing at a rate faster than developers can handle which is why the big guys are now increasing their resources via partnerships with the little guys, as Veris Australia (ASX: VRS) becomes the latest to be engaged by infrastructure giant John Holland Group. The 18-month Framework Agreement sees John Holland committing to building

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  • Ocean Grown Abalone applies for sustainability certification as sales boom

    Having recently reported record monthly sales, aquaculture company Ocean Grown Abalone (ASX: OGA) is set to further enhance the marketability of their seafood having applied for special sustainability certification for their Flinders Bay farm. The certification application will be conducted by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), an independent body that works to ensure the sustainability

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  • DC Two launches new vertical offering eco-friendly Bitcoin mining data centres

    With the price of Bitcoin appearing to have found its newest support level amid the price boom which sent BTC to it’s all-time high, data centre company DC Two (ASX: DC2) has found an innovative way to capitalise, leasing out modular data centres to miners seeking to reduce their power consumption expenses.  The process of

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  • The ASX small cap stock set for a boost from Amazon Prime Day

    If you haven’t seen the ads that have been peppering Australian television and media over the past week, Amazon Prime Day is coming on June 21 and 22 which means there’s going to be a flurry of retail activity that ASX investors can keep an eye on.  Although Amazon’s entry in the Australian market is

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  • Family lawsuits booming as AF Legal finalises NSW expansion

    With such an increase in time spent at home over the past year as a result of the pandemic, it seems not all Australians are enjoying each other’s company as evidenced by the rise in filings from family law specialists AF Legal (ASX: AFL). So busy has the firm been, it’s now added large offices

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  • Cash Converters so much more than pawn brokers as non-bank lending thrives

    At a time when Buy Now Pay Later companies have disrupted the Australian credit economy, Cash Converters (ASX: CCV) is making a strong comeback in the personal finance sector having transitioned away from their image as opportunistic pawnbrokers. The renaissance of Cash Converters which has increased marketing spend, evidenced through television advertising that features prominent

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  • Pharmaxis eyes cancer treatment trials in US as dosage study advances

    A new treatment for the deadly bone marrow cancer myelofibrosis is one step closer to a FDA application with clinical stage drug development company Pharmaxis (ASX: PXS) having successfully completed dosing of the first stage of its current trial. With the first dosing of PXS-5505 confirmed as safe by the study’s safety monitoring committee, Pharmaxis

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  • White whale secured as iSelect adds Bupa to platform for health insurance comparison

    In a deal that has taken many years to execute, online price comparison company iSelect (ASX: ISU) has finally secured an affiliate marketing deal to promote Bupa, Canstar’s ‘Outstanding Value Health Insurance’ National Award winner for 13 years running. Given the public accolades won over the past decade as a household name across Australia, it’s

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  • Crowd Media showcases disruptive potential with 100% digitally produced doppelganger

    Within their latest Proof of Concept, artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has showcased the interactive capabilities of its conversational commerce platform where digital avatars of celebrities and influencers can interact with fans, offer advice and unlock new commercial opportunities. In their latest public release of ‘Digital Dom’ – a 100% synthetically produced version

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  • Prairie Mining commences $1.5 billion litigation against Republic of Poland

    The market cap of Prairie Mining (ASX: PDZ) could increase 30x if the small cap mining company is successful in its case against the Republic of Poland having lodged its £806 million Statement of Claim against the nation for depriving it of its investments. The claim (which is equivalent to AUD $1.5 billion or USD

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  • Delta Drones secures 5-year extension from South32 as mining tech undergoes transformation

    Where costs to survey expansive land masses has always been the largest impediment to mining discoveries, the evolution of drone technology is playing a big role in lowering those costs as evidenced by the 5-year extension secured by Delta Drone (ASX: DLT) from South32, one of the world’s largest resource companies. The contract extension continues

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  • Casino industry in disarray as SkyCity joins list of money-laundering investigations

    As an industry which has long been a vital gateway for organised crime, financial crime regulators appear to finally be catching up in the race with SkyCity Entertainment (ASX: SKC) the latest to have their operations probed by AUSTRAC. The investigation was confirmed this morning by the New Zealand-based company which operates SkyCity Adelaide and

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  • Stealth secures major customer boost via $4.2m acquisition of Skipper Transport Parts

    Industrial and automotive supplies company Stealth Global Holdings (ASX: SGI) has secured some of Australia’s largest companies as new clients as part of a $4.2 million acquisition of Skipper Transport Parts, and its 1,250 customers. At present, Skipper is an operating division within AMCAP, a subsidiary of Eagers Automotive Limited (ASX: APE), Australia’s largest automotive

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  • Adherium submits FDA application for smart inhaler to digitise respiratory treatment

    Sufferers of asthma and COPD in the United States could soon have access to a digital inhaler device that will alert them when they have not inhaled enough medication as part of their treatment program with medtech company Adherium (ASX: ADR) submitting an FDA application for their device.  The application is for their Hallie® product,

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  • Nuix confirms profit downgrade as shares keep tumbling with class action pending

    Embattled forensic software and data analytics company Nuix (ASX: NXL) is deep in damage control following media reports of questionable practices, today downgrading their revenue forecasts, citing “uncertainty” in their ability to convert upsell opportunities.  The market update revises Nuix’s FY21 pro-forma revenue forecast to $173m-$182m, having previously forecast $180m-$185m in April 2021. Pro-forma EBITDA

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  • Tabcorp bidding war heats up as wagering guru Matt Tripp confirms $4 billion bid

    The bidding war for Tabcorp’s wagering business is heating up with the first domestic offer made by tech company BetMakers (ASX: BET) which is being advised by sportsbetting kingmaker Matt Tripp, with a bid valued at $4 billion. Despite the bid being from a Company whose market cap sits around $1.3 billion, the Aussie homegrown

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  • Is Conversational Commerce the next tech trend to achieve unicorn status?

    With populations becoming increasingly digital where instant messaging is rapidly making ground on email as the preferred means of digital communication, conversational commerce is emerging as the next big phenomenon in eCommerce. This was further highlighted by Mexican startup Yalo which recently raised USD $50m in Series C funding with global tech leaders keen to

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  • PointsBet loading up on Canada expansion as bill C-218 passes second Senate reading

    It seems it’s only a matter of time until sports betting becomes legalised in Canada and following the same strategy they employed for their United States expansion, bookmaker PointsBet (ASX: PBH) is readying operations north of the border to secure first mover advantage. As one of the most agile bookmakers in the world given its

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  • SenSen to grow retail theft smartcam capabilities with $6.5m acquisition

    Retail crime in Australia currently costs the industry more than $9 billion each year but that could soon be significantly reduced with smart city company SenSen Networks (ASX: SNS) acquiring Scancam for $6.5 million with plans to develop their tech further.  At present, Scancam is the leading provider of AI solutions for fuel retailers in

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  • Class accelerating growth with rapidly rising customer numbers

    Just 9 months on from the launch of their newest wealth management software, Class Limited (ASX: CL1) customer update is rapidly accelerating for Class Trust to be tracking 3 times quicker than its flagship SMSF software which has established itself as the market leader. Following extensive consultation from their thousands of customers which were crying

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  • Chinese demand for dairy thriving as Keytone Dairy triples sales

    Despite a decline in sales among larger Australian dairy product manufacturers, the smaller guys are still kicking strong as evidenced by Keytone Dairy (ASX: KTD) tripling its exports to China since the start of 2021. Orders have been particularly strong from Walmart China and Sam’s Club China with bulk buying of particular attraction to Chinese

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  • Airtasker comes back to market for more capital to fund US expansion

    Just two months after raising $15 million via their IPO, tech company Airtasker (ASX: ART) has returned to the market seeking to raise another $20 million to fund plans to expand into the United States. The expansion will be facilitated by Airtasker’s acquisition of services marketplace Zaarly and its 597,000 registered users and 900+ service

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  • Painchek to launch infant pain assessment app in Europe and APAC

    Worried parents across Europe and Asia Pacific will soon be able to know when their pre-verbal infants are feeling pain with medtech company PainChek (ASX: PCK) securing regulatory approval for their facial recognition app that assesses pain levels. Where infants cannot communicate their feelings, parents can take a quick smartphone video of the infant’s facial

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  • Emerald Financial Research Note – Pharmaxis Ltd

    Earlier this week, the Advisors at Emerald Financial recently released a Speculative Buy report on Pharmaxis Ltd (ASX: PXS). Key Highlights include: • FDA approval to commence Phase 2 cancer treatment human trials of PXS-5505; • Patient recruitment has commenced in Australia and South Korea; • Bronchitol sales rising, following FDA approval in October 2020;Read More
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  • Class sweeps tech awards as Australia’s top Wealth Management & SMSF platform

    At a time when digitisation of financial services is being accelerated to improve regulatory compliance, fintech company Class Limited (ASX: CL1) has dominated the Wealth Management & SMSF category at the 2021 the Australian Digital Technology Awards. The awards recognise digital technology companies that provide outstanding outcomes within the financial services industry across Mortgages, Law,

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  • 100% positive customer reviews drive Harris Technology sales

    100% customer satisfaction is something all retailers dream of but Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) is one of the very few that have achieved it on the world’s largest marketplace.  Having long been a leading retailer of IT products and consumer electronics, Harris Technology emerged as the number one ranked technology retailer on Amazon’s Australian marketplace

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  • Fortescue takes K2fly’s ‘social licence’ software global with 3-year extension

    In a big show of confidence towards resources tech company K2fly (ASX: K2F), global mining company Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: FMG) has extended their engagement by 3-years which includes plans to streamline  operations onto K2fly software. The contract extension is valued at $1.45 million over the three years and will take the partnership into its

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  • Main Event remains strong asset for Ardent post pandemic

    Having long been the target of acquisition talks, Ardent Leisure (ASX: ALG) will be pleased to have held on to Main Event Entertainment when talks went quiet amid the onset of a pandemic. But having held their stake through disastrous trading conditions, the US-based entertainment centre business is now thriving as Americans are flocking to

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  • Healthia expands optometry network with more savvy acquisitions

    Fresh from their expansion into optometry services, Healthia (ASX: HLA) has hit the ground running, adding two new clinics to their network of more than 200 healthcare businesses as Australia’s fastest-growing allied health company. The two clinics fall within the newly established Eyes & Ears division of Healthia which was formed following their $43 million

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  • humm confirms UK and Canada expansion as its BNPL app downloads soar

    Australia’s only profitable provider of pure play Buy-Now-Pay-Later services (BNPL) is set to expand its international footprint with the launch of businesses in the United Kingdom and Canada with humm (ASX: HUM) planning to be live in both regions before the end of 2021. Plans are on track to launch in the UK by June

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  • Frugl users demand gluten free grocery searches, they delivered!

