Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Steve Wozniak wowed by APAC start-ups, but where’s the global recognition? 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Steve Wozniak knows a thing or two about start-ups. He, with the late Steve Jobs, co-founded one of the most fabled start-ups ever – Apple, maker of the world’s first personal computer, as we know it.
When Woz […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Visual search start-up See-Out raises funds from Scale Angels, QUT’s Creative Enterprise 7 months, 2 weeks ago
See-Out Pty Ltd, an exciting NICTA start-up that will help people protect their trademarks and brands in the digital age, has raised an undisclosed amount of funding from the women-focused angel group Scale Angels […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Ipsos MediaCT survey finds Business Elite’s salary dipping, but not its clout 7 months, 2 weeks ago
The average Australian executive salary in 2013 fell below the critical $200,000 level, according to the research firm Ipsos MediaCT. The decline – from $212,000 in 2012 to $198,000 in 2013 – was about 6.6 per […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Are Australians so uninspiring that we desperately seek inspiration? 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Do Australian businesses really face a leadership crisis? Or, do they simply think there is a crisis?
That’s a googly question, delivered by management gurus at rogenSI, a global consultancy whose origins lie […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, SeaChange StartUp Camp Merimbula scheduled for 21-22 March 8 months, 1 week ago
IntoIT, a network of technologists and entrepreneurs in the Sapphire Coast region of NSW, has scheduled its third annual startup camp in Merimbula for 21-22 March.
SSUCM3, of SeaChange StartUp Camp Merimbula 3, […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Web-ifying apps! Criteo joins initiative for mobile deeplinking 8 months, 1 week ago
The app-y world we love so much is not quite the same as the web. It’s better, you might say and that would be indisputably true. But what gives?
The mobile apps throw up a few challenges. Unlike the web, which […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, A digital co-working space opens in Bega Valley, beckoning seachangers 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Think of CoWS, a digital co-working space that opened last month, as a small step for the Bega Valley entrepreneur community and, probably, a giant leap for seachangers.
The hub at 209 Carp St. in Bega is […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, What’s storytelling got to do with your brand [VIDEO] 8 months, 4 weeks ago
I tell stories for a living. And sometimes I get to tell great ones!
My kids laugh when I say I tell stories for a job. They laugh even more when I say I help other people tell their stories.
I get it, it’s […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Israel’s OurCrowd brings global smarts to Australia’s nascent equity crowdfunding 9 months ago
Just as Australia’s own Artesian Venture Partners hit the ground with its VentureCrowd equity crowdfunding program this week, an Israeli firm has entered the local market, ensuring there won’t be a monopoly, even […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Crowdfunding? Now it’s Pozible to manage your own campaign 9 months ago
You can have your cake and eat it, too. That is as far as crowdfunding is concerned, thanks to Pozible’s idea to let fund-raisers shape their own campaign on their own choice set of websites, instead of being tied […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in this one … in fact, in all Australian entrepreneurs! 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Call it the true Aussie spirit!
It’s the intangible thing readily seen in athletes and others, but not quite spotted in entrepreneurs.
A survey has found that Aussie entrepreneurs are quite the unstoppable […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, MYOB report on SMEs: Grass is greener across the Tasman! 9 months, 3 weeks ago
Often the grass on the other side seems greener. This time, the grass across the Tasman Sea doesn’t just seem greener. It’s going to be a lot greener, according to MYOB’s first Trans-Tasman business […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, When going global is the only way forward for your business 10 months, 1 week ago
It might have been in the coming, given the size of the Australian market and the enterprise of its people. But here is some more visibility on how Australia’s small and medium businesses (SMBs) are headed to […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, The life of Steve Jobs (No Bill Gates here) 11 months ago
Even when he was alive, the mercurial Steve Jobs spawned several books. Since his premature demise last year due to cancer, the Apple visionary has been the subject of even more tomes.
Still, it may not quite […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, The new Australian dream: Less work, more pay, and more Facebook 11 months, 1 week ago
It’s Australia Day! So you got a day off for a little more surfing – the kind that can be done from the comfort of a couch in your high-rise apartment – and the opportunity to hunt down some bargains. Some of us […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Gift-giver’s dream? Wish Registry might be it in the festive season 11 months, 1 week ago
It’s that time of the year when you make the most wishes and buy the most gifts. But as any Christmas shopper would know, as much as there is no more joyous occasion, there is none more stressful, too.
To make […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Where Internet trumps word-of-mouth, and (pretty much) everything else 11 months, 1 week ago
Whoever doesn’t need help finding a good electrician, or plumber? But word-of-mouth – once the method of choice – is passé. People apparently turn to the Internet, instead, and trust it more, too.
A survey by <a […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, gText: A balm for texters with sore thumbs 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Not all of us have dexterous eye-thumb coordination when it comes to texting. So, anything that promises to ease our sore fingers is worth a shot, or two. Something that allows group text recipients speak to each […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Global hacking is no rogue play. Think ‘digital quartermaster’ and ‘cyber arms dealers’ 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Is there a global arms merchant serving smaller armies of online cyberterrorists?
An American company that analysed hacking incidents over a period of several years believes it may have zeroed in on one such […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Forrester report on ecommerce buoys eBay sellers ahead of conference on Gold Coast 12 months ago
An upbeat Forrester report about ecommerce in the country is setting the background for the fifth annual Professional eBay & eCommerce Sellers Internet Conference, scheduled for 21-22 July on the Gold […]