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Victorian Technology Profiles Jun/Jul 07

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Make borrowing go the extra stretch

Sponsored column GUIDELINES TO SQUEEZE YOUR FINANCE COSTS While equity, loans from shareholders, bank overdrafts and bank loans are the staple for day to-day company...

Bankruptcy: The B Word

If there is one word that scares entrepreneurs and businesspeople alike, it's the "B" word - bankruptcy. For the individual concerned, it means the loss...

Online strategy: Who else wants to attract 38,000 visitors to their site in four...

It is true that the best way to get someone to do anything is to make them want to do it. The quickest way...

Startups: Four start-up maxims

We don't need to be revolutionaries to have a successful business. We could do something simple, like open a shop. But if we wanted...

Marketing: Storytelling

Once upon a time, far, far away... Everyone loves a good story. Perhaps it starts back in childhood, with fairy-tales told over and over again...

Strategy: Getting priorities right

Mastering time management and priority setting processes are fundamental to achieving personal and business productivity. These skills are even more crucial in start-up environments,...

Book reviews

THE POWER OF NICE By Linda Kaplan Thaler and Robin Koval ALLEN & UNWIN, 2007, 127p, RRP: $19.95 The Power of Nice is a simple reminder that...

With a little help from my friends

Collaboration is one of the cornerstones of the internet's current commercial renaissance. But have we really been pushing the envelope? What passes for collaboration on...

Ant Bytes — AA22

BACK-ISSUE BULL-ANTS Web 2.0 pay day   You might remember our coverage in issue 19 (Dec’06/Jan’07) of Australian web entrepreneurs Nick McNaughton and Yorke Hinds, whose...

Crazy inventions: Chindogu

It's time to reach beyond the wayward solitary invention of a wayward solitary inventor to embrace an entire conceptual school of wayward invention: the artful Japanese science of Chindogu.

A chilling tale

Illustration: Jonathan Towers There is an old expression that says, "Necessity is the mother of invention". In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Necessity...

Making dollars and sense

'Social intelligence' is bringing order to the chaos of the world wide web. As Liesl Capper reveals, there's something in it for both users...

High culture

If your company was human, what kind of person would it be? Would you choose it as a friend? Want it beside you in...

How to fell a giant (taking on the big guys)

Scratching your head about how to emerge from the long shadows of your corporate competitors? Simon Baker has some answers.  Coles Myer Ltd. News Corp....

The sky’s the limit

Every societal challenge produces a fascinating set of market opportunities. Climate change is no exception.    Last year, I read the Australian writer Tim Flannery's excellent...

The sky's the limit

Every societal challenge produces a fascinating set of market opportunities. Climate change is no exception.    Last year, I read the Australian writer Tim Flannery's excellent...

Work/life balance

When given the choice, nine out of ten entrepreneurs choose work over leisure. But making time to smell the roses can contribute more to...

Which way innovation?

With our backs still warm from the self-congratulations of Innovation Festival 2007, it's worth noting that IBM Australia and the Melbourne Institute of Applied...

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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