Recognised for being one of the first technology companies in Australia to have live commercial implementations across a range of sectors, the vision of Lakeba’s Future Hub is to provide a one-stop-shop solution for Australian businesses looking to adopt solutions from conception, to development all the way through to tax, legal and regulatory compliance.
“With the support of Grant Thornton’s technology industry team, the Future Hub will be greatly strengthened with the proven taxation authority and accounting governance leadership Grant Thornton brings to the table,” said Giuseppe Porcelli, CEO and Founder, Lakeba Group.
“Together with our legal partner Piper Alderman, legal experts in the sphere, the additional weight of Grant Thornton in supporting the Lakeba Future Hub means we can genuinely deliver a comprehensive array of expert services geared to drive rapid growth of developments in this market and abroad,” said Giuseppe.
Aryk Bechler, Tax Partner, Grant Thornton, noted the alignment with Lakeba’s Future Hub offers a powerful incentive for progressive business organisations to embrace emerging technology, giving them license to thrive in an ecosystem that delivers on three critical aspects; legal, taxation and the technology development itself.
“The Future Hub brings a new level of support to Australian businesses in the emerging technology sphere. The offer of a one-stop-shop is unlike any other collaboration currently available in the market,” said Aryk Bechler.
“Since launching the Future Hub in July, we are progressively expanding the remit and the scope of partners to further strengthen the development and commercialisation ecosystem. We welcome Grant Thornton’s taxation expertise and greatly value the impact they will bring to the Future Hub,” said Darren Younger, Lakeba’s Growth Officer and Head of Future hub.
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