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Elanation launches after securing a $110,000 seed funding round from Sydney Angels

Securing $110,000 in capital from the Sydney Angels investor group, Elanation proved a popular venture with a further 14 Australian investors backing the budding start-up. A Series A round is now planned for 2017.

This is what we need to do to foster an entrepreneurial culture in Australia

We need to arm our current and next generations of entrepreneurs with the skills, tools and confidence needed to fully tap their creativity and innovation.

Most Australian start-ups don’t know the role of a balance sheet! How clueless are...

Australian entrepreneurs have a lot of things in spades – ideas, passion, skills and the guts to start a business – but new research...

Why are more entrepreneurs relocating their businesses from major to regional cities?

With major cities offering limited and expensive office space, high production costs and a cutthroat competitive environment, more and more small business owners are...

Small businesses happy despite the cloudy economic weather

The current economic climate has often been the subject of negative opinions. Raise your hand if you have not seen a suited-up doomsayer on TV foretelling the economic Apocalypse... see, no hands! However, the responses and attitudes towards whether, and where, existing businesses are prepared to spend over the next 12 months, paint a rather fascinating picture. These guys are dancing in the rain! With 72% of business owners saying they would be happy to start up a business again, the survey also revealed 53% of owners say their business is their passion.

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.

Anthill “catches” online retail mogul for a night of networking and insights. Will you...

Gabby Leibovich, co-founder of the discount buying sites CatchoftheDay.com.au and Scoopon.com.au, will be our guest entrepreneur at the latest Entrepreneurs' Night Out in Melbourne on Tuesday, 14 June. If you're a Victoria-based business owner with a passion for ideas and success, this night's for you! (We guarantee you won't find a better deal this side of Scoopon.)

Entrepreneur’s Night Out is coming back to Melbourne!

This is a chance for Entrepreneurs to meet and learn from other business builders. Share a drink. Have a laugh. Gain insights from a panel of business builders who have ‘been there, done that’ and created successful ventures. Benefit from the experiences of other attendees. Click the headline to register to attend.

Australian innovation lets the people of PNG pay for electricity using mobile phone credits...

The rapid adoption of this service highlights the suitability of mobile payment technology in developing countries, which often do not have access to the same payment methods and services available in developed markets. It also highlights a trend that Australian software and application developers best not ignore.

Australia’s innovation ranking takes another hit while entrepreneurs rally

There are numerous programs and indexes launched each year to assess a country's innovation capabilities. Among the most comprehensive and credible is the Global Innovation Index prepared by INSEAD, which last week released its 2009-2010 report, revealing some unexpected outcomes. According to the report, Australia is losing its way as a country supportive of innovation. However, its innovation outputs are on the rise.

Australia's innovation ranking takes another hit while entrepreneurs rally

There are numerous programs and indexes launched each year to assess a country's innovation capabilities. Among the most comprehensive and credible is the Global Innovation Index prepared by INSEAD, which last week released its 2009-2010 report, revealing some unexpected outcomes. According to the report, Australia is losing its way as a country supportive of innovation. However, its innovation outputs are on the rise.

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