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Henry Thai

Henry studies engineering at Curtin University. He has a diverse set of interests and was previously a journalist and news presenter for 107.3fm and The Wire National Current Affairs on Radio.

Key growth area for WA found in data science

// With more than 93% of organisations ranking data science as a vital need, it’s time for WA to step up to the data science plate...

The ‘Jetson reality’ turns electric

// World leader in aerospace electrification is happening in a Jandakot workshop, and they’ve just hit two massive milestones.

Perth developers raise the Flubar

// Entrepreneurial software development company Ninja Software has created what could be the answer to preventing an outbreak of flu in the workplace...

Startup WA launches Help Centre for WA startups

// A flattening curve in Australia is welcome news, but the negative impact on business remains.

Consumer data reaffirms major concerns about personal wealth

// The headline concerns of finance and health continue to dominate consumer minds, although job and food security concerns are surprisingly low.

The COVID-19 business assistance toolkit

// Startup News has brought together all the available support we could find that might be relevant...

Behind the hype: what the stats say about consumer behaviour

// Panic buying may have gripped the headlines, but the majority of Aussies did NOT stock up on essentials, stats reveal...

Next generation motor electrifies WA

// Wangara based company HyperPower Technologies has broken into the world of hyper loop and aerospace with its brand new 'Quantum Force' electric motor.

Do you know how to start up future minds?

// A looming skills shortage needs innovative education solutions, with applications for Future Minds Accelerator closing 23 March.

WA medicinal cannabis startup makes ASX debut

// Hot on the heals of newly IPO'd WA tech company iCetana, Little Green Pharma has also gone public on the ASX.

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