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Alec Lynch, the founder and CEO of DesignCrowd, was recently named Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year in the Eastern Region by Ernst & Young. While working as a...

Few of us are born knowing how to operate a business. That means we turn to mentors and educators to learn to navigate the...

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The Smart 100 Shin-Dig gives you the opportunity to meet equally passionate and like-minded business builders. Plus, you can network with investors and other innovation industry influencers! Come along and ask burning questions, engage with with the panel and have your say.

Last year, the Pearcey NSW ICT and Digital Media Entrepreneur awards celebrated much talent, including that of Lars and Jens Rasmussen for the pinnacle award. The awards are back and the committee needs some nominees!

The Eighth Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business invites successful women to have their accomplishments recognised on a global scale. The awards are judged by several leading women entrepreneurs, and winners will be announced at a gala awards dinner in New York City in November.

30under30 was launched in early 2008 to encourage and promote entrepreneurship among young Australians. 30under30 provides recognition to 30 entrepreneurs under the age of 30.

Australia's most innovative mothers will be getting a break from their demanding workplace and household duties when they are honoured at the 2011 AusMumpreneur Awards, which will be presented at a gala event at Mercure Sydney on Saturday 27 August. Award nominations are being accepted until Friday 17 June.

The 17th AIMIA Awards have distinguished several projects and companies in the interactive media industry and as awarded the Outstanding Contribution Award to Oliver Weidlich.

For the second year, entrants in Telstra's annual Business Awards can elect to receive a 70-page Business Health Check, an independent report that assesses a company’s performance against best practice and can help in identifying opportunities for growth. Entries opened this week for the Awards program, in its 19th year. This year sees the introduction of two new Awards, the Telstra Regional Business Award and the People’s Choice Award.

Australia's richest business plan competition, offering $100,000 for one savvy Australian business, reached its conclusion at the Queensland State Library in Brisbane last Wednesday night. Does this company deserve $100k in seed funding? Heck, yeah! Now watch the clip.

Since extending the reach of Anthill's 30under30 awards to include 5over50, it feels like we’ve received nothing but criticism. Sure, enthusiastic ‘upstarts’ and ‘restarts’ have entered in droves. But the majority of direct feedback we've received can largely be paraphrased in three words: "What about me?!" So, after a short period of festering, here are my own (and very sincere) 24 responses to these 30 to 50 year-old critics.

Many baby-boomers might be nearing retirement but most are far from retired. Many members of this very driven (and notoriously outspoken) generation are embracing the freedom of an empty nest, turning their backs on once stable corporate careers and employing wisdom earned to serve their own ends.

Many baby-boomers might be nearing retirement but most are far from retired. Many members of this very driven (and notoriously outspoken) generation are embracing the freedom of an empty nest, turning their backs on once stable corporate careers and employing wisdom earned to serve their own ends.

5over5 is an Anthill initiative that was launched to encourage and promote game-changing (and often life changing) behaviours, by recognising Australian entrepreneurs, who are over the age of 50 and have started a new business in the past five years.

They represent the spoils of skunkworks and the rigours of R&D laboratories. They embody the passions of earnest inventors and the dreams of budding business builders. They are the products of industries old and new, from organisations both large and small. They're innovative, Australian and they're changing the world, one idea at a time. Yes, it's time to reveal the SMART 100, 2010.

They represent the spoils of skunkworks and the rigours of R&D laboratories. They embody the passions of earnest inventors and the dreams of budding business builders. They are the products of industries old and new, from organisations both large and small. They're innovative, Australian and they're changing the world, one idea at a time. Yes, it's time to reveal the SMART 100, 2010.

ABC Shop, Aunty's web storefront, was the overall winner in Australia's inaugural Online Retail Industry Awards. Another big winner was Shoes of Prey, which walked away with three awards -- Best New Online Retailer, Most Innovative Online Retailer and Best Online Marketing Initiative.

The IAB has announced the winners of its interactive advertising awards. Who came out on top? A mix of social media, video, games and movies, trumpeting the achievements of Lynx, Freddo, Tourism Victoria and Tooheys. Advertising has never been so cool.

The search is on for the best e-learning projects in Victoria, as the eLearning Industry Association of Victoria launches its third annual eLearning Excellence Awards. The awards were created in 2008 to recognise the Victoria’s most innovative online educational and training tools and systems.

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