    As Australians have become much more accustomed to home cooking, tech company Frugl (ASX: FGL) has responded to demand from its 4,000 active users to offer filtering functionality for gluten free products in its grocery comparison app. With last year’s pandemic lockdowns forcing households to cook at home more, the Frugl app which is free

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  • More surveillance contracts for icetana in the Middle East

    In a world which is becoming ever more deceptive, surveillance plays a major role in maintaining world order, a thematic that continues to be drawn upon by security tech company icetana (ASX: ICE) which has further increased its exposure in the Middle East. Already with a global footprint of enterprise customers that use its artificial

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  • Woolworths flags June 24 for Endeavour Group demerger

    Keen eyes have long identified the demerger of Endeavour Group from Woolworths (ASX: WOW) as the most anticipated spinout in years and a date has finally been set which will see Australia’s leading drinks and hospitality group listed on their own.  Operating a drinks business portfolio that includes Dan Murphy’s and BWS as well as

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  • RentPay launched with target of 200,000 paying customers

    Offering the long-needed solution to a disconnect between tenants, agents and landlords, property tech company Rent.com.au (ASX: RNT) has successfully launched their innovative new platform RentPay which is now available in the Apple and Google app stores. Already with more than 1 million customers using their flagship Rent.com.au website, RentPay takes the tenant experience further

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  • Mobecom adds Coles, Kmart, Bunnings and more as clients with Neat Ideas acquisition

    A power balance is in the process of shifting in the retail world where brand loyalty is one of the most valuable assets a consumer owns, often unknown to the consumer themselves. Identifying this changing trend, eCommerce company Mobecom (ASX: MBM) has acquired rewards business Neat Ideas to enhance their customer engagement platform.  Core to

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  • Top ASX small caps fund eyes growth in this fintech with $3.5m on-market buying

    As one of Australia’s most successful funds in the small cap space returning more than 100% in the past 12 months, savvy investors may be intrigued to see Microequities has progressively increased their holding in one fintech company over the past 12 months.  Specialising in the small caps sector, the Microequities Pure Microcap Value Fund

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  • Lending giant secures stake in Novatti neobank with $18m funding commitment

    Having built one of the most comprehensive networks of banking service partners over the past two years, digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has been noticed on the global stage, securing $18 million in funding for the launch of their planned neobank.  The funding commitment comes from BC Investment Group (BC Invest) which offers

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  • Charlie Teo Foundation backs Pharmaxis with brain cancer research funding

    Killing more children than any other disease, the average survival rate after diagnosis of brain cancer is only 15 months. But that could soon change with the Charlie Teo Foundation funding new research into a drug developed by Aussie pharmaceuticals company Pharmaxis (ASX: PXS) to tackle glioblastoma, the most common form of brain cancer. The

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  • Pointsbet nails customer acquisition by offering golf date with Paige Spiranac

    When it comes to witty advertising, meme-loving sports fans give marketing professionals unlimited creative licence but going back to basics, Pointsbet (ASX: PBH) increased it’s instagram following five-fold by simply offering a golf date with Paige Spiranac. Signing on as a global brand ambassador in January 2021, the former professional golfer has graced the screens

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  • Crowd Media continues financial turnaround, accelerating AI platform to commercialisation

    Marking their first cash flow positive quarter since commencing a business transformation in 2019, artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) is well positioned to commercialise their Talking Head platform which is set to disrupt a $5 billion industry.  The $300k net positive cash flow for the quarter ended 31 March 2021 represented a 148%

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  • Wellness for all as Wisr boasts record revenue and acknowledgement as best place to work

    Neolender Wisr (ASX: WZR) has continued its ascension up the ranks of one of Australia’s fastest growing tech companies with the wellness of their customers driving quarterly revenue up 275% while being acknowledged by Deloitte as one of Australia’s fastest growing tech companies.  The recognition comes with Wisr coming in at #19 in the Deloitte

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  • Afterpay selects Novatti as partner in New Zealand BNPL expansion

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  • Raiz adds property as alternative asset class for micro-investing, joins crypto

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  • Track your kids, pets and seniors with geotags, Life360 to acquire Jiobit wearables

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  • Karst backs Aussie small cap following hugely successful pharma strategy

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  • Archer secures access to $150m deep tech facility to advance nano-biochip for disease detection

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  • Harris Technology lines up eCommerce expansion with $5m fundraising

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  • Coffee lovers unite, Rewardle eyes equity in Beanhunter

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  • Live Verdure to take on US nutraceuticals market with FDA approval for hemp superfoods

    As the world becomes more accepting of medicinal cannabis, hemp has been another big winner in terms of marketability which has led nutraceuticals company Live Verdure (ASX: LV1) to the United States which is the world’s largest market for such products. Owners of the hemp-based food brands “13 Seeds” and “8 Seeds” which originate from

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  • Traffic Technologies ready for return of road traffic with $1.7m order for smart city products

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  • Woolworths secures majority of Quantium with $223m investment into data science

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  • Uscom hits jackpot with China approval for hypertension monitor

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  • Emerald Financial Research Note – Healthia Ltd

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  • Atlanta Falcons turn to Australians to solve lead-blowing woes

    While Australian influence on the field of America’s National Football League (NFL) is growing, the bigger influence is coming off the field with sports tech and data analytics company Catapult (ASX: CAT) contracted by all 32 teams in the league now that the Atlanta Falcons are sick of losing, and have signed up.  The Falcons,

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  • Qantas boss pumped for NZ bubble despite $11 billion loss of revenue

    News of the international travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand is music to the ears of Qantas (ASX: QAN) CEO Alan Joyce, who has probably endured the toughest gig amongst top executives having had to navigate $11 billion in lost revenue through no fault of their own. While the airfares will be one way

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  • Pharmaxis streamlines operations with $2m sale of Russian distribution rights

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  • Universal Biosensors enters collaboration to diagnose cancer from a finger prick

    Life expectancy rates following the diagnosis of cancer could soon be significantly improved through early detection if biotech company Universal Biosensors (ASX: UBI) is successful in their newest research collaboration aiming to instantly identify cancer cells from a simple finger prick.  The research project will be part of an exclusive collaboration between Deakin University’s Institute

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  • How Bitcoin is assisting this ASX listed eCommerce player

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  • Novatti adds RippleNet processing to digital payment revenue streams

    Within months of announcing their partnership with global payments disruptor Ripple, digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) is actively utilising blockchain fintech to remit money between Australia and Asia as their newest revenue stream.  Long-time specialists in cross-border payments with an international network of partners, Novatti first engaged Ripple in December 2020 to connect

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  • Cybersafe learning surges in education market as Family Zone sales double

    Remote learning within the education system has shown no signs of slowing down despite opportunities for many students to return back to the classrooms with edutech company Family Zone Cyber Safety (ASX: FZO) having doubled its sales for the March quarter.  As of 31 March 2021, Family Zone had contracted 3,135 schools to their software

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  • No international students, no problem – iCollege records record revenue

    Despite the travel restrictions that have limited international student enrollments in Australia, domestic students have used the opportunity to hone their skill sets with education provider iCollege (ASX: ICT) recording record revenue for the March quarter.  Revenue for the quarter was up 52% to $4.55 million compared to the previous corresponding quarter ($2.99m) when the

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  • Crowd Media showcases newest AI as example of disruption to eCommerce

    Online shopping experiences will soon be very different to the current one-dimensional standard following the launch of artificial intelligence company Crowd Media’s (ASX: CM8) latest talking head which was produced entirely by digital media and powered by AI.  The talking head named ‘Digital Dom’ is a digital avatar of Crowd’s co-founder and Director Domenic Carosa

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  • Bass and Swinburne to collaborate on graphene alternative to flammable cladding

    Following an array of fire-related incidents which have unnerved the construction industry and destroyed real estate valuations where flammable cladding has been installed, Bass Metals (ASX: BSM) and Swinburne University will partner for advanced material research using Expandable Graphite and Graphene for an eco-friendly solution.  The Master Research and Development Agreement will see Bass provide

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  • Digital cards to alter gift giving for good as iGoDirect integrate Apple and Google Pay

    A revolution in the concept of gift giving is happening before our eyes where the rise of online retail has changed the dynamic of buying presents towards a wholly digital process being facilitated by iGoDirect’s virtual gift cards platform.  The change is being driven by the rise of gift cards being exchanged online through iGoDirect’s

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  • Titomic enters JV to manufacture and sell aerospace and defence Faceplates

    One of the world’s most popular metal products used in aerospace and defence industries will soon be produced in the United Kingdom with metal additives specialist Titomic (ASX: TTT) partnering with UK-based Neos to manufacture and sell the products. The joint venture is an extension of existing business between Titomic and Neos which will draw

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  • Buddy and Harris Tech link up to drive smart lighting in Aussie households

    As Australians have become adept at spending more time at home alongside a rise in working-from-home and remote learning, Buddy Technologies (ASX: BUD) and Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) have joined forces to promote smart lighting for more efficient energy consumption.  The push comes with smart home products manufacturer Buddy Technologies appointing Harris as an authorised

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  • Elite athletes in Asia are now using cannabis gels to aid recovery

    Although it may not be available in Australia for some time due to regulatory restrictions, the newest range of Cronos Australia’s (ASX: CAU) cannabidiol gels to aid high performance are set to hit retail shelves in Hong Kong and Japan. The FCTR range (pronounced Factor) of gels contain pure cannabidiol (CBD) which is mixed with

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  • Pharmaxis targeting scar-free recovery from burns with world-first trials

    One of the world’s most respected surgeons in the field of burns and trauma recovery will lead world-first clinical trials aiming to stop scars forming, particularly after burn injuries, utilising the latest discovery by biopharmaceuticals company Pharmaxis (ASX: PXS).  The discovery, known as PXS-6302 has shown promising pre‐clinical results in inhibiting the enzymes that play

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  • Infrastructure development surge drives record month for Acrow scaffolding services

    Pushes in infrastructure development across Australia’s major cities is driving demand for scaffolding and support with product hiring specialists Acrow (ASX: ACF) reporting a record month of hire contract wins in March, totaling $5.9 million for the month. The record month tops the previous held in November 2020 by 18% and continues a purple patch

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  • Harris Technology to bring top gaming brands to Australia amid industry growth

    While locked down through the pandemic, gaming emerged as one of the most popular means of entertainment. As first-time gamers are now evolving and driving industry growth, Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) has signed reseller deals to bring two of the world’s most popular gaming product brands into its portfolio. Although pandemic lockdowns have now eased,

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  • Workplace digitisation a boon for Cirrus with $6m in new IT contract wins

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  • Billing automation software launches in US as Novatti international expansion continues

    Within one year of acquiring billing automation business Emersion, digital payments and fintech specialists Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) have launched the software in the United States as part of their international expansion plans to capitalise on burgeoning demand for payments automation. The launch replicates Emersion’s existing Software-as-a-Service business model which has proven hugely successful in

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  • Is Wisr looking at micro-investing functionality through Arbor partnership?

