- Applications now open for 2021 Amazon Launchpad Innovation Grants
- Construction of the largest warehouse ever built in Australia is well underway, creating jobs for Western Sydney
- The Climate Pledge celebrates more than 100 signatories
- How Amazon operates
- Being safety conscious on the road and at work is second nature
...that are on top of the incredible 65 hours of deals that Australian Prime members will get access to.
As any new parent will attest; it’s once the sleep deprivation kicks in, the adrenaline wears off, and you’ve left the calm, supportive environment of the hospital that the anxiety begins to creep in. And what’s more stressful for first-time parents than a crying baby who can’t yet say what’s wrong?
Each Amazon Launchpad Innovation Grant is worth more than $200,000 and includes a combination of cash, mentorship and marketing support
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Meet Gabby, a Process Guide at our Brisbane fulfilment centre. She is one of the #AussiesofAmazon who is helping to fulfil customer orders this #PrimeDay
Baresop founder Prisca Ongonga-Daehn was told “it’s not possible” many times in the early development of her debut beauty and personal care product. But the three-time startup founder refused to give up. She had a vision for a product range that would reduce waste, be good for the planet, and be “waterless”, which proved to be the trickiest part.
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Melbourne-based mechanical engineer turned ‘beerpreneur’, Julian Sanders, has no doubt that beer culture is here to stay, and says its future is ‘frothing’ with potential.
When Victorian-based engineer, Alexandra Sinickas, had difficulty breastfeeding her daughter, her innate habit of problem-solving followed. Before she knew it, Milkdrop was born and Alex found her and her husband nurturing not just a baby, but a small business too.