In this episode of Futurpreneur national business editor John McDuling is joined by Scott Farquhar to discuss the future of work as the country emerges from the shackles of coronavirus restrictions.
Scott is the founder of Australia’s most successful technology company, Atlassian. Together with Mike Cannon-Brookes he founded the company in 2002 with $10,000 of credit card debt. Over the past two decades Atlassian has emerged as one for the world’s largest technology companies and is Australia’s newest $100 billion company.
It’s probably responsible for key tools developers and IT support use where you work. Atlassian is known for its extremely progressive approach to remote work, and internal culture.
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