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  • Takeover offers knocked back but Tabcorp confirms wagering demerger is on the cards

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  • eBay in discussions with Digital Wines for marketplace wine sales, shares surge 50%

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  • MMA capitalises on East Asia clean energy push with $7m wind farms contract

    Marine construction specialists MMA Offshore (ASX: MMA) has secured three contracts for a range of offshore wind farm services where they will mobilise three vessels off the coast of Taiwan. East Asia has emerged as a core focus for MMA’s offshore services where the region is making a concerted effort to improve its clean energy

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  • Inject-Now-Pay-Later – yep, you can with humm

    Aussies hoping for that botox top-up but are strapped for cash will be able to purchase their desired injectables through buy-now-pay-later with humm (ASX: HUM) adding popular skin care clinics to their bulging list of merchant partners, alongside a range of health and wellness providers.  Offering BNPL services to its customers for purchases up to

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  • CSIRO engages Singular Health for AI-imaging of spines to reduce data processing time

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  • Harris Technology secures top eCommerce executive Guy Polak

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  • Angel Seafood to build automated FlipFarm following strong oyster demand and sales

    Hitting restaurants and beaches in droves following months of pandemic lockdowns, the Australian love for seafood saw increased demand for organic oysters farmed by Angel Seafood (ASX: AS1) which is set to double its annual supply in coming years through new breeding facilities. Angel Seafood will shortly commence construction of their FlipFarming project at Coffin

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  • Payright launches Bill Smoothing to aggregate utilities and annual expenses with BNPL

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  • K-TIG links up with top Korean military manufacturer for artillery project

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  • Rent.com.au flags BNPL capabilities for RentPay through SkyCredit partnership

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  • Rising demand for home offices sees Harris Technology partner with MYSALE

    Despite pandemic restrictions being lifted, the working-from-home trend is set to continue well into 2021 and beyond, leading Harris Technology (ASX: HT8) to link up with MYSALE Group for technology product distribution through their network of eCommerce lifestyle channels. The deal will see Harris Technology list more than 1,000 of their popular technology, IT and

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  • InteliCare launches aged care remote dashboard to track health of dependants

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  • Research Note: BUY on Novatti Group (ASX: NOV)

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  • Graphene coating kills E-Coli, Sparc Technologies testing identifies

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  • SECOS secures new plant to meet rising demand from plastic bags ban

    As Governments around the world continue pledging commitments to outlaw single-use plastic bags, envirotech company SECOS Group (ASX: SES) has seen rising demand for its compostable eco-friendly bags and have secured a new manufacturing facility to accommodate this growth. The facility has been secured in Malaysia (where the other SECOS products are produced), under a

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  • SEN to launch in New Zealand with Brendon McCullum headlining talent

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  • Local communities getting LITT up by latest Novatti-powered app

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  • PropTech confirms discussions with Harcourts for franchise CRM overhaul

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  • PointsBet makes strong push for market share of in-play sports betting

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  • Eco-Friendly tyre disposer Pearl Global expands waste-to-energy opportunities

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  • Crowd Media expands revenue streams with first Conversational AI licensing deal

    Deep in development of their Talking Heads platform that will revolutionise the way consumers interact with brands, artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has secured a new revenue stream with licencing of their proprietary Conversational AI technology.  The non-exclusive licence has been granted to digital media company Forever Holdings under SaaS terms valued at

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  • Decmil wins $140m contract to upgrade Victoria’s regional train network

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  • 3 small cap Artificial Intelligence companies with room to boom

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  • Southern Cross axed by Nine as TV partner, Ten the likely rebound hook-up

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  • Epsilon Healthcare expands medicinal cannabis telehealth to in-clinic locations

    Having developed a thriving telehealth business that has seen significant uptake from patients seeking medicinal cannabis solutions, Epsilon Healthcare (ASX: EPN) is set to expand into retail locations for in-clinic consultations.  While the progressive healthcare provider moves in the opposite direction to other medical clinics which were forced to adopt telehealth during the pandemic, telehealth

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  • Lifepay app enters commercial launch with strong demand for digital wallets

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  • Funtastic relaunching Babies”R”Us to service under-served market

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  • SciDev hoping one week trial will lead to larger Fortescue engagement

    Having secured a one week trial with one of the world’s largest resource companies, water tech company SciDev (ASX: SDV) now has a foot in the door at Fortescue Metals Group (ASX: FMG) with hopes of scaling the engagement to something more long-term. SciDev’s trial comes following a competitive tender process where Fortescue sought water

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  • Food Revolution launches Juice Super Shots seeking to follow popular US trend

    With natural shots and tonics hugely popular in the United States, Food Revolution Group (ASX: FOD) is tipping the social trend will expand to Australia with the launch of their Juice Lab Super Shots which are expected to be available in more than 1,800 retail locations shortly.  Packed into a 60ml plastic vial, the Juice

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  • K2fly secures another major mining software client amid commodities boom

    As precious metal prices continues to boom, mining tech company K2fly (ASX: K2F) has secured another major client for their resource management software with Coeur Mining the latest to sign on for a 5-year contract.  The contract win will see K2fly’s software rolled out across Coeur Mining’s (NASDAQ: CDE) five sites across North America in

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  • Crowd Media strengthens balance sheet as next AI milestone looms

    As long time leaders in the influencer and social media spaces, eCommence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) have had much of their digital market invaded through the pandemic, but emerged in a better than ever position thanks to prude capital management and their newly formed artificial intelligence alliance.  Key to Crowd’s financial improvement has been

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  • Peppermint expands reach in the Philippines with launch of micro-insurance app

    In a nation where household income is primarily earned by one family member, fintech company Peppermint Innovation (ASX: PIL) will be able to support families should the breadwinner encounter an unfortunate event, through the launch of their micro-insurance service in the Philippines. The bizmoProtect service enables Filipino residents to purchase insurance products which will insure

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  • Aerometrex opens online store to serve vacant SME segment seeking 3D datasets

    As the cost of big data decreases alongside advancements in technology and satellite imaging, aerial mapping company Aerometrex (ASX: AMX) will become the primary supplier of customised 3D datasets to small businesses through the launch of their new online store. 3D datasets and aerial mapping of topography have long been reserved for multinational corporations due

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  • Xero splashes €183.5 million on labour management acquisition with expansion plans

    Accounting software company Xero (ASX: XRO) is continuing its rise up the ladder as one the world’s most used business management platforms with the acquisition of European workforce management platform Planday and its 350,000 employee users. Planday, which has been a Xero ecosystem partner since 2019, enables businesses to analyse staffing needs and payroll expenses

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  • Defence funding increases K-TIG’s exposure to armoured vehicle manufacturing

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  • ResApp granted European approval for wearable cough assessment device

    Amid the growing concerns around coughing in public for the obvious reason, medtech company ResApp Health (ASX: RAP) has secured regulatory approval in Europe for their wearable device that analyses a person’s cough and the medical implications. The device, which is yet to be named, can be easily clipped on to a person’s shirt where

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  • 10yo Minneapolis boy lands $500k ‘influencer’ gig to promote Nutritional Growth Solutions to China

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  • Mighty Craft secures $500k grant to develop Distillery on Kangaroo Island

    Wildlife enthusiasts will soon be bringing home extra luggage from their Kangaroo Island visits with craft brewery and distillery business Mighty Craft (ASX: MCL) securing a $500k grant to develop a distillery on the picturesque island famous for its array of birds, beaches, seals and wildlife. The $500k comes from the South Australian Tourism Commission

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  • US Navy turns to Aussie manufacturing as Austal moors $295m ship order

    When it comes to defence force technology, Australia continues to be underrated as a leader on the global stage despite the United States Navy ordering their 15th vessel from Australian manufacturer Austal (ASX: ASB). The contract awarded is valued around USD$235m (AUD $295m) and will be the 15th Expeditionary Fast Transport (EPF) vessel to be

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  • Healthia earnings up 91% as pandemic boosts Aussie health consciousness

    As the world emerges from a pandemic, Australians are proving to be more conscious of their general health than ever as evidenced by allied health company Healthia (ASX: HLA) which has delivered shareholders a 91% increase in underlying EBITDA.  The bumper result was driven by 14.5% organic growth across the Group whose clinics continue to

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  • Overcoming off-field budget cuts, Catapult analytics prove essential across pro sports

    With crowd restrictions across professional sports brought upon by the pandemic, mass cuts across off-field departments resulted due to ticket sale losses. However, one glaring essential through the tough conditions was sports data analytics provided by Catapult (ASX: CAT). This was evidenced by the USD $33.2m revenue reported by Catapult for the Half-Year ending 31

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  • New rides and Theme Park upgrades – Ardent Leisure poised for pandemic recovery

    Despite being one of the most adversely affected businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic which shut down their theme parks and entertainment venues, Ardent Leisure (ASX: ALG) is recovering quicker than expected, having focused efforts on theme park upgrades and digital gaming channels that will create significant revenue opportunities. The theme parks operator continues to be

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  • Lifepay app to launch with $20.5m valuation as Novatti incubator project matures

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  • PropTech kicking goals and investing in future as real estate market heats up

    With COVID-19 having driven the real estate market towards digitisation through online inspection and digital auctions, property tech specialists PropTech Group (ASX: PTG) foresee this trend continuing and will invest in the future via acquisitions of Website Blue and Designly. Currently serving more than 2,400 real estate agencies across Australia and New Zealand, Website Blue

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  • Credit Intelligence launches BNPL service for business with first loans issued

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  • Healthia eyes off more acquisitions with NAB partnership, increases facility to $70m

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  • Wagering kingmaker Matt Tripp backs BetMakers with $25 million investment

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  • Playside Studios turns to gaming streamers LazerBeam and Fresh to create next title

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  • Catapult enhances off-field sports analytics partnering with PUSH and Pro Quick Draw

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  • ECS Botanics lines up UK and German customers for cannabis exports

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  • Seven West Media partners with Google, leads charge in future of news in Australia

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  • Digital Wines to integrate service into world’s most downloaded wine app

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  • Spectur to expand shark surveillance tech across NSW beaches

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  • How Talking Heads are the next generation of current text-only chatbots – Crowd Media Investor Briefing

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  • Product testing from Korean Institute confirms ASM Rare Earths plant on track for 2022

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  • Sezzle planning to double BNPL customers with new $250m debt facility

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  • BlackEarth shores up EV graphite supply with Luxcarbon agreement

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  • Pharmaxis sales thriving in US following FDA approval for cystic fibrosis treatment

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  • EasyStore partnership gives IOUpay instant access to 7,000 BNPL merchants

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  • Offering convenience for patients, Healthia opens new superclinic in Bundaberg

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  • Cann Group praying to recover $3.6m lost to internet scammers

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  • Australian Primary Hemp secures Woolworths distribution for mylk superfoods

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  • Vonex wins wholesale contract from telco conglomerate Orange

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  • Hand sanitiser: WA Government engages Matrix for solar-powered smart dispensers

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  • Pandemic focus on living better sends Healthia’s earnings skyward

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  • Anson accelerates Utah lithium mine as Biden calls for EV makers to “Buy American”

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  • 7th consecutive Quarter of record revenues for Novatti as US launch beckons

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  • Genetic Signatures’ testing kits approved in EU to address worrying STI numbers

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  • Crowd Media adds voice cloning for immersive celebrity experiences in AI deal

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  • Universal Biosensors brings winetech device to US to boost quality of wine

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  • Is there more than meets the eye to Healthia’s expansion into optometry?

