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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.

How international money transfers ruined a buck’s weekend and birthed a global startup

The company was conceived as a way of transferring money without the cost and delays associated with traditional international bank transfers and initially sought to provide Indian expats in Australia with a cost-effective means of sending money to family back home.

Short-term thinking is killing our businesses in the long run – what can we...

It’s time that companies regard their own inertia as ticking time bombs and wake up to the urgency of sustainable investment. But for this to happen, we need to adopt a new narrative to motivate change.

Prospa secures additional $20 million investment, scoops employment award

Prospa has just added to their funding round by securing a $20 million line from Silicon Valley based Partners For Growth reflecting a wider trend of fast-growth...

Proptech startup Property HQ is out to shake up commercial real estate search in...

Proptech startup Property HQ launched its new branding and a beta launch of its website this week with a renewed desire to disrupt and shake up the “status-quo.”

Why do people work in better in different workspaces? How can you manage yours?

Research suggests that our workstations can play a huge role in how we feel emotionally and in turn how it affects our work productivity.

Siri for running your business: meet the world’s first AI-powered business advisor

Founded by Dale Beaumont, BRiN is a smart-phone app that is capable of providing personalised education and human-like support to every entrepreneur on the planet all at the same time.

6 questions SME owners should ask themselves in order to fight off cyber attacks

If well known brands are attacked and breached, how can smaller organisations defend themselves? Does it mean that SMEs face even greater risk? And if it does, what can the smaller entities do about it?

Melbourne retail tech startup success Brauz has secured additional $1 million funding

Brauz, a personalised retail app making waves in the industry, has announced an additional $1 million in funding from investors, as well as the rapid growth of its local team after just four months since its launch in the App Store.

This Australian biotech startup has produced a world-first bone “glue” and secured $3.4 million...

Australian biotech, Trimph, has successfully completed a first-in-human trial of its proprietary bone “glue”, TrimphDent, the only bone graft substitute in the world to be applied in...

Expert360 secures a $13 million Series B round to shake up the consulting industry

The Series B investment will enable Expert360 to carve out a bigger slice of the $600B global consulting industry by offering a host of new features and functionality for both clients and consultants, as well as continued international expansion.

What it takes to reap the full benefits of digitisation for small to medium...

  You’ve seen and read about the benefits digitisation can deliver to your business, but your initial research has shown that you can’t simply install...

This Sydney startup is defining a new approach to music using blockchain tech

The Zimrii Platform seeks to turn the music value chain more in favour of the artists and away from the various music intermediaries who dilute the potential earnings of the artist.

U.S-based, Aussie tech startup Brydge launches game­-changing keyboard for Microsoft Surface Pro

Brydge, the company that set a new benchmark for iPad keyboards around the world, is proud to launch its first keyboard for the Microsoft Surface Pro in Australia.

This Australian tech startup has set out to revolutionise the experience of cancer and...

Justin McLean, a global PwC strategy partner, launched his vision for the app following his own personal experiences as well as global research into the pain points experienced by patients and carers in the US, the UK and Australia.

This startup is using world-first tech to reinvent traditional vending and innovate the digital...

The technology uses Android computers to integrate interactive touchscreens, vending machine motherboards and a cloud-based management system that collects instant, valuable consumer data for brands.

Silicon Valley based accelerator 500 Startups has officially launched in Melbourne

LaunchVic is pleased to announce that Dave McClure, who along with Christine Tsai, founded 500 Startups in 2010, is in Melbourne this week to officially launch the Australian office of the internationally renowned venture capital seed fund.

Australia’s Demand Film reaches out to half a billion people with North American expansion

The team that brought cinema on demand to Australia and New Zealand four years ago is excited to announce its expansion into North America, increasing its potential audience to more than half a billion movie goers

Sydney tech startup Tapview out to disrupt online publishing with micropayment solution

Sydney company Tapview has developed new micropayment technology that gives people the freedom to pay a few cents for each online news story they want to read rather than pay a full subscription for news they may not use.

Have startups fallen off the radar? Here’s what they think of the 2017 federal...

StartupAUS, Australia's peak advocacy group for startups, acknowledged support for fintech in the 2017-18 Federal Budget, but noted there was a lack of focus on innovation or entrepreneurship.

Australia abolishes 457 visas – what is the impact on its startup and tech...

While a focus on training Australians to fill our own labour market needs is important, skilled migrants are often best positioned to be educating the next generation of Australian workers

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