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Meet Mozo, Anthill Cool Company Awards 2014 WINNER [Number Crusher Category]

Anthill Cool Company Awards The Cool Company Awards were launched in 2006 as a way for Anthill to acknowledge and celebrate Australian organisations that are...

Meet DesignCrowd, Anthill 2014 Cool Company Award WINNER [Big Kahuna]

Most online design companies are either expensive and bad, or cheap and bad. Design crowd connects businesses with talented designers – just like it should be! DesignCrowd is an Australian company that makes it easy to crowd-source designs, and it's rapidly making a name for itself in the international market, because of how good it's doing its job.

Meet atmail, Anthill 2014 Cool Company Award WINNER [Global Growth]

Atmail is the outlaw of email providers. They are the rebels with real smarts. Atmail is making customers and other stakeholders their accomplices to transform the way they are used to see email. Atmail technology can be adapted and customised to meet the customers business' requirements. Atmail has more than 4,500 customers, including 7 of the 10 biggest ISPs in Australia

Meet Branding By Air, Anthill Cool Company Awards 2014 WINNER [X-Factor]

Anthill Cool Company Awards The Cool Company Awards were launched in 2006 as a way for Anthill to acknowledge and celebrate Australian organisations that are...

Meet Peepable, Anthill’s 2014 Coolest Company

Think about this: can you search for a video using only a certain quote said in it? Nope. Today’s video search is either confined to single platforms or is based on titles and meta tags. Determined to make video as searchable and shareable as text, Peepable will change this by allowing users to search on the spoken word in video and 'peep' right into a video to find just what they are looking for.

Meet innie, Anthill 2014 Cool Company Award WINNER [Micro]

In 2013, Bart, a skater guy who didn’t like the look of big floppy bows on his skate shoes got fed up with the discomfort of having to stuff his laces into his shoes to achieve a ‘bowless’ look. After finding out that there was no commercial solution to his ‘first world’ problem, Bart set out to invent a solution himself, and that is how the innie, a small flexible clip that attaches your lace to the inside of your shoe, came to life.

Top 100 Coolest Companies in Australia 2014

The countdown to the Cools has begun. From the hundreds of applications we received this year, this impressive posse has been selected as our Top...

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