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  • VIP Gloves secure CE Mark approval for increased European distribution

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  • Apple partners with Novatti to facilitate Visa card payments through Apple devices

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  • Kyckr partners with FrankieOne to increase financial crime surveillance

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  • PointsBet launches in another State as Michigan becomes sportsbetting State number six

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  • Leading US drone company places second order for Mobilicom tech

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  • Ecofibre secures CBD distribution to 5,000 US pharmacies

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  • Electronic warfare back from COVID break as DroneShield receive EU orders

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  • Money3 adds $23m Holden loan book amid shutdown, pays just $17m

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  • FBR to strengthen robot-built houses with German bricks trial

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  • Six small cap ASX tech stocks to watch in 2021

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  • AV uptake leads Audinate to push European expansion through recruiting drive

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  • JAT Corp to open first China retail gateway following 12 month COVID delay

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  • Quickfire FDA approval for Acrux’s testosterone sends share price soaring

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  • Crowd Media advances AI platform to rapidly roll out celebrity doppelgangers

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  • Return of dining sends Clean Seas fish sales up 39%, back to pre-pandemic levels

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  • Clean Teq secures water purification deals in Middle East and Queensland

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  • Cashed-up Novatti builds on neobank foundation with revenues rolling

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  • Research Note: Speculative Buy on Crowd Media (ASX: CM8)

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  • Houston We Have opens door to AI and machine learning for asset management

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  • NGS making US push, secures 1,000 sales reps to promote their pediatric growth products

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  • Ingenia expands tourism portfolio with $53m splash acquiring holiday parks

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  • Remote working trend prompts Knosys expansion with intranet service acquisition

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  • Austco racking up hospital-tech contract wins with Singapore hooking up 1,100 beds

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  • Ai-Media accelerates growth in the US with key media acquisitions

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  • Marley Spoon to triple production in 2021 as big winner from pandemic-ing

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  • Renergen develops COVID vaccine transport solution powered by liquid helium

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  • Retirement communities emerge as growth market for Swift Media

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  • Novatti partners with Ripple for global blockchain payments network

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  • Selfwealth allowing Aussies to trade US shares for $9.50 brokerage

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  • Cannabis sector flying high following United Nations declassification

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  • Kogan surges on to New Zealand shores with $122m eCommerce acquisition

    Following a proven model that skyrocketed Kogan.com (ASX: KGN) to the top of Australia’s eCommerce market, the online retailer is set to follow a similar path in New Zealand with the acquisition of Mighty Ape and its 895,000 subscribers.  A homegrown retailer in New Zealand, Mighty Ape has built a reputation for its quick delivery

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  • Summer oysters trial tipped to increase Angel Seafood sales by 15%

    Seafood-loving Australians could soon have access to a wider range of oysters year-round with Angel Seafood (ASX: AS1) set to commence a farming trial of summer oysters which, if successful, would enable them to deliver oysters throughout the calendar year. The trials are part of Angel Seafood’s recently announced 3-pillar growth strategy to double their

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  • Rhythm Biosciences appoint mass manufacturer for bowel cancer test kits

    Aussie medtech company Rhythm Biosciences (ASX: RHY) is set to improve the screening process of colorectal cancer with manufacturing of their ColoSTAT testing kit to commence shortly after having appointed Biotem Limited as their new global manufacturer. Colorectal cancer is the third biggest cause for cancer deaths globally where current screening processes tend only to

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  • Feasibility Study confirms Syrah’s lucrative graphite facility in Louisiana

    Amid the electric vehicle boom and growing desire from US automakers to reduce reliance on China, battery minerals company Syrah Resources (ASX: SYR) has confirmed significantly lower operating costs to supply graphite from their US facility.  The Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) confirmed the business case for Syrah’s natural graphite Active Anode Material (AAM) production at

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  • Genetic Technologies to address mental health with pharmacogenomics AI

    With 1 in 8 Australians suffering from depression, the market for antidepressants is a growing one but one which medical professionals can be assisted to navigate through Genetic Technologies (ASX: GTG) and pharmacogenomics, genomic-based artificial intelligence. The tech will be coming to Australia through a new 3-year distribution agreement with Israel-based Taliaz, the developers of

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  • Carnegie partners with global tech giant HP for wave energy conversion tech

    Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX: CCE) has received a notable show of confidence in their wave energy technology with global giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) entering into a collaboration with the Perth-based company to further advance its capabilities. The collaboration will extend Carnegie’s artificial intelligence developments where their CETO technology is deployed in oceans to predict wave formations,

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  • COVID shutdowns in Malaysia fills VIP Gloves order book into 2022

    The world needs more gloves, STAT! With factory workers around Malaysia having contracted COVID-19, VIP Gloves (ASX: VIP) has presented as one of the last factories standing, prompting a rise in glove prices as the order book is now fully committed for 2021, more than 12 months ahead of time. Despite increases to their production

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  • Wine with a view, ClearVue engaged for Sustainable Greenhouse at Mt Fuji

    Clean energy and smart building materials company ClearVue (ASX: CPV) is opening up plenty of doors in the Japanese market with an order received to incorporate their insulated glass into a winery greenhouse at the base of Mt Fuji.  The greenhouse project for Fujisan Winery has been built by architect Paul Ma and is part

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  • AnteoTech locks in rapid COVID-19 mucus test and planned commercialisation

    The rapidly evolving marketplace around a vaccine for COVID-19 and ongoing management has taken another turn in the right direction with biotech company AnteoTech (ASX: ADO) readying for clinical trials of their Antigen Rapid Test (ART) which can be done using just a person’s saliva sample.  The ART is another medical advancement in the market

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  • Jumbo Interactive granted regulatory approval for SaaS lottery services in Great Britain

    Australian tech company Jumbo Interactive (ASX: JIN) has secured a big boost in their European operations having been granted a remote gambling operating licence from the Gambling Commission of Great Britain. The licence, granted to wholly owned subsidiary Gatherwell, is an extension of Jumbo’s online lottery ticket retail business and will enable the Company to

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  • BNPL meets Gig Economy in Fatfish’s new venture

    Venture capital firm Fatfish Group (ASX: FFG) is set to launch a new Buy-Now-Pay-Later platform which will enable companies to make purchases up to $1 million but unlike the current market offerings, purchases will be funded by crowdsourcing from their Smartfunding brand. The unique platform is facilitated by Fatfish holding the necessary Capital Market Services

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  • DigitalX launches RegTech app to automate admin for ASX companies

    Fintech and investment company DigitalX (ASX: DCC) is set to make management of more than 10,000 ASX notices a streamlined process driven by automation with the launch of their RegTech platform Drawbridge. With high regulatory requirements for ASX-listed companies and their Directors in order to best protect investors, there are tens of thousands of ASX

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  • Struggle Street neighbours unite as Helloworld prepares for cruises to return in 2022

    With international travel having come to a standstill since the onset of COVID-19, it’s been tough sledding for the tourism industry, but participants are finding help amongst their fellow brethren with Helloworld Travel (ASX: HLO) acquiring cruise wholesaling specialist, CruiseCo. Acquired for an undisclosed amount, cruise tourism has been decimated by the pandemic with the

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  • Novatti partners with UnionPay linking digital payments network to 179 countries

    As the world becomes rapidly more adept to digital payments through the declining use of cash, fintech company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has expanded its payments network further across 179 countries by partnering with UnionPay and linking them into Novatti’s infrastructure.  By offering UnionPay as a method of payment to its merchants and customers, Novatti’s

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  • Norwood introduces digital assistants to screen your calls

    Communications tech company Norwood Systems (ASX: NOR) is set to utilise artificial intelligence to transform legacy voicemail technology into personal assistants that can screen your calls, route them to relevant contacts, take messages or simply tell callers to bugger off.  The tech will be driven by a new partnership entered into with artificial intelligence company

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  • Shareholders support Healthia with $13.2m for expansion into optometry

    Healthia (ASX: HLA) shareholders have voted with their wallets firmly in favour of the allied healthcare provider’s expansion into optometry with the Company successfully raising $13.2m from an Entitlement Offer to fund their acquisition of The Optical Company (TOC). The $13.2m from shareholders forms part of the $43m acquisition to proceed, adding 41 optometry clinics

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  • US trials confirm Analytica’s effectiveness for treating urinary incontinence remotely

    Australian medtech and eHealth company Analytica (ASX: ALT), developers of PeriCoach, have had their medical device data validated by leading researchers in the United States as parity to in-clinic consultations, a boon for female sufferers of urinary incontinence located in remote regions. Analytics’s data was backed up by independent trials conducted at the University of

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  • Cashed Up Crowd Media clears debt, poised for AI breakout

    Artificial intelligence and eCommerce company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has kicked another major goal in their corporate turnaround strategy, today clearing their $1.67m debt facility just one week after launching a beta version of their AI, 12 months ahead of schedule.  The facility relates to some legacy debt prior to the arrival of Chairman Steven

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  • Opportune Redcape picks up struggling Sydney hotel, set to relaunch with refurb

    Pubs and hotels operator Redcape Hotel Group (ASX: RDC) has jumped on an opportunistic acquisition to add the Gladstone Hotel in Dulwich Hill, NSW to their portfolio with plans to refurbish the establishment in readiness for a re-launch. The acquisition comes amid Gladstone Hotel being classified as a ‘Going Concern’ which has only been further

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  • Decmil lands $51m windfarm project in Victoria

    Engineering and construction company Decmil (ASX: DCG) is set to enhance Victoria’s clean energy capabilities having been awarded a $51m construction contract at the Ryan Corner Wind Farm. Already with extensive experience in wind farms to date, the contract was awarded as a joint venture between Decmil and RJE Global where Decmil will fulfil $51m

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  • Apiam increases equine footprint in regional NSW with new veterinary acquisitions

    Expanding their network into a major agricultural centre, Apiam Animal Health (ASX: AHX) has acquired a major veterinary business in Dubbo – a central farming and equine region in New South Wales.  The region in particular is one of the fastest growing in New South Wales with a current population of 40,000. The local economy

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  • Government extends contract with 8common for expenses tracking

    Fintech company 8common (ASX: 8CO) continues to be well supported by Government clients with the Federal Prime Minister & Cabinet extending their expenses tracking contract another year in a deal worth $236k.  The extension will ensure the relationship enters its 5th consecutive year which originally commenced with a 3-year term and has now entered into

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  • Althea becomes first Aussie cannabis company to be licensed in Germany

    Medicinal cannabis and research company Althea Group (ASX: AGH) has become the first Australian producer of commercial cannabis products to be granted the required licenses in Germany for sales and distribution. With the licences, Althea expects their first shipment of their Australian-made medicinal cannabis extract products to take place in December 2020. The licenses were

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  • Pointsbet accepts first bets in sports-loving State of Colorado

    Recently recognised as the the US Sports Betting Operator of the Year, PointsBet (ASX: PBH) has taken their first bets in Colorado with the mountain state becoming their fifth online sportsbook operation in the US since regulatory changes have opened up legalised sports betting. The Colorado milestone marks a significant moment in PointsBet’s short history

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  • AF Legal adds Gold Coast to national expansion as family law revenues surge

    Family law specialists AF Legal (ASX: AFL) has continued a major national expansion in recent months, today adding the Gold Coast to their national footprint with a new office to service Queensland’s second most populous region of 600,000 residents.  “Our move to the Gold Coast is our fourth expansion across South East Queensland. With our

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  • Think Childcare acquire more centres, receives takeover offer

    Early childhood education company Think Childcare (ASX: TNK) has added four news childcare centres to their network on the same day the operator has received a takeover offer at a notable premium on their share price. The takeover bid comes from private equity company Alceon Group at an indicative price price of 1.35 per share

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  • COVID fire sale – Lovisa scoops up 80 jewelry stores in Europe for €60

    As a new wave of the coronavirus ravages Europe forcing another round of mass shutdowns, jewelry retailer Lovisa (ASX: LOV) has capitalised on an opportunistic fire sale, acquiring German retailer beeline GmbH and 80 retail stores for just €60 (sixty Euros) and no debt.  Across Europe, beeline is expected to see big disruptions to its

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  • iCandy launches new Joint Venture to develop 3D mobile games

    Gaming company iCandy Interactive (ASX: ICI) is set to expand their portfolio of game titles through a new joint venture with animation company Lemon Sky Studios which will provide visual tech for the two to develop a range of new 3D mobile games. The 50/50 joint venture will be domiciled in Malaysia and leverage iCandy’s

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  • Straker shares surge 93% on selection by IBM for global translation services

    With the major expansion of their cloud computing capabilities, tech conglomerate IBM has selected Straker Translations (ASX: STG) to provide adaptive translation services across several IBM technology platforms. The partnership expands on an existing one between the two companies where Straker had previously translated Spanish for IBM, but will now apply the artificial intelligence-powered tech

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  • Crowd Media delivers beta of AI salesbot 12 months ahead of schedule

    Tech and artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has surprised the market with a beta launch of their ‘talking head’ technology which has been developed to drive their vision of conversational commerce – the next frontier of influencer marketing.  The beta launch has been nicknamed Emma and is a visual projection of a sales

