AustraliaGrowthLondonThinkandGrow
July 15, 2018

Tips for expanding your Australian startup to the UK

Since joining Think & Grow, much of my time has been focused on helping Australian and Kiwi tech businesses expand into the UK. With a history of business connections, common law, a favourable geographic location,…
Read More
AustraliaRecruitmentStartupThinkandGrow
June 21, 2018

Why we need a startup salary guide

The psychology of compensation is an interesting challenge we face at Think & Grow when working with both our corporate and high growth customers. Understanding how candidates think about their package is an important first step for…
Read More
AustraliaPeopleThinkandGrow
June 18, 2018

Think & Grow Expands in Sydney

We’ve had a stellar start to 2018 and continue to grow the team with amazing talent in newly named partners - Sophia Witherington and Simon Robinson. Sophia started her career with a global consumer business…
Read More
AustraliaGrowth
April 4, 2018

People, Culture and momentum: Australia’s top five tech ecosystem challenges

Australia’s startup eco-system is at a critical turning point. For the first time, we are seeing waves of disruptive startups attracting significant capital for growth. Two years ago, a $3 million Series A would have…
Read More
AustraliaNewsRecruitmentThinkandGrowVisas
March 12, 2018

In the News – Entrepreneur Visa

Like most flourishing startup ecosystems attracting the necessary caliber of founders and employees is necessary for its success. Australia recently announced the trial of an Entrepreneur Visa. We have seen similar measures taken in places…
Read More
AustraliaThinkandGrow
March 6, 2018

Think & Grow expands Melbourne presence

Think & Grow is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Hadj, who joins our team as a Partner based in our Melbourne office. Sarah has solid experience in the quest for top talent across…
Read More
AustraliaGrowthLondonStartup
June 20, 2017

3 years ahead

There is a saying in the Australian tech industry that you have probably heard before “3 years ahead”. What this saying refers to is that when best practice global trends occur, Australia is 3 years…
Read More