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Moroku Chore Scout scores Global 3rd

Moroku’s www.chorescout.com has won 3rd place in the Temenos 2017 Innovation Jam. There were 10 global finalists after the 5 regional heats with some strong competition. Each company was provided 7 minutes to pitch their story to the audience of over 1000 industry representatives from all over the world. Delighted with ...

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Gamified Parenting Platform Delivers

This week the NSW state government of Australia launched a $20M innovation fund to tackle domestic violence. The Innovation Fund will provide a financial investment for initiatives in the following areas: Prevention Early intervention Improving the delivery of crisis services in response to domestic and family violence.   In the ...

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Moroku’s 2017 Mahavakya

The Mahavakyas are the great sentences of the ancient wisdom traditions in India and are contained in the Upanishads. Maha is Great, and Vakyas are sentences, or utterances for contemplation. They are simply the Big Ideas. Moroku’s Mahavakya is that after a life of work, people, particularly those in the developed world, should rightly expect to have ...

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A fresh look at mobile money

Mobile Industry Group (MIG) – 15 August Meeting – Wallets, Payments & Commerce – A fresh look at mobile money Monday, 15 August 2016 from 3:30PM – 5:30PM A reminder our MIG meeting for August is on Monday. Our topic for the month is Wallets, Payments & Commerce – A fresh look at mobile money. ...

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Do Not Fire and Forget

Global revenue from mobile games is expected to rise 21% to about $37 billion this year. That’s twice what retail banks will spend on digital.  This growth has driven the China super hero Tencent to take a 84% stake in Supercell, the maker of the very popular Clash of Clans ...

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Money Ex Machina

ANZ took three years to get their mobile wallet from concept to market and as such was the last of the big four banks to give their customers digital cards. The bank started by trying to get customers to stick their lovely iPhones into an ugly piece of plastic and ...

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