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  • Health Insurer adds cannabis to coverage with Little Green Pharma partnership

    Members of private health insurer Health Insurance Fund (HIF) will be given priority access to Little Green Pharma (ASX: LGP) and their research into medicinal cannabis with the two commencing a strategic partnership focused on improving patient quality of life.  Under the partnership, HIF members will be given priority participation in Little Green Pharma product

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  • Australian regulators approve Atomo’s rapid HIV diagnostic kit

    Medtech company Atomo Diagnostics (ASX: AT1) has been granted regulatory approval in Australia for their patented AtomoRapid HIV (1&2) rapid diagnostic kit which will enable testing for HIV with just one drop of blood. The approval granted by the Therapeutic Goods Association (TAG) enables Atomo to commence distribution of the diagnostic test to medical professionals

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  • Catapult cashed up with return of US sports, clears debt as sales boom

    Sports data and technology company Catapult Group (ASX: CAT) has thrived since the resumption of American sports that went on hiatus due to COVID-19, seeing a big rise in sales from teams and leagues utilising Catapult solutions in their return-to-play programs. Having held a cash balance of USD $13.9 million as at 30 June 2020,

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  • DomaCom to offer investors $250m in affordable housing for essential workers

    Essential workers will soon have more affordable housing in the coming years with DomaCom (ASX: DCL) partnering with BlueCHP to deliver $250 million in affordable housing properties which will be offered to investors fractional property investment opportunities. The $250m commitment is part of the DomaCom Affordable Property Accelerator which will be used to allow investors

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  • IBM flags Dubber tech to be “Best of Breed” in new partnership

    Aussie communications tech company Dubber (ASX: DUB) has been given a global tick of approval with their call recording technology selected for IBM’s Cloud for Telecommunications network.  The selection will see Dubber’s Unified Voice Recording solution be integrated into the IBM Cloud for Telecommunications platform which will enable calls to be recorded, transcribed and collect

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  • ReadyTech enters justice sector with $54m acquisition of Open Office

    Human resources and profiling tech company ReadyTech (ASX: RDY) is poised to instantly enter the justice sector through the acquisition of Open Office and their clients in Australia and the United Kingdom. A software provider for Government agencies and public offices, Open Office offers case management software for the justice sector with the tech being

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  • Baby Bunting shipping container hijacked by dangerous Khapra beetle

    Newborn and infant products retailer Baby Bunting (ASX: BBN) has potentially avoided a national catastrophe after a cluster of Khapra beetles were intercepted by the Federal Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment (DAWE) in a shipping container holding Baby Bunting products. Within the shipping container were 320 Peg Perego Prima Pappa Follow Me highchairs

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  • Hospitals back to normal as Nanosonics infection prevention sales return

    Quirky pandemic sales endured by infection prevention company Nanosonics (ASX: NAN) look to have returned to normal with the resumption of standard hospital activities and sales of their medical products back to pre-pandemic levels. Initial thoughts of increased hygiene standards would have flagged Nanosonics to be one of the companies to see higher activity for

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  • Infomedia redies rollout of automotive parts platform, signs Ford Europe

    Aussie tech company Infomedia (ASX: IFM) is lining up international clients in readiness for the rollout of their Next Gen electronic parts catalogue for the automotive industry, securing Ford Europe as a cornerstone client. The 5-year enterprise agreement will give Ford access across all of Europe to the Next Gen ‘Microcat’ platform which is an

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  • Novatti partners with Google Pay and Samsung Pay for Tap and Go

    Digital payments and fintech company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has added a few more Tier 1 partners to their payments network with Google Pay and Samsung Pay now supporting Novatti-issued Visa credit cards.  The ability for users to be able to make these digital payments through their smartphones and smartwatches is particularly attractive to potential

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  • Healthia rising as leading healthcare operater with optometry expansion

    Leading allied healthcare company Healthia (ASX: HLA) is set to significantly increase their services and national footprint with the $43 million acquisition of optometry group The Optical Company and their 41 clinics.  The acquisition is a horizontal expansion for Healthia which has primarily operated in the podiatry and physiotherapy sectors while also owning iOrthotics, Australia’s

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  • FDA approves Imugene to commence human trial for lung cancer immunotherapy

    Biopharma company Imugene (ASX: IMU) is now on their way towards commercialisation of their lung cancer treatment with approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to commence human trials. With the project name PD1-Vaxx in the US, the approval enables Imugene to commence recruiting patients for a clinical trial of the treatment on

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  • New leadership and new focus, MVP reclaims distribution rights and margins

    Australian pharmaceuticals company Medical Developments (ASX: MVP) is set to renew their international expansion targets with greater control having taken back the distribution rights from Mundipharma in both Europe and Australia for their flagship ‘green whistle’ pain reliever – Penthrox.  The decision to take back the European distribution rights to 27 countries was made in

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  • 2020 Melbourne Cup: Runner-by-Runner Preview, Analysis and Tips

    Who will win the 2020 Melbourne Cup? In a year that has been ravaged by the pandemic, racing has been the shining light of Australian sport which will culminate in the running of the Melbourne Cup.  For months, questions had been raised as to whether the race could be run, whether the international runners would

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  • Healthia expands services with footwear retailer and eCommerce acquisition

    As the largest podiatry clinic operator in Australia, allied healthcare company Healthia (ASX: HLA) is set to increase its range of products and services offered to patients and new customers with the acquisition of retailer Natural Fit Footwear and its online store.  Key to the acquisition is Healthia’s network of 94 podiatry clinics across Australia

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  • archTIS makes big splash in America with $9.75m cybersecurity acquisition

    Amid the global boom in demand for cybersecurity solutions brought upon by increased connectivity, Canberra-based tech company archTIS (ASX: AR9) is set to instantly expand to North America through the acquisition of Nucleus Cyber.  The acquisition will be funded solely by issuing AR9 shares with initial consideration of $6.25 million in stock and then a

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  • CLINUVEL to trial new drug addressing irreversible brain damage from by stroke

    Leading pharmaceuticals company CLINUVEL (ASX: CUV) is set to commence human trials using the drug afamelanotide to dissolve or remove underlying blood clots in the brain that cause arterial ischaemic stroke (AIS) which accounts for 85% of the 15 million strokes suffered worldwide each year.  Current stroke therapies are reliant on early intervention to restore

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  • Interview online, OpenLearning and UNSW partner for international pathway program

    Generational changes to how the world functions has filtered into the higher education sector with the University of NSW partnering with OpenLearning (ASX: OLL) to create a new online pathway program that can transition successful students into UNSW degrees.  The progressive online program will be operated by OpenLearning and will primarily be student-driven rather than

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  • Range International pushes eco-friendly logistics with Nestle contract

    Sustainable manufacturer Range International (ASX: RAN) is improving their global footprint having secured Nestle Philippines as a new customer which has ordered 6,000 of Range’s sustainable pallets which are made from 100% recyclable plastic.  The pallets which are marketed as Range’s Re>Pal brand, have been gaining steady traction through 2020 where Range has received orders

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  • Are we getting sick of BNPL stocks yet? Zebit struggles on listing

    After the halting of ASX listings due to uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the IPO markets has boomed in recent months where it’s now become more surprising for one to fall on listing, as was the case with BNPL provider Zebit (ASX: ZBT) in its first day on the boards. Between their classification as

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  • Crowd Media acquires eCommerce watches and jewelry brand for €1

    Having undergone their own business transformation over the past 12 months, eCommerce and artificial intelligence company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has capitalised on a corporate restructure from one of their partners to acquire trendy German accessories brand I AM KAMU for 1 Euro.  The nominal cash acquisition will primarily be supported by 5% profit royalties

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  • Volpara simplifying breast cancer communication for women with AI-driven imagery

    At a time when women are more aware of potential health issues than ever, Volpara Health (ASX: VHT) is set to drastically improve how breast cancer is talked about with imaging technology driven by artificial intelligence that will help prevent advanced stage breast cancer. The imagery will be provided to women in collaboration with Sheila

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  • Societal shift away from cash sends Novatti transaction volumes soaring

    Thriving in a world where cash is becoming less relevant by the day, Australian fintech company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has continued leveraging their digital payment capabilities to report their highest ever quarterly revenue with further international expansion firmly in their sights.  With an increase in digital payments being made around the world, Novatti has

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  • Funtastic to make eCommerce push with Toys “R” Us acquisition

    It’s a strange world for children who can no longer spend hours browsing toys at Toys “R” Us following their store closures in 2018 but the way toys are marketed is set to get an overhaul with the $32.6 million acquisition of Hobby Warehouse, its brands, and 1 million subscribers by Funtastic (ASX: FUN).  The

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  • PainChek lands first disability services partnership for residential homes

    Medtech company PainChek (ASX: PCK) has secured its first disability services operator partnership with Nulsen Group commencing the use of PainChek’s world-first pain assessment smartphone app across five facilities.  The 6-month trial is the first of its kind for PainChek with commercial terms falling within Australia’s National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and will enable both parties

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  • Trading frenzy on MyDeal sends share price soaring on opening day

    Having raised $40 million from their IPO which would give Mydeal.com.au (ASX: MYD) an implied market capitalisation of $258.8m, investors that missed out on the IPO offer have hit the ASX boards in droves to open MYD shares at $1.80, a rise of 80% on their $1 IPO Offer Price. The demand for MYD shares

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  • United Networks expands to WA, kicks off with $600k contract

    Telecommunications company United Networks (ASX: UNL) is set to increase its national footprint significantly with the expansion of their services into Western Australia as part of their renewed strategy to build recurring revenue streams.  The new contracts in Western Australia are expected to deliver a fresh $600k in recurring revenue while enhancing their services to

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  • Veris wins contract to supply telcomms and 5G to Iron Bridge

    Australia’s most significant resources project is set to be hooked up to 5G with Veris (ASX: VRS) winning the $2 million contract to design a tech solution that will connect Fortescue’s enormous magnetite project to the rest of the world.  The contract was awarded to wholly owned Veris subsidiary, Aqura Technologies which is carving out

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  • Identitii lands anti-money laundering Mastercard deal

    With Australian financial regulators firmly eyeing money laundering and facilitators, regtech provider Identitii (ASX: ID8) has secured Mastercard as a client for their Overlay+ platform which is designed to assist with financial crime compliance. The contract valued at $783k will see Mastercard use Identitii’s Overlay+ platform for their account-to-account network which will securely share crime

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  • Aussies taking charge of credit debt as Wisr tipping 300,000 customers

    Following months of lockdowns which have limited spending opportunities, Australians have used the time to get on top of their finances with neolender Wisr (ASX: WZR) reporting record quarterly revenues, loan originations and customer profiles. This time at home for many has led to Wisr reporting a 37% increase in operating revenue for the quarter

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  • AI now monitoring prison breaks as icetana lands more motion sensor sales

    Prison breakouts in America could soon become even harder with icetana (ASX: ICE) having received more orders for its artificial intelligence motion sensor technology which will be integrated into US prisons.  The 5-year licence purchase comes from hardware vendor Rasilient Systems Inc who will supply icetana’s video tech which is driven by AI to detect

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  • Strategic Elements enters agriculture tech with 3D weed mapping device

    Australian innovation company Strategic Elements (ASX: SOR) is extending their existing robotics and automation tech into the agriculture industry with the development of a device that will enable farmers to precisely map agricultural weeds via 3D mapping. The device will integrate multiple data sources including GPS, light detection and high definition cameras attached to an

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  • Kleos arrives in India for nanosatellites launch

