How Startups Can Benefit From Utilizing Their Data In Early Stages

If you’re an early-stage startup, chances are you have setup a simple database to collect relevant data. Not every startup can afford to implement a rigorous data strategy from day one, nor are they required to. All founders see the benefit in storing data for future use and many do a good job in sorting and storing it. Many, however, overlook the benefits of implementing those datasets for current use.

Navigating the ever-changing landscape as an early stage startup

"I've got a million dollar idea, and it's going to change the way [insert disruption here]!" Says almost every founder at the beginning of their startup journey.  Honestly, in one form or another, that should be the mindset of every founder. If they don't believe in their own vision, how are they supposed to convince their employees, shareholders and customers?  But what happens when an idea isn't that great? Does a startup simply just die? Perhaps there are clues that are being ignored: startup’s transformation starts with the humility of the founder and the willingness to embrace change.

Australia has held the perception that we are quite the active, outdoors types. That we eat well and enjoy a good standard level of general health. However, a December 2018 update to a major report first released in 2016 by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare suggests quite a different reality is emerging in Australia.