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During his time at Monash University, serial entrepreneur David Loh beat the big catering companies to scoop the tender to operate the canteen. He shares the business lessons he picked up from this experience.
There are no wrongs or rights when it comes to starting out - mistakes are part of learning - but here are four tips on starting a successful business.
Australia's alternative finance industry has lately been flooded with inexperienced entrants. Here's what to look out for and how to avoid the wrong lender
Curiosity may well have killed the cat; but just as a cat has nine lives, in business we have to be prepared to reincarnate...
Who you surround yourself with – both at work and away from work – is very important. The journey to business success can be long...
Creative HQ is hosting LEAN 15, a conference on Lean Startup Methodology, coined by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Eric Ries, October 5th - 7th in Wellington
Consumers have a growing love of cashback programs, the industry is estimated to be worth up to US$85b & Australia is enjoying a burgeoning piece of the pie
Have you ever questioned yourself? Why am I doing this? Is it all worth it? Have you ever wanted to throw in the towel? As entrepreneurs...
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.
During the last few weeks we’ve seen the government go through what is most likely the worst politician travel scandal in the history of Australia. here is a list of five tools that could have prevented it.
Presentation skills are among the most important assets in a consultant’s communication toolkit, whether it’s pitching for new business, brainstorming ideas with a client or reviewing project results.
It's fair to say not too many Australian SMEs keep their bank manager high on their Christmas card list. Reasonable or not, banks are often seen as not giving a fair go to the average Aussie start-up. What other options do they have?
Formerly an orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation physiotherapist, Leonie Henzell launched Bockers & Pony in April 2004. She shares her top eight tips for starting a business.
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.