    Space tech and data company Kleos Space (ASX: KSS) is set to achieve something many competitors have failed to execute with the launch of nanosatellites into space which will open avenues to new revenues, driven by data collected and monitored from space.  The launch is targeted for the first half of November, pending weather conditions,

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  • CV Check enters international markets with white label HR tech

    Recruitment screening and verification company CV Check (ASX: CV1) has secured its first international client for a white label service which replicates their flagship automated screening platform used by hiring teams. The first international contract of its kind is with US-based screening company NetForce Global which will use the CV Check platform under its own

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  • Little Green Pharma approved to commence manufacturing cannabis products

    Australian cannabis company Little Green Pharma (ASX: LGP) has reached a major commercial achievement in their long-term strategy having been granted a manufacturing licence for cannabis products at their newly commissioned facility in Western Australia. “The grant represents the culmination of LGP’s long-term regulatory strategy and is a clear watershed moment for the Company. The

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  • IKE opens door to major US project with $750k power pole contract

    Tech company ikeGPS (ASX: IKE) has secured an opportunity to change how power and telecommunication poles across the United States are managed, having won a contract with a large US electricity company to assess and design its power pole infrastructure through their IKE Analyze platform. Where the humble power pole was once the shining light

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  • Nvoi lands global recruiter Adecco for its HR tech platform

    Tech company Nvoi (ASX: NVO) has secured a big win with global recruitment company Adecco reaching terms for the use of Nvoi’s recruitment management platform and support services.  The 12 month agreement will see Nvoi’s JXT platform engaged by Adecco offices around the world including Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, China and

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  • Buddy Technologies to ride Amazon Prime Day with Alexa bundle sales boost

    Smarthome tech company Buddy Technologies (ASX: BUD) is set to see a big increase in the adoption of their smart lighting solutions through Amazon Prime Day, where the behemoth retailer will be offering a bundle promo for USD $18.99 which normally retails for $59.98. The bundle which will be available only on Amazon Prime Day,

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  • Takeover bid for Link Group sends share price soaring

    Shares in financial services company Link Administration Holdings (ASX: LNK) have surged upon reporting to the market this morning that they have received a takeover bid, valuing Link shares at $5.20 each, a 30.3% premium on their $3.99 Friday close price. The conditional offer has been put together by a consortium comprising of Pacific Equity

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  • Valmec expands construction portfolio with $15m water contract win

    Infrastructure construction and maintenance company Valmec (ASX: VMX) are continuing to scoop up contracts in Western Australia amid the abundance of resource projects coming online with a $15 million water deal from Water Corporation the latest to be secured.  The new contract leverages an existing relationship between Valmec and Water Corp with Valmec having provided

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  • Pensana Rare Earths study to create the world’s first sustainable magnet metal supply chain

    Amid global interest in Rare Earths following President Trump’s desire to decentralise supply from China which dominates the market, Pensana Rare Earths (ASX: PM8) is preparing to establish a processing facility that would be the world’s first sustainable magnet metal supply chain. Specifically, a new UK facility would integrate Pensana’s Longonjo project in Angola which

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  • Aerometrex inks new corporate deals as aerial photography subscriptions rise

    In a world where planners face the dilemma of building ‘up’ verses building ‘out’, the value of aerial mapping is seeing greater adoption by decision makers across a variety of sectors as evidenced by new corporate deals secured by aerial photography company Aerometrex (ASX: AMX). Offering Data-as-a-Service through MetroMap, an online imagery application that provides

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  • iSelect coding error debacle ends in $8.5 million settlement with ACCC

    For anyone that has ever used an online comparison service run by iSelect (ASX: ISU), the abundance of disclaimers you have to click through and agree to when their call centre contacts you will make a lot more sense after they reached an $8.5m settlement for disclosure breaches dating back to 2016.  The breaches related

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  • Novatti to expand billing automation platform with US launch

    Australian fintech and digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) is set to enter one of the world’s most lucrative consumer markets with the expansion of Emersion, an end-to-end business automation and billing platform, to the United States. The expansion will enable service providers such as utilities, telecommunications and insurance companies to gain access to

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  • MGM pivots child safety tech to new mobile smartwatch for seniors

    Cybersecurity and tech company MGM Wireless (ASX: MWR) is tapping into the rapidly rising aged care tech market by re-purposing their existing SPACETALK mobile smartwatch, which gives children a safe device for online communications.  Originally designed to give parents the ability to track their children and enable calls between them but without access to social

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  • Harvest Technology forms global alliance to promote resource sector wearable tech

    Communications tech specialist Harvest Technology (ASX: HTG) has entered into a global marketing alliance with Inmarsat and Applied Satellite Technology Group to promote a wearable device that can be used for live transmission of data that will transform how remote sites in the resources industry are monitored.  The development comes at a time when management

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  • Resonance Health preparing FDA submission for pulmonary embolism AI alerts

    Medical imaging and research company Resonance Health (ASX: RHT) continues to advance a new artificial intelligence solution for automated alerts for patients with a suspected pulmonary embolism (PE), blood clots that block arteries in the lungs.  The research and development has now led to the Pre-Submission filing of ALERT-PE to the United States Food and

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  • SRJ Technologies to enter Saudi Arabia, targeting lucrative oil and gas projects

    Engineering solutions company SRJ Technologies (ASX: SRJ) is set to enter one of the world’s most lucrative oil and gas markets with the appointment of an agent in Saudi Arabia to represent SRJ, targeting the Kingdom’s premium projects. The 3-year agreement will see ZOMCO, a domestic maintenance service company founded in 1977, promote SRJ’s technology

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  • Emerald Financial Research Note – Novatti Group

    The onset of the Coronavirus pandemic has altered various aspects of daily human interaction where enforced lockdowns have created generational changes driven by technology. This has only increased the transition towards a cashless economy where, even prior to the pandemic, Novatti has developed an international network of partners that enable seamless movement of money across

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  • US students flock to online learning as Family Zone reports record revenue

    Despite a ‘no big deal’ attitude in the United State towards the coronavirus pandemic, educated Americans have been minimising the spread of COVID-19 with droves of students adapting to online learning where edutech provider Family Zone (ASX: FZO) has seen a 250% increase in revenue with 2,834 schools now on their distance learning platform.  From

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  • China to eat for a lifetime as Fonterra sell China farms for $555m

    Give a man to fish, he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime. This could be a telling analogy of Fonterra’s (ASX: FSF) relationship with China in the competitive dairy products market after the New Zealand based company sold farms owned in China for NZD $555 million to

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  • Novatti granted regulatory approval to issue Visa cards in New Zealand

    Fresh off the launch of their Digital Payments Accelerator, Australian fintech company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has been granted approval in New Zealand to expand its credit card issuing services.  The approval for ‘issuing and managing means of payments’ in New Zealand will provide commercial opportunities for Novatti to extend services to existing clients in

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  • End of an era as Sizzler closes doors in Australia

    Our next generation of budding leaders will miss out of one of Australia long-standing traditions linked to fast food buffets as Collins Foods (ASX: CFK) has made the difficult decision to close all off its Sizzler restaurants as a result of COVID-19.  While the brand has been under internal review since 2015 and no longer

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  • Buderim sells ginger division, transitions focus to booming US plant protein market

    Health foods company Buderim Group (ASX: BUG) is cashed up for its transition towards a company rebrand that will focus on plant protein foods following the sale of their ginger production business for $13 million. The sale has long been a formality for Buderim which will be followed by a name change to Health and

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  • Dragontail to deliver pizza AI in up to 2,500 Latin America stores

    Food tech and artificial intelligence company Dragontail Systems (ASX: DTS) is set to make continental waves in Latin America having secured a Master Services Agreement with Food Delivery Brands Group which operates more than 2,500 stores globally, across 30 countries.  The agreement will see Dragontail collaborate with FDGB to improve process efficiency and customer satisfaction

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  • ApplyDirect adds mentoring services to their HR and recruitment service suite

    AD1 Holdings (ASX: AD1), the company which owns recruitment site ApplyDirect, is set to expand its recruitment and HR services with the acquisition of mentoring business Art of Mentoring which, if utilised, can further the career pathways of jobseekers and professionals. The $1.5 million acquisition comprising $1m cash and $500,000 of AD1 shares is expected

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  • FirstWave secures leading Indian telco for cybersecurity supply deal

    Cybersecurity company FirstWave Cloud Technology (ASX: FCT) is set to have their technology used across the world’s second largest telecommunications market having entered a landmark agreement with Indian telco Vodafone Idea which was recently re-branded as Vi. The 3-year agreement will see Vi roll out FirstWave’s cybersecurity solutions to its business customers in a country

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  • Novatti launches new payments platform for purpose-issued Visa cards

    With the coronavirus pandemic highlighting society’s declining use of cash, fintech and digital payments company Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) has launched a new configurable platform for businesses to access world-leading Visa issuing solutions without the intensive investment required to build and launch from scratch. The Digital Payments Accelerator offers startups, businesses of all sizes and

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  • Piedmont future secured through lithium supply agreement with Tesla

    Shares in Piedmont Lithium (ASX, NASDAQ: PLL) have rocketed following confirmation the smallcap lithium explorer has secured Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) as a flagship customer under a binding 5-year supply agreement.  The agreement will see Piedmont supply spodumene concentrate (SP6) to Tesla from their North Carolina project and represents one-third of their planned 160,000 tonnes

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  • National Institutes of Health engage Imricor for inner heart research

    Medtech company Imricor (ASX: IMR) has been awarded a contract from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) to advance their leading MRI technology into a prototype device that can biopsy the inner walls of the heart.  The awarded contract will see Imricor receive USD $399,539 over the next 12 months for the project where

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  • Scout Security shares surge on revenue-sharing scheme with Amazon

    Security tech company Scout Security (ASX: SCT) could play a role in improvement of gun control in the United States, with their intruder alert technology set integrated into Amazon’s new smart home service Alexa Guard Plus under a revenue-sharing agreement. The Scout Alarm technology is specifically integrated into Amazon Echo devices with Amazon’s new Guard

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  • Gage Roads opens first taproom, microbrewery and hospitality venue

    It is finally back to business as planned for Gage Roads Brewing (ASX: GRB) which today can open the doors of its first venue, Atomic Beer Project, after its original opening date was pushed back six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Located in Redfern, New South Wales, Atomic Beer Project is the first hospitality

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  • CardieX partners with tech giant Mobvoi for new health smartwatch

    Biotech company CardieX (ASX: CDX) has expanded on an existing partnership with Chinese tech giant Mobvoi, which is backed by Google, for the launch of a new health-focused smartwatch which will incorporate CardieX’s software and artificial intelligence.  The smartwatch will be developed in collaboration with Mobvoi to supply hardware and firmware with CardieX to then

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  • Telix submits FDA application for new prostate cancer imaging product

    It may soon be easier for prostate cancer to be diagnosed at an early stage with Telix Pharmaceuticals (ASX: TLX) having submitted their radiopharmaceutical imaging technology to the Food and Drug Administration for approval. The New Drug Application (NDA) comes after completing clinical trials across more than 600 patients which builds on peer-reviewed clinical research

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  • Sezzle to facilitate bulk lending in US through partnership with Ally Financial

    Seeking to increase their buy-now-pay-later services, Sezzle (ASX: SZL) is entering the neo-lending space in the United States through a partnership with Ally Lending, a lending division of Ally Financial (NYSE: ALLY), which offers payment plan loans up to USD $40,000. The partnership will enable Sezzle to significantly increase the purchasing power of its BNPL

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  • Rex eyes March resumption of major city flights with $150m foreign investment

