Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, From starting on just $400 to franchising Australia-wide. How did this Gold Coast start-up do it? 6 days, 19 hours ago
Scott Hunt started his personal training company, Fitness Enhancement in Gold Coast back in 1999 when he was just 19 years old, with only $400.
He has just franchised his business and already sold his first […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Senate innovation inquiry: the same old lines? 6 days, 19 hours ago
There is a saying, “a camel is a horse designed by a committee”. The implication being that each member of the committee advocates their own preferences and wants, compromises occur, and the result is […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Hell-bent on disrupting the publishing industry, Tablo has now launched a social network for authors 6 days, 19 hours ago
Publishing start-up Tablo recently announced the launch of new social features for its cloud-based e-book publishing service, marking the biggest shift in the platform since its launch in 2013.
Off the back of […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, This start-up has set out to save Australia’s struggling personal fitness trainers 1 week, 2 days ago
During his five years in the fitness industry, David Zeff saw firsthand how much trainers were struggling and witnessed several good friends’ fitness businesses crash and burn.
OneFitStop was born when Jarron […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Jeremy Hansen, 2014 Anthill 30under30 Winner 2 weeks, 2 days 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 […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Establishing a Not-For-Profit: The Governance Lasagne 3 weeks ago
In part one of this series, I told you about how I came to be doing an internship for a 12-year-old. This is instalment details some of what he’s had me doing. (Hot tip: I have not been sent to get coffee […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Australian Innovation: We’re doing it wrong 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Last week, the Hon. Ian MacFarlane, Minister for Industry, launched the seventh Global Innovation Index (GII) report, highlighting Australia’s place in the top ten globally for “enabling conditions for […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, $100,000 USD is up for grabs at the PayPal and Braintree Sydney BattleHack hackathon [VIDEO] 1 month ago
All ye talented app developers, where art thou? The time to shine hath arrived…
Leading global payments providers PayPal and Braintree will be hosting a 24-hour hackathon in Sydney on July 26 and 27, where […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, AMP is offering $1 million to help bring awesome Australian ideas to life. You got one? [VIDEO] 1 month, 1 week ago
There are several great ideas out there that could change the world for the better, if only they got to see the light of day. For many of these, the only thing standing in the way is a lack of funds.
Now AMP’s <a href="https://www.ampstomorrowfund.com.au/" […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Once a terrible employee, she’s now an innovative entrepreneur revolutionising the arts world 1 month, 1 week ago
Juliet Rosser was a self-described “terrible employee” in her past career. However, after making the life-changing decision to work for herself, she has found great success as director of her arts business, <a href="http://www.platformstore.com.au/" […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Why I’m doing an internship for a 12 year old entrepreneur 1 month, 2 weeks ago
In late 2011 Oliver hatched a plan to hold a unique fundraising event.
Having found out about the amazing support a friend received while undergoing cancer treatment, Oliver decided that he should do something […]
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Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, This start-up intends to lead a $9 billion industry by the end of this year. Will they pull it off? 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Jethro Batts was working for one of Australia’s largest campervan companies when he ventured out on his own to create a website for vanners to find a place to park without being fined – be it in a campervan park, […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Will this new registry restore confidence in Australia’s franchising sector? 2 months ago
Federal Small Business Minister Bruce Billson recently officially launched Australia’s first franchise registry at a franchise industry event that was held in Melbourne.
The Franchise Registry™ is aimed at […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, What challenges are women entrepreneurs facing all over the world today? 2 months ago
According to the second annual Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI), more than 75 per cent of the 30 countries surveyed are not meeting the most fundamental conditions required for female […]
James Tuckerman wrote a new post, What is social proof? What can this dancing lunatic teach you about online marketing? 2 months, 1 week ago
Two or three times a year, I run an online marketing masterclass.
Imagine 10 to 15 business builders jammed in a small room learning what it takes to get web traffic, capture leads and compel site visitors to […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Another three things Game of Thrones taught businesses this week 2 months, 1 week ago
Last week’s episode gave us three stellar business lessons.
This week, Season 4, Episode 9, of Game of Thrones, The Watchers on the Wall, was something of an epic. It pulled together a number of characters’ […]
Dominic Collins wrote a new post, Is the government planning on salting the earth of the Australian startup ecosystem? 2 months, 1 week ago
A lot has been made about the latest budget, with the focus among Anthill readers probably on how it is not particularly kind to innovation, startups and entrepreneurs. Somewhere in the region of $850m has been […]