What’s in store for Australian tech entrepreneurs in 2016?
2015 was undoubtedly the year of startups and entrepreneurs. It was the year that took the likes of Uber, Atlassian and Canva to new heights and put the brakes on Dropbox, Snapchat and Twitter. Collaborations between brands and people grew, but so did our need for niche products and individuality. We also saw digital become […]
How to turn a frustration into a fast-growing business
Finding reliable part-time staff can be a headache for small businesses, while on the flip side, it’s tricky for jobseekers to find work that fits in with their schedules. This ongoing frustration sparked a business idea for two savvy entrepreneurs, who are now planning to take their successful recruitment platform internationally.
Susannah George on using the web to drive customers
Susannah George launched TheUrbanList.com last year, because she believed small businesses could be better leveraging the web to drive customers through their doors. Here, she talks about building a platform to facilitate this and reveals her desire to build a business that attracts the best talent available.
The start-up’s secret to funding growth
DIGIVIZER was the first business to bring social prospect discovery software to market in Australia, and as a result, is experiencing significant growth. Here, co-founder Emma Lo Russo looks at the pitfalls of growing quickly, advising start-ups on funding this.
Take note: Livescribe founder talks investors and start-up tips
Jim Marggraff, founder of digital smartpen business Livescribe, has faced no shortage of financial challenges as an entrepreneur. He launched just as the GFC hit, and battled to find investors to get Livescribe off the ground. But after 5 years- and one million smartpen sales- his company is at the forefront of the market. Here’s how he did it.
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