    With the support of a $150 million investment from private equity firm PAG Asia Capital, Regional Express Holdings (ASX: REX) is hoping to resume domestic flights between its major cities network by March 2021 after operations were decimated by pandemic travel restrictions.  Exclusive negotiations are underway, but the proposed funding would be an investment in

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  • Respiri engages Chinese production to up asthma device manufacturing

    Medtech company Respiri (ASX: RSH) has continued its long path towards commercialisation of its asthma diagnostics device ‘wheezo’, having entered into a global manufacturing agreement with Entech Electronics for 12,000 devices.  The agreement will see Entech manufacture the devices from their facilities in Shenzen, China. The order placed is for significantly more devices than the

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  • Italian Hospital to commence 3-month trial of Vection’s augmented reality

    Technology we’ve really only seen in the Ironman movies could soon become a reality with Vection Technologies (ASX: VR1) set to have it’s augmented reality technology trialed by a hospital in Italy.  The trial will focus on two augmented reality healthcare solutions developed by Vection. The first will enable surgeons to view data fields from

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  • Emerge Gaming increases global reach with Microsoft partnership

    Gaming tech and eSports company Emerge Gaming (ASX: EM1) is set to gain access to mass distribution having been appointed by Microsoft as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) which will secure access to industry-leading technology and new customers in 61 countries.  The partnership will enable Emerge Gaming to access Microsoft’s hardware services which drive modern

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  • Emerald Equities Research Note – Healthia Ltd

    Earlier this week, the Advisors at Emerald Financial recently released a Buy report on Healthia Ltd (ASX: HLA) with updated stock scores and financial projections. Key Highlights include: (1) Minimal COVID-19 disruption with clinics classified as vital community services; (2) 12 clinics acquired for $5m without drawing down on the $50m loan facility; (3) CommittedRead More
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  • Macmahon thriving with $250m in WA mining contract wins

    Strong gold prices and a bevy of projects coming online has mining services company Macmahon Holdings (ASX: MAH) in hot demand, today confirming they have been appointed as the preferred mining contractor for the Warrawoona Gold Project, a contract worth $220 million. Located in the WA’s lucrative Pilbara region, Warrawoona will be a new open

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  • Asian interest in health tech accelerates MyFiziq and Biomorphik app rollout

    Rising demand from Asia for health and fitness tech has accelerated MyFiziq’s (ASX: MYQ) plans to integrate their body scanning technology into partner applications with Biomorphik bringing forward their collaborative app release date three months, to November 2020. The accelerated roll-out will see Biomorphik launch its health and wellness platform which aims to reduce health

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  • Decmil joins Iron Bridge Project with $41m contract win

    As Australia’s most significant mining project advances towards production, the Iron Bridge Project in Western Australia is continuing to support domestic business with engineering and construction company Decmil Group (ASX: DCG) the latest to secure a $41m contract at the site. Winning a competitive tender, Decmil will commence design and construction of a bulk fuel

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  • Catapult appointed as tech supplier across French rugby

    Sports tech, data and analytics company Catapult Group (ASX: CAT) has emerged from a competitive tender process to be appointed as the preferred supplier of technology to all teams that compete in France’s Top 14 and Pro D2 professional rugby competitions where the nation is set to host the next Rugby World Cup in 2023. 

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  • Middle Eastern Government agency to install $2m of Senetas encryptors

    Cybersecurity firm Senetas (ASX: SEN) is making waves in the Middle East, having secured a $2 million order through global distributor Thales, for their Ultra-High speed 100Gbps Ethernet encryptors. The CN9000 series encryptors will be deployed to secure the data in transit of a Middle Eastern government agency, enabling protection of their data network without

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  • Hemp-based face masks coming to a retailer near you soon

    To counter rising concerns around the environmental impact of disposable face masks being used to restrict the spread of COVID-19, Australian Primary Hemp (ASX: APH) has launched a new hemp-based face mask which provides 99.9% microbial reduction. The face masks are reusable, biodegradable and sustainably-sourced with the Company to commence supplying the masks to Australian

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  • Flexigroup launches humm in NZ for BNPL purchases up to $10,000

    New Zealanders keen to utilise buy-now-pay-later services for bulky purchases will soon be able to access interest-free payment terms through humm, with FlexiGroup (ASX: FXL) set to launch their BNPL service across the Tasman.  With other BNPL services offering payment plans for purchases up to $1,000, Flexigroup has carved out it’s unique role in the

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  • AusCann success with medicinal cannabis for nerve pain trials

    Pharmaceuticals company AusCann (ASX: AC8) is set to progress to the next stage of clinical trials having successfully completed their first round on Neuvis, their cannabinoid-based capsule developed to treat nerve pain – an area of medicine that is inadequately met. Estimated to affect 7-10% of Australians, nerve pain is caused by damage to the

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  • Emerald Financial Sector Report – ASX Retail and Consumer Trends

    Since the commencement of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, one of the industries most heavily affected has been the retail sector, where lockdowns have resulted in generational changes as to how populations buy goods. Changes to consumer trends brought upon by COVID-19 will have long-lasting effects on ASX retail stocks where corporate responses to the

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  • Strategic investment accelerates Crowd Media towards conversational AI 

    Tech and eCommerce company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) is forging ahead with their vision of conversational commerce by securing equity in a vital tech partner that develops visual projections which, when coupled with Crowd’s artificial intelligence, can deliver the ‘Holy Grail’ of influencer marketing. The $365k investment in Forever Holdings will give Crowd Media 8%

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  • New NAB credit card just the start of many BNPL hijacking attempts to come

    Millennials have suddenly become the centrepoint of the financial services universe where it now seems that unless you use sexy buzz terms like ‘interest-free’ and ‘easy repayments’, you have no chance of wooing them. So now starts the game of ‘how we can make money from them in any method other than interest charges?’ Which

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  • Cannabis stocks rise as TGA to approve over-the-counter CBD without prescription

    Despite a gloomy day on the ASX yesterday, Australian cannabis companies ended it very well upon news of the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) announcing they will amend legislation that will open a clear path for Australians to purchase cannabidiol (CBD) products without a prescription.  The notice of interim decision was released confirming that the TGA

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  • Crowd Media brings award winning anti-aging skincare to Europe

    Tech and eCommerce company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) is continuing to grow its burgeoning stable of brand partnerships that bring popular consumer goods to Europe with US-based skincare company MD Complete the latest to utilise Crowd’s influencer network in a lucrative market.  The 3-year exclusive distribution agreement will see Crowd Media market MD Complete’s Dermatologist-formulated

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  • Pure Foods Tasmania eyes Aussie meals to Asia with potato farm acquisition

    With changing trends in the way we prepare meals where convenience is in demand, Pure Foods Tasmania (ASX: PFT) is set to significantly expand its meal solutions range with the acquisition of Daly Potato Company and its potato-based meals, farm and food products. The acquisition will increase the production and export capabilities of Pure Foods

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  • Aussies flock to newly ASX-listed BNPL provider Laybuy on opening day

    The buy-now-pay-later train is showing no signs of slowing down with Australian investors keen to jump aboard new BNPL investment opportunities as evidenced by the opening day of trade for Laybuy Group (ASX: LBY) as an ASX-listed company. Founded in 2017 by Gary Rohloff and his family in New Zealand, Laybuy Group has emerged as

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  • Cannabis toothpaste is a thing, and Zelira Therapeutics are commercialising it

    Furthering their expertise in the field of cannabinoid-based therapeutics, Zelira Therapeutics (ASX: ZLD) is set to tap into the oral care market with the launch of hemp derived toothpaste in the United States.  The toothpaste formulation was created by Sprinjene CEO and Founder, Dr Sayed Abrahim who developed the oral care product which is gluten-free,

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  • Digital Wines to offer BNPL for wine purchases up to $250,000

    Joining in on the market frenzy for all things related to buy-now-pay-later, Digital Wine Ventures (ASX: DW8) has launched its own offering of the phenomenon in the form of Credit-as-a-Service (CaaS) where customers will be able to buy up to $250,000 of wine from their platform, and pay later.  Intended to operate like BNPL market

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  • SenSen to bring AI to Australia for driverless car testing

    Tech and artificial intelligence company SenSen Networks (ASX: SNS) is poised to accelerate Australia’s transition towards driverless vehicles having commenced a collaboration with ACE Electric Vehicles Group to push Australia’s manufacturing capabilities.  Specialising in smart city technology using multi-camera and multi-sensor data, SenSen already has significant AI on traffic data through their current capabilities which

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  • Former ASX darling GetSwift to delist, heads to North America

    Troubled tech company GetSwift (ASX: GSW) is set to bring an end to their time on the ASX after several controversial years, with plans to re-domicile to Canada at a time when an impending class action against the Company is set for trial. The former market darling which listed on the ASX in December 2016

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  • New Novatti app brings top end billing automation to small business

    Small business operators will soon have access to an end-to-end billing, payments and sales management system with Novatti Group (ASX: NOV) having gained approval from Salesforce for the inclusion of the Emersion payments app on the Salesforce AppExchange marketplace.  The Emersion app, launched by wholly-owned subsidiary Emersion Systems, integrates many of the features offered to

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  • Do HotCopper’s marketing emails influence a stock price?

    Keen investors will at some point in their life visit the ASX stock forum HotCopper which has long been the largest forum for discussion of ASX-listed companies, and subsequently received marketing emails for penny stocks they sell advertising for.  Having established the forum in 1994, the site has built up the largest database of Australian

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  • BrianChip collaborates to optimise AI chip for aerospace applications

    As the United States accelerates its aerospace program, artificial intelligence is likely to play a major role in future discoveries where deep tech company BrainChip (ASX: BRN) has entered into a collaboration with VORAGO Technologies to optimise processor chips for extreme conditions. The collaboration is intended to support a Phase I NASA Program from BrainChip’s

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  • Founders First to launch seltzer range as drinkers seek healthy alcopops

    As Australians seek healthier alternatives to traditional pleasure foods, the alcohol sector is following the same trend, prompting beer and liquor company Founders First (ASX: FFL) to secure equity in Torquay Beverage Company in preparation for the launch of a new seltzer range. Produced by TBC, NoSH Boozy Seltzer will be sold in more than

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  • New PharmAust venture to convert waste to fuels in world-first

    Biotech and pharmaceuticals company PharmAust (ASX: PAA) is set to launch a new venture which will advance disruptive technology that can convert waste such as plastics and rubber tyres into valuable fuels and agricultural growth stimulants. The novel technology has been developed by US-based Australian, Ken Anderson who is the Founder and Chief Technology Officer

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  • Archer advances graphene-based biosensor tech with 3D printed prototype

    Graphene-focused tech company Archer Materials (ASX: AXE) has successfully developed a prototype of its biosensor device using additive manufacturing and a 3D printer to produce hardware that will be vital to their biotech roadmap. The 3D printed device forms the outer cartridge which houses the graphene sensor, with the hardware design having been specifically engineered

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  • Growing mobile disrupter amaysim cashed up with sale of energy business to AGL

    Mobile services provider amaysim (ASX: AYS) is set to focus on its growing telecommunications business with the sale of energy asset Click Energy for $115m. The divestment comes on the same day the Company has reported substantial growth in mobile subscribers and earnings. The sale of Click Energy to energy giant AGL (ASX: AGL) will

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  • Crowd Media leverages AI in major cost savings and financial turnaround

    Through a year of business transformation, eCommerce and tech company Crowd Media (ASX: CM8) has delivered a $2.8 million financial turnaround which has seen major developments in their retail network and AI tech which is handling 60% of customers.  Cost cutting and streamlining of operations have been a focus for Crowd through FY20 with the

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  • Nuheara engaged by tech giant HP for audio experience collaboration

    Audio tech company Nuheara (ASX: NUH) has gained notable support having been engaged by global tech company HP Inc (NYSE: HPQ) to collaborate on new audio technology for HP and its millions of customers around the world.  The collaboration will focus on new audio experiences with Phase 1 of the multi-phased arrangement to commence immediately. 

