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This customer service start-up from Melbourne is getting major buzz in the US

Testing and real-time monitoring might sound like basic things every organisation is already doing, but this is not the case, and our mission is to educate the market.

How Aussie SMBs can use government grants to crack into the tough Asian market

If Austrade has specifically designed a special category under this grant for marketing consultants, it shows that they understand the limitations and the challenges around breaking into an overseas market like Asia.

How your start-up can overcome the financial difficulties of getting off the ground

Entrepreneurship has confronted several challenges with financial difficulties and constraints always being one the key reasons that prevent many start-ups from getting off the ground.

The ultimate guide to making your small business’ website accessible to every one

Building a beautiful website is key for any small business, but so is making it accessible to as many people, including the disabled. Here are 10 guidelines

Looking to spread your wings beyond Australia? Why you should consider exporting to the...

The Middle East is an exciting export market for Australian SME exporters if they know how to identify the opportunities and understand the potential risks

Australian equity crowdfunding notches another win as safety start-up raises $1 million on VentureCrowd

VentureCrowd announced the completion of its latest equity-based crowdfunding round, for nearly $1 million, in safety software start-up CriticalArc.

The Prime Minister’s office and Pollenizer have joined hands to launch a government tech...

The Prime Minister's Office is partnering with Pollenizer to deliver DataStart – an open data initiative to support data‐driven innovation in Australia

Crafty Chef: same old delicious food, now tastes even better for the environment

This renovation project cost a grand total of $1.1 million, of which $600,000 was raised by Crafty Chef itself and the remaining $500,000 was provided as a grant under the Australian Government’s Clean Technology Investment Programs. Greg Combet, Minister for Industry and Innovation announced Crafty Chef as one of 13 initial grant recipients back in June.

Australian government offers business owners yet another stepping stone

The Business Finances topic provides information on a range of common finance issues. From setting up a bookkeeping system to understanding complex financial terminology, preparing financial reports and applying for finance, the topic helps business owners take a leading role in managing their finances.

Plan the next step to your business success in the palm of your hand

The Australian Government has developed a suite of free iPad apps which will enable business owners to create new business, marketing and emergency plans right on their iPads.

How do Australian executives feel about the current business climate? [PODCAST]

Barry Westhorpe is Chief Executive of The CEO Institute - Victoria, a leading networking group for senior executives. In this podcast, Westhorpe explains the results of a recent report released by the institute on CEO confidence levels in Australia. While news has been good for the financial and service sectors, business sentiment is turning pessimistic due to uncertainty in overseas markets and in Government policy on SMEs.

With the NBN, deregulation begins now

The National Broadband Network has been heralded as a groundbreaking advance but has also raised concerns that it will create just another monopoly. In this first of two parts, Tony Simmons argues that the NBN can at last bring to Australian telecommunications a genuine opportunity for competition and growth... provided we learn from past.

$64M Federal investment ‘survival’ pool for promising early-stage Australian companies

Last Thursday the Federal Government announced that 11 fund managers had been named to oversee investment of $64 million into promising early-stage Australian companies under the Innovation Investment Follow-On Fund (IIFF).

$64M Federal investment 'survival' pool for promising early-stage Australian companies

Last Thursday the Federal Government announced that 11 fund managers had been named to oversee investment of $64 million into promising early-stage Australian companies under the Innovation Investment Follow-On Fund (IIFF).

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