Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, OneVentures launches its second fund to tap into Australian investors’ growing appetite for venture capital 2 days, 1 hour ago
Australian venture capital firm, OneVentures, recently officially launched its new OneVentures Innovation and Growth Fund II.
This new fund aims to raise a total of $100 million from institutional investors and […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Would you leave a comfortable finance career at GE to buy a beauty company? This guy did 1 week, 6 days ago
Ben Skeggs completed a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Business at the University of Otago in New Zealand, and upon finishing his Masters, he was lucky enough to be selected into a couple of General Electric’s […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, Visual search start-up See-Out raises funds from Scale Angels, QUT’s Creative Enterprise 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 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? 3 weeks, 1 day 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 […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, This 27-year-old is a self-made millionaire thanks to her Facebook addiction and love of shopping 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Jane Lu immigrated to Australia with her parents when she was eight years old. At 18, she started working at KPMG through a cadetship program and was set on the fast track to a good corporate career.
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, This bloke is behind one of the most successful Australian tech start-ups that you have never heard of 3 weeks, 5 days ago
29-year-old Mat Peterson has loved programming and apps ever since he was just a child.
“My father had a solid understanding of programming and he wanted to pass that on to me, so I learnt the basics from him. […]
James Tuckerman wrote a new post, Anthill goes global and causes some serious outrage. (C’mon! What’s in a name? Really!?) 1 month ago
You may have already caught wind that something major is afoot at Anthill.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve watched 200 Anthillians happily rampage through our new global site, in the interests of BETA […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, Are you frustrated with crunching your personal finances on spreadsheets? Two long-time buddies have built an app for you 1 month ago
The year was 2012. Alvin Singh, an experienced software engineer, had just changed jobs and was looking to get his personal finances together.
As his financial lives got more complex over the years, the time […]
Gerald Ainomugisha wrote a new post, You can now swipe images and videos off a wall in Melbourne to a table in Sydney. Actually, to any surface anywhere in the world [VIDEO] 1 month, 1 week ago
Cruiser Interactive, the new spin-off company of Smart Services CRC, has released an innovative software platform that basically turns walls, tables, whiteboards and smart devices into touchscreen networks for […]
Bala Murali Krishna wrote a new post, SeaChange StartUp Camp Merimbula scheduled for 21-22 March 1 month, 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 1 month, 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 1 month, 1 week 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] 1 month, 3 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 1 month, 4 weeks 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 month, 4 weeks 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 month, 4 weeks 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 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 […]
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 months 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 months 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 […]