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Technology, Media and Telecommunications

Deloitte Private Industries, Technology, Media and TelecommunicationsDeloitte Private has a long history of working with some of Australia's fastest growing private technology, media and Telecommunications organisations. 

Through programmes such as the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 we have deep industry knowledge of TMT companies and the challenges they face in areas such as internet, software, computers, telecommunications and networking, semiconductor and related industries, and broadcasting and publishing.

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Submission to Treasury on Employee Shares Schemes and Startup Companies Submission to Treasury on Employee Shares Schemes and Startup Companies
Startup companies often use option arrangements to attract and retain employees and to bring investors and entrepreneurial know-how on board.
   
Deloitte Tech Trends 2014 report Deloitte Tech Trends 2014 report
Wearables, cloud orchestration, social activation, cognitive analytics and cyber-security shape, inspire and transform business.
   
Technology Predictions 2014 Technology Predictions 2014
Covers various technology, media and telecommunications predictions for 2014.
   
Technology Fast 50 Technology Fast 50
Now in its thirteenth year, the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 is a program that recognises and profiles Australian technology companies, public or private, that have achieved the fastest rates of annual revenue growth (based on percentage revenue growth over the last three years).
   
Playing it safe is the Biggest risk – Eye Level report Playing it safe is the Biggest risk – Eye Level report
Startups. Playing it safe is the biggest risk.
   
Deloitte Access Economics report: Connected Small Business
Small businesses that are highly engaged with the web are two times more likely to be growing and earn two times more revenue per employee than those with low engagement. Yet more than 35% of small businesses in Australia use virtually no internet at all.
   
Silicon Beach - a study of the Australian Startup ecosystem Silicon Beach: A study of the Australian Startup Ecosystem
A study of the Australian Startup Ecosystem, shows that Australian tech startup companies are struggling to grow into successful, global companies and are more risk-averse than their U.S. equivalents.

 

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