Gerald Ainomugisha, Author at Anthill Online
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
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Gerald Ainomugisha

Say hello to Gerald aka Mr You-Can't-Touch-This (don't ask, long story). This lad fell in love with both writing and business way before he even got his first kiss. It is therefore no surprise that he now writes about business! A prolific freelance writer, Gerald joined the Fantastic Four... sorry, the fantastic Anthill team in July 2012 and has been contributing to the awesomeness on these pages since then.

The team that brought cinema on demand to Australia have launched a new, globally scalable platform that will enable independent filmmakers to negotiate a...

Airwallex joins the ranks of just over 90 other companies to go through the six-month program since its inception two years ago, with Start Path alumni including UK currency exchange and e-wallet startup Revolut, recently acquired US restaurant bill splitting app Dash.

Havas, one of the world's largest marketing and communications groups, has launched a Corporate Venture arm in Australia, Havas Ventures.

It’s usually easier to look back after a business has failed and identify why than it is to save a business from failing in the first place. However, it begs the question of what a business owner can do if their business is struggling?

Having just been named one of Australia’s Best Places to Work in 2016, David Hickey shares his insights on how to breed a corporate culture which attracts and retains talented, ambitious Millennials.

Are you about to launch a start-up? If so, what intellectual property (IP) do you have and how is it protected? Whilst this probably isn’t the most exciting topic of conversation when starting a new business venture, it's essential to consider as these will be among the first questions investors will ask of you.

The wide area network (WAN) that companies have today is likely be the last they ever use. The race to move applications and services to the cloud, and the availability of high performance broadband, are fuelling the greatest networking revolution in a generation.

A total of $220,000 was raised through angel investment in a recent round led by the Sydney Angels group, which included capital from the Sydney Angels Sidecar Fund. Further capital raised through private investors took the total amount raised to $1.5 million.

The successful launch of in May this year has attracted a number of high profile investors, such as Westpac, that have discovered the service’s potential to redefine how Australians buy or refinance their home.

At age 12, most kids are playing computer games and transitioning into high school, but this wasn’t the case for Mel Myers. At the ripe age of 12, he became Australia’s youngest university student and then went on to become Director of successful Australian start-up,

But as a professional CFO who has worked on both sides of the fence with Start-ups and Venture Capitalists, I can assure you that having a good CFO on board from an early stage, can make a huge difference in your company’s ability to cut through and succeed.

Mentorloop is a cloud based platform designed to make mentoring relationships easier to start, run and participate in for corporates, NFPs, government, universities and individuals themselves.

This year we’ve seen the rise of video content and consumption and it is showing no signs of declining with one Facebook executive going as far as to predict that the platform could be ‘all video’ within five years.

In the last year alone we’ve seen a string of technology-related customer service mishaps. Telstra’s five-time outage infuriated millions of Australian customers, leaving business-owners, students and families without internet access.

An increasing number of security companies tend to abandon the ancient walkie-talkie communication solutions, replacing them with more modern communications solutions, based on digital models such as the push-to-talk (PTT) over cellular phones

In the past there have been occupations that remained relatively stable, for example lawyers, doctors, and accountants. If you went to university, got one of these degrees, and entered that particular workforce, it was assumed that you’d be set for life. However, this is no longer the case.

In a sense it is an accounts and property management for home-owner's to handle the entire guest experience all guest inquiries, cleaning, property management.

kin2kin is a kind of private and live family album. Photos are organised by who is in the photo, not who sent them. Simply loving a photo, or making a comment, lets the person in the photo know you are thinking about them and lets you start a conversation directly with that person.

Investible, the leading startup generator that pairs entrepreneurial education with high quality investment capital, wants to empower more Australians to improve their investing skills and support top start-up talent.

Cancer treatment is about to be revolutionised on a global scale by five Sydney doctors who hope to make the lives of those living with cancer a little easier via a personalised smartphone app, known as CancerAid.




The world is littered with products that do little more than cover their cost, and underpaid service industry professionals. But there are some entrepreneurs who set their own prices and receive what they ask with apparent ease. Steve Major teaches you how to become one of these entrepreneurs in this 8-step infographic.


Recent words from Anna McPhee, CEO of the Australian National Retailers' Association (ANRA) suggested that, although consumer confidence is up, things could still be...