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  • Healthia revenues surge 40% as clinic acquisition spree continues

    Allied healthcare provider Healthia (ASX: HLA) has reported a 40.3% increase in revenues where business has returned to pre-COVID levels, with clinics having remained open through the pandemic in order to take pressure off the public health system as per Government directives.  Alongside the jump in revenue for FY20 to $92.4m, Healthia has also reported

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  • QuickFee powers ahead in the US with BNPL adoption for professional services

    Despite being an Australian company that listed on the ASX last year, the United States has emerged as the core growth market for buy-now-pay-later provider QuickFee (ASX: QFE) which is gaining traction from their BNPL repayment options for accountants, lawyers and other professional service providers. Reporting their FY20 performance which included a $13.5m IPO in

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  • Commonwealth Intelligence Agency engages archTIS for 8 week cybersecurity trial

    With data and cyberspace being the contemporary medium for international espionage, Australia is increasing its vigilance with a Commonwealth Intelligence Agency engaging cybersecurity firm archTIS (ASX: AR9) for an 8 week contract. Over those 8 weeks, archTIS will run a Proof of Concept to implement policy-based access to movement of big data between agencies in

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  • Savaged by COVID, Mosaic to permanently close 500 fashion stores

    Retail in Australia has changed forever as a result of COVID-19 with Mosaic Brands (ASX: MOZ) the first large ASX-listed fashion retailer to announce mass closures of their retail network where up to 500 clothing stores will close permanently over the next two years.  The announcement to reduce their network of more than 1,333 stores,

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  • Seven winning the ratings war but financial struggles mount

    One year into his appointment as the hopeful savior of Seven West Media (ASX: SWM), CEO James Warburton is delivering on his incredibly difficult task of turning the media giant’s fortunes around, with a return to the top of the Ratings charts. Although it may seem a rather simple strategy of rehashing old reality shows,

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  • Northern Minerals settles ATO dispute with $21 million write-off

    The first producer of heavy rare earths in Australia, Northern Minerals (ASX: NTU), is set to finally resume business as normal having reached a settlement with the Australian Taxation Office over a claim that dates back to 2016, albeit conceding $21.3 million in the process. The dispute relates to Research and Development expenses incurred by

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  • Bubs clears regulatory pathway with breakthrough China collaboration

    With trade tensions between Australia and China bubbling, dairy products company Bubs Australia (ASX: BUB) has mitigated their potential risk exposure through an agreement with China-based Beingmate which will package and mass distribute their 100% Australian goats milk formula. In particular, the collaboration will seek a State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) brand slot which

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  • Rent negotiations reach boiling point as Westfield padlocks 129 Mosaic stores

    After months of negotiations brought upon by the coronavirus pandemic, Mosaic Brands (ASX: MOZ) has had 129 of their retail stores temporarily closed by Scentre Group (ASX: SCG), the operator of Westfield shopping centres.  The tough decision comes after months of underpayment in rent from Mosaic whose retail stores have been severely depleted of foot

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  • Simble bringing end to pesky energy telemarketers with non-invasive comparison app

    We’re sick of them. Australian’s are sick and tired of being harassed by telemarketers offering to compare our energy bills with the promise of savings. If you don’t hang up on them within the first 30 seconds, they’ll waste an hour of your time before mentioning costly disconnection fees, before calling you up again in

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  • COVID pump fizzles as ASX scrutinise Holista Colltech, costly for new investors

    Amid the boom of retail investors entering opportunistic penny stocks capitalising on COVID, many are now under the watchful eye of ASX regulators after share price pumps led by business pivots into hygiene product supply such as hand sanitiser.  Just one of many to do so at the start of the pandemic, food production company

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  • Rent.com.au emerging as top destination for rental markets as tenants seek flexibility

    The Australian rental market is set for a period of change with both interstate and domestic movement around the country impacting property markets. But through the economic uncertainty, tech company Rent.com.au (ASX: RNT) has emerged as the primary destination for tenants and landlords with a 13% increase in revenue for FY20. The largest dedicated rental

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  • Tabcorp profits plummet as rebuild embarks with $600m cap raise

    An eerie sort of irony surrounds wagering and sports giant Tabcorp Holdings (ASX: TAH) which is set to embark on a corporate rebuild in the same way an underperforming AFL team does. The CEO and Chairman are on the way out, fresh blood is being sought with a $600 million capital raise and a strategic

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  • Digital explosion leads Michael Hill to launch purely digital Medley Jewellery

    The rapidly changing retail landscape continues to evolve through COVID-19, with consumers now having little qualms buying goods online that traditionally had to be bought in-store. Jewellery in particular has met this trend as evidenced by retail jeweler Michael Hill (ASX: MHJ) which has reported a 54.5% increase in digital sales and the launch of

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  • Thedocyard to seek $45m for Ansarada merger to create global SaaS leader

    Although having only listed publicly on the ASX six months ago following a $26.5 million IPO, tech company thedocyard (ASX: TDY) is on the move again with a proposed merger with unlisted Ansarada to form a global leader in business services tech.  A proposed merger with Ansarada would require thedocyard to raise an additional $45

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  • Veris wins surveying contract for Stockland’s newest residential community

    Surveying company Veris (ASX: VRS) has strengthened its relationship with property developer Stockland (ASX: SGP) having been awarded a survey and design contract for their newest planned residential community – Katalia Estate. Katalia Estate is expected to take 10 years to complete all 1500 lots, with Veris to provide surveying and planning services for the

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  • Hydrix successfully implants heart attack warning device in four patients

    Since securing the exclusive distribution rights to the AngelMed Guardian device, the only FDA approved implantable heart attack warning system, Hydrix (ASX: HYD) has now successfully implanted the device in four patients in Singapore.  Implanted over a 3-day period, patients were selected based on their previous medical history to ensure they would benefit from the

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  • Emerge Gaming secures 10,000 subscribers, eyeing international expansion

    When discussing the global gaming and eSports market, Africa may be one of the less likely regions first considered, however, Emerge Gaming (ASX: EM1) may have identified a market gem having secured more than 10,000 subscribers within the first month of launching MTN Arena – a mobile gaming and tournaments platform. Co-branded alongside MTN, Africa’s

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  • Keytone Dairy partners with Coles to distribute plant-based protein shakes

    Within two weeks of launching their plant-based protein shakes, Keytone Dairy (ASX: KTD) has secured national distribution through Coles which will become the first major supermarket to stock Tonik Plant – the first plant-based shake of its kind. The distribution agreement comes amid a growing trend within Australian consumers seeking plant-based products, popular in the

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  • Bumper result for Baby Bunting as bubs get plenty of pandemic lovin’

    Through COVID-19, one of the better problems for retail businesses has been to not qualify for JobKeeper support, and is the case for Baby Bunting (ASX: BBN) which reported bumper FY20 sales of $405m, an 11.8% increase on the previous year. Strong results for the baby products retailer come despite disruption caused through the pandemic,

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  • Fiji Kava engaged by top healthcare company for anxiety treatment

    Anxiety sufferers may soon have a new alternative natural treatment available to them with health and wellness company Fiji Kava (ASX: FIJ) to supply noble kava extract to BioCeuticals, a healthcare products company owned by Blackmores (ASX: BKL). The supply agreement will provide BioCeuticals with noble kava extract to be used in their AnxioCalm products

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  • BlackEarth secures Tier 1 global offtake partner for their high-quality graphite

    Following significant testing on their graphite to confirm its high-quality specifications, BlackEarth Minerals (ASX: BEM) has secured a Tier 1 offtake partner with top European refractory company RHI Magnesita (LSE: RHIM) entering a binding agreement to purchase BlackEarth’s graphite.  The Memorandum of Understanding will see BlackEarth work closely with RHIM to produce “tailor-made” graphite concentrate

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  • A beer fortune turnaround Broo-ing with large CUB order

    Despite some struggles faced through COVID-19 shutdowns, beer producer Broo (ASX: BEE) could be on the move again having entered into a production agreement with Australia’s leading brewer Carlton and United Breweries (CUB).  The order with CUB comes despite Broo owning and operating their own brewery facility in Mildura where they produce Broo Premium Lager

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  • Gage Roads to launch flagship entertainment venue in WA tourism hub

    Fremantle Harbour’s Victoria Quay will soon become the spiritual home of Gage Roads Brewing (ASX: GRB) which has secured the iconic A Shed for a multi-discipline entertainment venue within the emerging tourism precinct. The A Shed, which played a key role in the establishment of Fremantle as a harbour town, will be re-designed by Gage

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  • IVE shares tumble as Coles ends printed catalogue delivery to 7 million households

    Kids looking for delivery routes as their first job have perhaps had the opportunity taken away from them thanks to technology, with Coles (ASX: COL) ending delivery of their weekly catalogues to more than 7 million Australian households.  Printed copies of catalogues will still be available in-store but the 14,000 walkers managed by marketing company

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  • Atomo’s rapid COVID-19 test approved by TGA for distribution

    Australians will soon have access to a rapid COVID-19 test where results can be obtained in just 15 minutes from a drop of blood following approval from the Therapeutic Goods Association (TGA) for Atomo Diagnostics’ (ASX: AT1) rapid antibody test. The test device has been independently tested at laboratories in France where the AtomoRapid test

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  • Healthia secures Queensland Rugby naming rights till end of 2021

    Allied healthcare provider Healthia (ASX: HLA) has strengthened its position as the leading physiotherapy and podiatry provider in Queensland having secured the naming rights for State’s top club rugby competition until the end of 2021. The Allsports Physiotherapy Hospital Challenge Cup resumed at the start of August following a COVID-19 hiatus and continues Healthia’s long

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  • Adairs rides online retail boom with record homemaker sales and profit

    Australians and Kiwis are likely to be very comfortable at home through pandemic isolation if the record sales of homemaker retailer Adairs (ASX: ADH) are an indicator, with the Company’s online sales up 110.5% for FY20. Although the pandemic caused closures of their retail stores across Australia and New Zealand for a few months, Adairs

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  • 4D Medical commences trading on the ASX, opens at 2x IPO Price

    Investors that missed out on the IPO for medtech company 4D Medical (ASX: 4DX) have had no qualms buying the stock on market with shares in 4DX opening at $1.47 when trading commenced this morning, more than double the IPO Offer Price of $0.73.  The significant jump follows a similar trend among Australian investors that

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  • QLD Government wants you visiting theme parks, issues Ardent $69.9m support

    With Queensland’s swift management of COVID-19, the Sunshine State is set to recover quicker than its southern neighbours and the State Government is aiming to restart its tourism industry via a $69.9m support package for Ardent Leisure (ASX: ALG) which will re-open Dreamworld and WhiteWater World in September. The financial assistance packages totaling $69.9 million

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  • Envirosuite acquires wastewater algorithm, set to launch industrial Smart Water service

    Environmental intelligence company Envirosuite (ASX: EVS) is looking to extend the world’s sustainable consumption capabilities having acquired technology that can optimise wastewater treatment plants using artificial intelligence and machine learning. The water modelling technology has been purchased for $1.35m from Aqueous Material Balance (AqMB) and enables users to run hypothetical changes to chemical and biological

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