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Many of us are still sitting on our great business ides because we feel we are not yet 'ready'. But here's the thing: you don't need to have everything down pat before launching your business - you can build your plane in the sky.
Australian start-up OSCAR RAZOR has launched an Australian and NZ subscription service for high quality home delivered shaving system from as little as $2.50 per blade looking to take on grooming giant, Gillette.
This former Google employee is opening a futuristic first-of-its-kind learning centre for HSC students...
A new Google-inspired HSC learning centre will open its doors today with a mission to train the brightest young minds in Sydney for stellar careers in science, medicine, mathematics and English courtesy of Richard Chua's Talent 100.
Four frustrated colleagues started this tech start-up to bring professional service businesses out of...
Christine Higgins, Eamonn Bell, Glenn Fowler and Geoff McQueen started AffinityLive out of frustration, to create integrated, cloud-based business-automation software for professional service businesses.
For the first time, a study has asked Australian female tech entrepreneurs about what they believe are the greatest factors holding them back. The study was conducted by Terem Technologies.
StartupAUS today announced the return of Startup Spring for the third year running taking place across Australia from 10-30 September, with the aim to top last year’s record number of 160 events nationally.
People are living digitally at home, at work and everywhere in between, offering businesses a chance to connect with their customers 24/7. The issue lies in when and how to target these consumers.
Over a third of Australian employers believe that offering staff flexible work arrangements is the best way stop them searching out alternative employment, according to figures released by Employsure.
Crace, located in the north of Canberra, is one of Australia’s fastest-growing suburbs. Geospatial mapping and visual analytics company, nearmap has exclusive photos of the evolution of Crace — since its bushland times.
They say herding cats is like well... herding cats. But that didn't stop the guys in this ad from taking it on. Everyone else chooses to herd cattle, goats, sheep... you know, the easy ones. Not these guys.
A group of five high net worth Australian investors, which includes the CEOs of Goldman Sachs and Godfreys, have invested $2 million in WHIZZ cleaning app’s Series B financing round.
Carpet cleaner and inventor David Ranger has developed the WAYO board, a 39-inch high definition digital sign board that he believes is the world’s first mobile digital sign board that can deliver content in real-time via the Internet.
Sydney fintech start-up Easyshare has launched its new digital platform, aiming to make the lives of Australia’s 4.1 million renters easier by eliminating their common disputes over money splits for rent and bills.
Kathy Wong started Moeloco, a socially conscious business that sells thongs (flip-flops) with inspirational messages on the soles and for every pair sold, donates canvas shoes to a poor child in Kolkata, India.
It was a case of necessity being the mother of invention for Find My Rice, the world's newest and most comprehensive hospitality search engine, out to link suppliers, producers, business owners and customers in on place.
Tired of doing chores? Dryz, a Melbourne-based tech start-up, has launched an app that offers an on-demand, door-to-door laundry and dry cleaning service.
Kim Kardashian has been hailed as an $85 million entrepreneur after shooting to fame in 2007 in one of the most infamous sex tape...
Over half (53 per cent) of Australian SMBs take up to a year to start their professional services business, according to a new study from Servcorp. Karen Thompson Walker's TED talk could help.
As recently as the 17th Century, lobster was fed to prisoners and servants - rebranding as an 'exotic dish' by railway companies in the...
Vietnamese food chain Rolld were surprised and delighted a few weeks ago, when they scooped the 2015 Multi Site Restaurant of the Year Award at the 2nd Annual QSR Media Awards in Sydney.