Judy Sahay

Thought Leaders & Game Changers

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How Technology is Changing The Way we Travel

Only a few years ago, the idea of staying in a stranger’s house when you travelled was a bizarre concept. No one liked the idea of sleeping in someone else’s bed and, for a lot of people, it was a downright creepy idea when there were so many other holiday-specific options of accommodation available. Now, however, you would be hard-pressed to find a traveller who hasn’t at the very least

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Staring out on social media: the do’s and don’ts for small businesses.

When it all boils down, there are two types of industries: those that have been reshaped by digital technology, and those that will soon follow. In our world’s current business climate, the turn to the digital world is unavoidable. Businesses are now being run entirely online, and as we’ve seen with the recent announcements about the ABC Shop closures, physical retail is rapidly being replaced by an online presence. But,

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The right team for startup success.

If you have a new idea for a startup, it’s likely you’ll want to get started on your new venture right away, but rushing into it could do your idea more harm than good in the long run. One of the most important aspects of a startup is the people you start with, and deciding who to work with in the beginning can really make or break your fledgling business.

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Change is coming and it’s pushing young Australians out of the workforce. Learn how to prepare yourself for the digital revolution.

We all know that technology is advancing at a rapid rate, but is it actually outrunning us? The Foundation for Young Australians has recently released a report to say that our country’s youth may suffer from the hasty progression of technological advancement, with the majority of jobs people are studying for likely to be filled by robots rather than humans. The statistics found should be enough to alarm most young

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Tales of the Magical ‘Unicorn Companies’

Think of a typical day in your own everyday life; depending on your age you’ll probably begin the morning with breakfast, perhaps some tea while logging into facebook to see what’s happening amongst your ever-expanding network of online friends. On the train to work you might escape into the sounds of your favourite new artist thanks to Spotify, whilst at the office, Google is your best friend and go-to-person for

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If This, Then That (IFTTT)

As we venture further into the 21st century, our lives are becoming increasingly (and some might say worryingly) connected thanks to the constant march of digital technology. What began as the humble email and web browser in the early 1990’s days of Web 1.0 evolved into the social media platforms of the mid 2000’s onwards which delivered us to where we stand today, in the era of Web 2.0. But

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The Rise of Online Advertisement

We are all used to television advertisements interrupting our favourite programs with insistent promotions for products, and even if it seems commercial breaks are never ending, businesses are now looking away from television to advertise. As more people head online, companies are looking to shift to a new space to promote their product, with the online audience potentially more receptive to what they’re selling. Spending for online advertising is expected

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Saying goodbye to the Saturday newspaper

As the world goes digital, Australians are turning to their screens to source out the news, and shying away from more traditional means. With the development and release of Amazon’s Kindle in 2007, many predicted that print media would gradually die out, making way for the digital age, and now newspapers are beginning to feel the same pain as other traditional print publications. It’s a change that media outlets are

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Women who are changing the face of technology in Australia.

Australia’s tech world is still shockingly behind the times in terms of equality, with women making up less than 20% of the information and communications technology workforce in 2013. Despite plenty of initiatives and movements to get women more involved in the sector, the statistics remain the same, and it is due to a myriad of reasons, included unequal pay and a hostile working environment. One of the key features

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