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SMART100 2018 – Ranking Revealed!!

They’re innovative, Australian, highly commercial and they’re changing the world, one idea at a time. Yes, it’s time to reveal this year’s SMART 100 index....

Maven Judges – SMART100 2018

They are mavens in their field and have created remarkable businesses of their own! They are the judges who busily shared their combined wisdom to...

SMART 100 Product Winners 2015

This year, we received a record number of entries for the SMART 100. And, after we'd whittled down the number to a neat 200, something...

Online tool that customises apps for every mobile OS rounds out top five of...

JMango has an online tool that can greatly speed up the development of apps for mobile devices. The development platform takes and app and customises it for all the mobile platforms out there -- iPhone, Android and the like. JMango's cool toy finished fifth in this year's Anthill SMART 100.

Powering wheelchairs with brain waves earns third spot in Anthill SMART 100

At the University of Technology, Sydney, Professor Hung Nguyen and his research team are developing a system operates a wheelchair with nothing but brain waves. The tech can be revolutionary for people with severe disabilities. It earned position No. 3 in this year's Anthill SMART 100.

Deployable sewer system wins runner-up spot in Anthill SMART 100

An NSW-based company, Flovac, has developed a deployable sewage treatment system that could answer the health need of military encampments and emergency refugee camps. The products earned the runner-up spot in Anthill's SMART 100.

A stylish bid to wean Australians off bottled water takes top spot in Anthill’s...

Gretha Oost has the heart of an environmentalist and the mind of a marketer. She pondered Australians' propensity to drink water from bottles when, by and large, water from their taps are perfectly safe. Her solution earned top honors in Anthill's SMART 100 for 2011.

Apartmentreviews.com.au sells for $8,700. Was this a fair price? [How much is your site...

On 29 January 2010, after a month of spirited bidding, 2009 Anthill Smart 100 honoree Apartmentreviews.com.au was sold for $8,700 on the website-auction site Flippa. In a message to Anthill, founder Shane Moore said, "There aren't so many Australian websites that sell for more than a few grand on Flippa." Moore is clearly happy with the sale price. But why $8,700? Was this a fair value?

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