Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, gText: A balm for texters with sore thumbs 4 days, 1 hour 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’ 5 days, 11 hours 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 1 week, 3 days 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 […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Move over Michael Clarke. Aussies rather fancy hairy Hugh Jackman! 1 week, 3 days ago
It’s Movember alright. But, guess what, Movember – the month to celebrate moustaches and facial hair – came a lot early to a lot many Aussies!
For a fifth year successive year, fewer Australian men bought […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Aussies bring home 18 Stevies from New York 1 week, 5 days ago
Aussie companies and entrepreneurs and executives bagged 18 awards at New York’s Stevie Awards for women in business last week.
Of them, three won the highest category Gold Stevies:
Genevieve Nelson, […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, IntelligenceBank taps $2 million round, plans online channels in bid to scale 2 weeks, 1 day ago
IntelligenceBank, a four-year-old startup that helps enterprises aggregate company-wide data in a central cloud in easy-to-access fashion, has closed a $2 million funding round led by the Melbourne venture firm <a […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Gartner’s 2014 Trends: Smart machines, personal cloud, 3-D printing et al 1 month ago
When Gartner talks, the IT world does lend an eager ear. What the think tank says is eagerly awaited at year's end.
In keeping with a recent tradition, the U.S. company presented its vision for 2014 and beyond […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Chris Von Wilpert’s snow cone business is not just a business. It’s about giving back as well 2 months ago
Chris Von Wilpert says his business has operated under the radar most of the time. He couldn’t be more right when he says, “Our business is rarely ever featured in the press.”
But his snow cone business, called […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, iAccelerate alum CriticalArc raises $1 million to build campus security app 2 months ago
CriticalArc, a Wollongong iAccelerate startup initially developing products to enhance safety on college campuses, has raised $1 million from Commercialisation Australia, Hunter Angels Trust and Sydney […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Innovate or perish? No longer a question but a fact of business 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Innovate or perish. For those that mistake the dictum for a dilemma, here’s proof.
A nationwide survey by American Express found that small business owners who innovated to overcome economic uncertainty reaped […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Who wants to back maker of anti-energy beverages? Tauro Capital finds a boutique fund 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Tauro Capital Partners has helped Anti-Energy Beverages Inc. – makers of what could be termed a new age beverage called Everyday Sunday – raise $500,000 on top of a ASSOB process that drew smaller amounts from […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Will the real Australian entrepreneur please stand up? 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Will the real Aussie entrepreneur please stand up? Not so quick. Or, not so easy, perhaps.
Commonwealth Bank, armed with the insights of a psychologist and entrepreneurs themselves, embarked on a quest to find […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, You can vote just about anywhere…even at airports 3 months ago
Out on a business trip or heading to one ahead of the 7 September vote? Or maybe holidaying? You can still cast your votes – on Australian soil or overseas, or even at airports. Just do it early to avoid a […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Here’s the big call from small business. Cut taxes and make compliance simpler 3 months, 1 week ago
For years, small businesses’ call for tax reform has gone unheeded. Now, days ahead of the election, their voice has grown just a bit louder.
According to a survey by business software maker Intuit, a high 72 […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, NICTA gets an additional $42 million grant for 2015-16 3 months, 1 week ago
NICTA, the largest organisation in Australia dedicated to ICT research, has won an additional grant of $42 million for the financial year 2015-16, augmenting its research capabilities.
Minister Assisting for […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Federal election and NBN conundrum. Can we really expect much? 3 months, 1 week ago
With the 2013 Federal election just around the corner, it is time to consider how small business views the campaign. Politics aside, it is useful for business owners to know where they stand, and consider their […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, With second acquisition, 99designs breaks into a BRIC market 3 months, 1 week ago
99designs, one of the best examples of the recent breed of Australian startups that are birthed with a global vision, has already created the world’s largest marketplace for graphic design. It’s now pushing those […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Fashion, and 'power', for the smartphone set. Hustle Bag wins backing on Indiegogo 3 months, 2 weeks ago
So, what did you do about your phone dying out early in the evening just when you were ready to make dinner plans? Or, about the decidedly uncool act of pulling out a charger and cable at the most awkward […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Your neighbourhood helper on way! But Occasional Butler heads to Sydney first 3 months, 3 weeks ago
A year ago, the husband and wife duo of Jodie and Erz Imam – one a fashion industry executive and the other a telecom industry veteran – started Occasional Butler in Melbourne. It seems to have won the hearts of […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Kym Clark, 2013 Anthill 30under30 Winner 3 months, 3 weeks ago
What is the 30under30?
30under30 is an Anthill initiative launched in early 2008 to encourage and promote entrepreneurship among young Australians.
Each year, we invite our readers to nominate young […]