Events, conferences, workshops and seminars for entrepreneurs, innovators and Australian business builders.
The Anthill Masterclass has already helped hundreds of Australian business owners, marketing professionals and web developers embrace the future of marketing and get real results from their websites and social media.
Experience the latest in Australian entrepreneurship at the 5th annual National Angel Investor Conference
The National Angel Conference 2012 provides an opportunity to meet experienced national and international Angel Investors and entrepreneurs and hear about the latest industry trends and investment opportunities.
Over 100 high-profile entrepreneurs are coming together for The Entourage Harbour Cruise. Mix, mingle and cause mischief with some of Australia's most impressive business names under 40.
You may have experimented with AdWords. AdWords might already be core to your strategy. Perhaps you're an online newbie with a desire to dip your toes into the AdWords estuary, with ambitions to make your big splash as a Big Kahuna on the waves of the interwebs! Whether you're a master farmer in the fields of online marketing or an AdWords apprentice, we suspect it's safe to assume one thing. You are not using Search Engine Marketing as well as you could.
Key People enjoy a special status in their chosen field because they are well connected, well known, well regarded and highly valued.
Darren Rowse is a global professional blogging phenomenon. In 2002, he 'stumbled across a book on blogging. Within five years, his ProBlogger blog was listed as number two on Technorati's most favorited blogs list and number 40 on its most linked to list. His blogs generate around 85,000-100,000 page views... wait for it... a day!
This year, the team behind Creative3 wants creative enterprise professionals to once again learn about creativity, enterprise and investments at Creative3 International Forum 2011. Media vanguards Tracey Robertson, Shainiel Deo, Pip Jamieson and Simon Goodrich are set to headline the event.
At the Start-up Weekend Melbourne, Australian entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to pitch their business ideas before a panel of venture capitalists and incubators which are looking for the next big thing. The winning startup idea will win $5,000, mentoring support and a chance to enter a $15,000, three-month incubator program.
Think clever. Think big. That’s the motto of the Creative Innovation 2011’s two day conference in Melbourne. The conference, whose theme is “The challenges and opportunities of a super-connected world,” presents an opportunity for participants to hear renowned speakers and presentations, to take master classes and to attend a Gala dinner.
Converting your idea into a valuable asset is a challenge. That's why Pitch Club offers aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to “pitch” their idea to angel investors, venture capitalists and fellow entrepreneurs. Rub shoulders with those who have been there and done that. Get access to expert advice, funding and opportunities to take an entrepreneurial journey.
Ambitious Australian business owners are being given the opportunity this October to receive fiscal and networking support to help meet their goals – all in a five-minute pitch!
If your high-tech business needs funding, then the Angel Dinner held on 15 November 2011 is where you need to be. Innovation Bay is calling for 90-second video pitches from businesses that will aim to convince the organisation’s members to award a pitch spot at the dinner.
Last year, the Pearcey NSW ICT and Digital Media Entrepreneur awards celebrated much talent, including that of Lars and Jens Rasmussen for the pinnacle award. The awards are back and the committee needs some nominees!
Deakin University is preparing a 5-day intensive workshop for its post graduate students, and if you're an entrepreneur they need your help. Entrepreneurs are invited to submit their sustainability-related problem as a key challenge for a unique workshop. How does it work? A team of students will focus on your challenge while being mentored by professional leaders. They will develop of a solution and present it to a panel of judges who will award cash prizes.
Participants fought for 23 display spots and a total of $150,000 in cash prizes at Tech23 held at The Auditorium at Surry Hills in Sydney last month. Startup companies pitched their innovation ideas to 400 potential investors, mentors, entrepreneurs and more.
What’s the best way to celebrate the 125th anniversary of CPA Australia? Invite Neil Armstrong to the party! The CPA anniversary comes just after the July 21 anniversary of when Armstrong stepped foot on the moon in 1969.
iLab’s Annual Investment Summit helps entrepreneurs better understand the process of raising capital
Australian startups are increasingly finding it difficult to raise money. The Annual Investment Summit from iLab wants to help out. The summit, held on 25 August 2011, focuses on growing business by raising angel or VC funding.
Want to have a glance at what tomorrow’s technology looks like? Here’s your chance. As a part of National Science Week, the “Singularity Summit” is a gathering in Melbourne of leading scientists, inventors and philosophers where the upcoming “intelligence explosion” (as they have penned it) will be discussed. Does it include robots? Yes it does.
AngelCube Startup Accelerator wants to help your startup company get on its feet. Anthill introduced AngelCube and its mission a couple of weeks ago. Now, applications to join the program are open, and startup companies are invited to apply before 30 August 2011.
For those who are not familiar with the phenomenon of Pitch Club, it offers aspiring entrepreneurs a proven pathway to develop, evaluate and get the assistance they need to capitalise on their ideas.