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Qualtrics appoints new Australia and New Zealand exec
“Huge opportunities await in this new era of business, and I’m excited to help our customers capitalise on them.”
Apple popular amongst Australian tech employees
Technology was named as the most attractive industry in Australia, followed by early learning and engineering.
New Qantas app helps pilots reduce carbon emissions
“It provides pilots with flight data in a very visual way, allowing them to see first hand the amount of fuel used at different stages of a flight."
Qantas signs deal with Alibaba's online travel platform
Qantas International CEO Gareth Evans and Fliggy vice president Jerry Hu have signed a Memorandum of Understanding.
Dell and Intel partner with Qantas to offer incentive for tech and travel
For every dollar they spend on Dell business Technology solutions through the Dell for Work online store, members will earn one Qantas Point.
Randstad names Australia’s most attractive companies – are you on the list?
Randstad has named Australia’s most attractive employers for job seekers that are using the recruitment company to find work.
Research determines Australia's most popular boss
Celebrity brands are unmistakably magnetic, employers of choice, and allow employees to be pioneers of their own brand purpose, values, and mission.
Sydney-based customer intelligence provider raises AU$4.5m in funding
Local Measure's current clients include AccorHotels, Hardrock, Qantas and Club Med.
Qantas takes customers on VR journey with new app
“Customers loved our trial of VR headsets last year, but we wanted to take it to another level and make it more accessible."
Apple Watch goes airborne with Qantas
Qantas has jumped aboard the Apple Watch movement, with its mobile app now ‘Apple Watch ready’.
Qantas squeezes more revenue on trans-Tasman route in busier market
Qantas Airways, Australia biggest airline, lifted revenue on trans-Tasman routes by 18 percent last year amid increased traffic flows.
In-flight iPad takes off with Qantas
Passenger privileges to include iPad luxuries as Australian tech war hits the sky.