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An Aussie tech start-up is quickly going global because international students love its unique...

Holistic education services provider, Cohort Solutions, continues to grow globally, announcing that its payment platform Cohortpay is now in 60 countries

This new online marketplace is giving used goods ‘a 2ndLease on life’

New online marketplace 2ndLease invites everyone to join the sharing economy by listing their own goods to be rented for an income, hence reducing e-waste.

A new start-up aiming to become Australia’s favourite parcel delivery service has raised $1.8...

New door-to-door parcel delivery start-up Sendle.com has successfully closed a $1.8 million funding round to expand its reach as the first carbon neutral parcel...

Five international marketing tips from Alibaba’s Michael Mang

Despite the fact that we now operate in a global economy, for many business owners, trying to break out from a local base into...

Look how far we’ve come: Arthur C. Clarke predicts the Internet in 1974 [VIDEO]

Firstly, ask yourself this: Were you born in 1974? I'm well aware it would be impolite for you to ask me the same question! Forty years...

A startup isn’t a business. It’s the means to find the right business model.

A typical successful entrepreneur is flexible, understands that a startup is not necessarily a business -- and computes with a Mac. That's the broad takeaway from an appearance on ABC's "Business Today" segment by Marcus Tarrant, managing director of MissionHQ, an online tool for developing business plans.

Attention Australian web leaders! 9×9 Web Thinkers want to peek inside your brain…

We’re big fans of the new video project by 9x9 Web Thinkers. Not only does is look the business, it’s also got the smarts to back it up. If there is one fault we have with the concept, it is that the HTML5, while eye-popping and cool, is inherently unsharable. We would have liked to have shared a snippet with you here -- a teaser to whet your appetite -- but nay.

The Loop triumphs at AIMIA

Professional creative community, The Loop, triumphed over industry heavyweights to win ‘Best Enterprise’ at the recent Australian Interactive Media Industry Awards (AIMIA). The 17th annual ceremony, attended by over 600 industry leaders, took place on Cockatoo Island in the Sydney Harbour.

Can a tiny ‘house’ float beneath 300 huge weather balloons? Well, duh [VIDEO]

A bunch of people attach 300 colourful weather balloons to an oversized dollhouse and, no surprise, it floats away. There's so much cross-promotion, glad-handing and pseudo-science going on in this video that we don't know where to begin.

Parody highlights the forgotten victims of modern media mayhem

There has been much coverage of the death of print media and the ever increasing switch to online journalism. However, as this Hungry Beast parody shows, there is a group of once-glorified citizens who have fallen victim to this passage of progress and the inevitable corporate cutbacks that follow in its wake.

Swan urges businesses denied credit to come forward

Federal Treasurer Wayne Swan has warned the big four banks that they have an obligation to extend credit to viable Australian businesses.

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