If you’re an Australian business owner keen to focus on jet-setting your products and services across the ocean, good news is coming your way. $60 million worth of good news to be precise. The newest federal government meeting is set to top up the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) Scheme with a cool $60 million.
Small businesses are the most vulnerable when it comes to cybersecurity and are often the least equipped to deal with threats and the associated risks. In fact, 22 per cent of Australian small businesses1 who were the victim of the 2017 Ransomware attacks are no longer operating. Similarly, the majority of Australian small businesses still haven’t
Mobile payments can be a finicky business. Consumers are presented with a broad range of payment options and channels – from Apple Pay to Google Wallet to Visa Checkout – all vying for majority adoption. The industry’s brightest minds and deepest pockets are at work to create better commerce experiences, including Samsung, Wal-mart, Google, PayPal
Under the deal eWAY’s 20,000-plus merchants will now be able to accept the full spectrum of card payments, including Visa and MasterCard, as well as EFTPOS through payment methods such as Apple Pay, Contactless, Chip & Pin, and Magnetic Swipe. Mint CEO Alex Teoh, said Mint will derive ongoing revenues from monthly fees, merchant service
The move means eWAY merchants — of which there are currently 20,000, from tradies to market stalls — can accept online payments anywhere. Matt Bullock, eWAY founder and chief executive, told The Australian merchants would no longer need to purchase, set up, and maintain a traditional eftpos terminal, while online retailers who wished to open physical stores
The eWAY H1 2015 Online Retail Report, released today, found eCommerce grew at steady pace throughout the financial year 2014-15, with a particularly strong finish in June. The report said Australians spent a total of $18.3bn in the FY14-15. Australian eCommerce firm eWAY, which processes a quarter of all online payments in Australia, reported a 21.7