Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, What's storytelling got to do with your brand [VIDEO] 1 week, 1 day 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 1 week, 4 days 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 […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, What will $500 buy you in social media advertising? Way more than you will get anywhere else 1 week, 4 days ago
With online advertising spend overtaking TV advertising spend for the first time ever, knowing your way around social media advertising has never been more important. The big question is, how much should you spend […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, This venture capital fund is out to make sure Aussie tech start-ups never have to look beyond the borders for funding again 1 week, 4 days ago
These days, there are quite a number of grants and schemes to encourage Australians to create start-ups. There is no shortage of seed stage incubators and accelerators either.
However, beyond seed stage […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Crowdfunding? Now it’s Pozible to manage your own campaign 2 weeks, 2 days 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 […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Are you a student with dreams of entrepreneurship? These two Aussie start-ups have put together a scholarship just for you 2 weeks, 2 days ago
The coming of the Internet age has made starting a business way easier than ever before in all aspects: raising capital, marketing, hiring, you name it.
However, the number of students involved in start-ups and […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, What if you could set the most complex passwords you can possibly think of without having to worry about remembering them? 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Whenever we are creating a new account somewhere online, most of us would rather set a simple password; one we can type even absent-mindedly, rather than a stronger and safer complex one but which taxes our memory […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, After conquering Australia, this 23-year-old entrepreneur is spreading her innovative recruitment start-up’s wings to New Zealand 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Founded by 23-year-old entrepreneur Gen George, OneShift is an online job-matching service that is out to take the hassle out of recruitment while chopping the cost too.
With various jobs ranging from […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Wow! Did this Aussie app really score 500,000 downloads in just three weeks? 3 weeks, 1 day ago
As a species, we have been cooking for roughly 250,000 years now. Mobile apps on the other hand have been around only since 2008.
Why am I telling you this? No, we are not practising for Who Wants to Be a […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, The year is 2050. We use our heartbeats to log into PayPal. The password as we know it today is a thing of folklore. 3 weeks, 2 days ago
New research recently revealed that an alarming number of people still use login credentials that are way too easy to hack, such as “password” and “123456”, putting them at serious risk of identity theft.
James Tuckerman wrote a new post, Is it just me or is the Australian Government rubbish at supporting entrepreneurs? Check out what they're doing in Malaysia. 3 weeks, 3 days ago
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Dr V. Sivapalan, a Malaysian serial entrepreneur with a deep interest in what factors influence entrepreneurial endeavour (and a strangely elusive first name).
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, The entrepreneurial spirit is strong in this one ... in fact, in all Australian entrepreneurs! 3 weeks, 4 days 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 […]
James Tuckerman wrote a new post, The dumbest online stratregy of all? 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Two weeks ago, I ran a short survey.
I polled over 200 people interested in my upcoming online marketing masterclass and asked, 'What is your main online goal for 2014?'
The survey revealed one big, silly […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, These two guys have developed a pram that grows with your baby... it comes in your team’s colours too. 4 weeks, 1 day ago
A few years ago, while helping his parents with their wholesale flooring textiles company, Rosh Ghadamian was asked by a client for some help distributing baby products, to which he agreed.
Soon, he discovered […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Yes, Big Data is good news for your business, but don’t let its hidden risks catch you napping! 1 month ago
The techies over at IT research and advisory firm Gartner Inc have defined Big Data as “high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets”.
Some industry observers frequently add a fourth V – […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, MYOB report on SMEs: Grass is greener across the Tasman! 1 month 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 […]
William Pattison and Bala Murali Krishna are now friends 1 month ago
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Life is a lot like Monopoly. You know why? At the end of the day, it’s only a game! 1 month, 1 week ago
The most powerful move in Monopoly isn’t mentioned in the rulebook.
It’s the moment when you realise it’s all just a game. The money's made up, the lines on the board are made up and your identity's made up. […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, These industries are in for a rough year. Sorry video rentals, horse & dog racing and newspapers 1 month, 1 week ago
We have just gone over the industries that are set to boom this year according to the predictions of the business information analysts over at IBISWorld.
So if you were not on that list, you better cross your […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, These are the industries set to boom this year. Give me a high five if you are mining diamonds, selling online or growing organic food 1 month, 1 week ago
While we have been settling into the new year (some of us are still struggling to write the correct date on our checks), the business information analysts over at IBISWorld have been poring over their various […]