Thinking Ahead - Time to look at flanker brands again?

Thinking Ahead - Time to look at flanker brands again?

(From Justin Jameson, CEO) The Australian MVNO market has been booming, eating into the share of the big three players. The number of MVNO subscribers has increased by 10% pa since 2011 and is not slowing down. As reported by Venture Insights, consumers are increasingly embracing cheaper MVNO alternatives to the big three MNOs. Part of the uptake has been driven by bundled offerings such as Amaysim's energy bundle and Dodo's broadband and entertainment bundles.

ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report – much needed digital reforms have arrived

ACCC Digital Platforms Inquiry Final Report – much needed digital reforms have arrived

The ACCC in its final report on the Digital Platforms has come up with a range of practical measures that could potentially help curb any anti-competitive behaviours from the tech giants. While the report focuses primarily on Google and Facebook, the ACCC has aimed to ensure that the recommendations are future-proof and adaptable to other digital platforms as the market evolves.

RegTech: a new Australian export?

RegTech: a new Australian export?

Vocus held its strategy day on 3rd July 2019, detailing its efforts to turning around its business units. Its core Network Services and Retail units require substantial investment to stimulate revenue and market share growth. Vocus has identified mobile and its subsea cable assets as key drivers for growth. After two unsuccessful merger attempts in the last month, Vocus needs to ensure it can transform the company.

Vocus Strategy update: leverage fibre, subsea and mobile to build Enterprise, Government & Wholesale market share

Vocus Strategy update: leverage fibre, subsea and mobile to build Enterprise, Government & Wholesale market share

Vocus held its strategy day on 3rd July 2019, detailing its efforts to turning around its business units. Its core Network Services and Retail units require substantial investment to stimulate revenue and market share growth. Vocus has identified mobile and its subsea cable assets as key drivers for growth. After two unsuccessful merger attempts in the last month, Vocus needs to ensure it can transform the company.

Transforming the live sports experience – it’s game on for 5G

Transforming the live sports experience – it’s game on for 5G

Major sports codes in Australia are trying to figure out how to engage and attract younger fans, and they are looking to technology not only to gain and retain fans but also to get fans into the stadium. Technological development is rapidly changing almost every facet of the business of live sports and as sport changes both on and off the field, innovation has become a key priority for all industry stakeholders.