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auticon Team race car driver Ben Taylor met with entrepreneur and auticon investor Sir Richard Branson. The pair had the opportunity to talk about the season ahead and how the team plans to use neurodiverse strengths to create a difference on the track. At the headquarters of high-performance motorsport Porsche Centre Melbourne Motorsport, autistic driver...
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Autistic race car driver Ben Taylor on debut, in his first race out of karting, won the first round of the Australian F3 Championships in Sydney in 2021. In 2024, he’ll debut in the Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge, but this season will be different. This season he’s partnering with the largest autistic IT consulting business...
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auticon’s mission is provide meaningful employment for autistic talent all around the world. Our business model allows us to integrate this unique group of individuals – with a phenomenal skillset – to the benefit for many of our clients.  auticon technologist Fraser talks about his experiences working at auticon and providing services to auticon client,...
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On a mission to discover a world of course development opportunities in the post-professional market, The University of Melbourne has embraced autistic strengths to develop a methodology and approach to understanding key data.  The University of Melbourne worked with IT consulting and autistic-majority company auticon on a data analytics project that would offer insights to...
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auticon and Foodstuffs North Island have come together to improve business outcomes and change the prospects of people on the autism spectrum. Using the power of neurodiversity to strengthen team output, grow diverse thinking and broaden talent opportunities, the partnership will work to deliver superior results and create meaningful work opportunities. With New Zealand’s growing...
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The transaction is an offensive to unite two innovative social enterprises and global players in the IT industry; the deal unifies more than 465 autistic employees to become the largest autistic-majority company in the world  OSLO, NORWAY and MUNICH, GERMANY — auticon and Unicus have entered into an agreement under which the two companies will unite....
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It is estimated that less than 29% (ons.gov.uk) of autistic adults are in any form of meaningful employment (Office for National Statistics, UK). Autistic people commonly have cognitive strengths that make them particularly well-suited for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Despite this, they are faced with barriers such as an exclusionary recruitment...
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auticon, a social enterprise that exclusively employs autistic adults as technology consultants, today released a compelling new report on autism in the workplace. The report Neurodiversity at Work, available inside the company’s latest Impact Report, asked 985 autistic professionals about their autism diagnosis, finding quality career opportunities, and disclosing their autism to employers. A crisis...
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In cyber security the challenges of finding people in wake of the Optus and Medibank data breaches are significantly heightened. With a focus on bolstering their defenses, employers are exploring new options and seeing significant value in breaking down barriers to employment for neurodiverse individuals. Due to rigid employment practices in many organisations skilled neurodivergent...
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This event is designed for people on the autism spectrum looking for an employment opportunity in the Information Technology industry with leading IT consulting practice auticon. auticon work with leading Australian and global companies in IT and support our consultants to deliver world class projects in software engineering, cybersecurity, data analytics and quality assurance and...
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