HSF has implemented countless measures of late to embed a culture of innovation across the entire firm. They believe that innovation isn’t simply about technology, but is a mindset; something that every employee should be leaning towards. But when it comes to technology, they certainly have been a market leader, in 2018 launching the Australian National Blockchain (ANB) together with IBM, CSIRO’s Data61, and KWM. ANB aspires to be Australia’s first permanent, large-scale, le potentially major Australian milestone “will give businesses an efficient, secure and streamlined solution to enable digitised and automated contracts known as Smart Legal Contracts.”

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