DiUS’ Beth Skurrie and Corrine Liang have been recognised for their professional achievements in the ARN Women in ICT Awards for 2020.
A few weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to participate in a GameDay on a client engagement. As this would be my first Gameday, I was super excited, however I had little idea about what to expect, or how I should prepare for it. In this blog post, I’ll share my own personal experience from participating in a GameDay, with a focus on the more technical side of things.
DiUS announced four-time finalist in the ARN Innovation Awards for 2020.
DiUS named two-time finalist in the 2020 CRN Impact Awards.
Last month, we were invited to attend SBC’s Sports and Event Tech Fast Track event at the Australian Grand Prix. Fast Track events are designed to provide instant feedback to startups wanting to be part of the SBC program from industry experts, potential partners and investors. 10 local Victorian startups were invited to pitch at the event, receive feedback and hear more about SBC’s accelerator program.
Celebrating International Women’s Day this year was bittersweet. It’s wonderful to be part of an event that’s so widely adopted. It’s an occasion to talk up all the wonderful women we know and work with—and goodness me there are many—to raise awareness of how far we still have to go in workforce gender equality, and talk about how to get there. But it’s also a reminder that it’s 2020 and we still live in a world without equality, not just in gender.
Our very own Sadia Mir – Principal XD Consultant and Digital Strategist – took the stage last month, alongside Australia’s top women in tech to explore both sides of the ethics coin.
At DiUS, we’re passionate about developing technology solutions that are profitable, innovative and improve the communities in which we live and work; solutions that create shared value.
Here are some of the startups we met through the Startupbootcamp Energy Accelerator program selection process who are expanding the frontiers in decarbonisation, digitisation and decentralisation.
To advance applied co-innovation, DiUS is sponsoring the Startupbootcamp Energy Accelerator program in Melbourne for the 3rd year running. The world’s largest startup accelerator, Startupbootcamp covers multiple vertical areas from fintech to sportstech and energy.