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Startup & Entrepreneurship

Startup & Entrepreneurship
News, opinions and advice on starting and building companies.

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.

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.

It’s often said that there has never been a better time to be a young entrepreneur in Australia. And this year's 30under30 was our...

They say herding cats is like well... herding cats. But that didn't stop the guys in this ad from taking it on. Everyone else chooses to herd cattle, goats, sheep... you know, the easy ones. Not these guys.

Carpet cleaner and inventor David Ranger has developed the WAYO board, a 39-inch high definition digital sign board that he believes is the world’s first mobile digital sign board that can deliver content in real-time via the Internet.

Sydney fintech start-up Easyshare has launched its new digital platform, aiming to make the lives of Australia’s 4.1 million renters easier by eliminating their common disputes over money splits for rent and bills.

Kathy Wong started Moeloco, a socially conscious business that sells thongs (flip-flops) with inspirational messages on the soles and for every pair sold, donates canvas shoes to a poor child in Kolkata, India.

It was a case of necessity being the mother of invention for Find My Rice, the world's newest and most comprehensive hospitality search engine, out to link suppliers, producers, business owners and customers in on place.

Start-up hub and co-working community, River City Labs, recently revealed the names of the 20 young tech standouts selected to be part of the 2015 ‘Startup Catalyst’ mission to Silicon Valley which will run from 28 September to 7 October.

Tired of doing chores? Dryz, a Melbourne-based tech start-up, has launched an app that offers an on-demand, door-to-door laundry and dry cleaning service.

Kim Kardashian has been hailed as an $85 million entrepreneur after shooting to fame in 2007 in one of the most infamous sex tape...

Over half (53 per cent) of Australian SMBs take up to a year to start their professional services business, according to a new study from Servcorp. Karen Thompson Walker's TED talk could help.

Vietnamese food chain Rolld were surprised and delighted a few weeks ago, when they scooped the 2015 Multi Site Restaurant of the Year Award at the 2nd Annual QSR Media Awards in Sydney.

Canva has unveiled its Canva for Work platform, which is aimed to enable individuals and organizations to create consistent, effective, and inexpensive graphic designs.

UK-based point-of-payment rating system, truRating recently announced plans to launch in Australia to bring its solution to the Australian consumer analytics market, which it believes is ripe for disruption.

Award winning event tech start-up iVvy is revolutionising the events industry by centralising function spaces and group accommodations for the first time ever in Australia on its new Marketplace platform.

WellOne, Australia's first discounted healthcare membership recently launched in Melbourne, aiming to make allied healthcare affordable for everyone in Australia.

Melbourne based entrepreneur David Loh used to run the uni canteen back at Monash University and has since gone on to start six successful food ventures.

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