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Wanna sell across the ocean? 4 things to do if you want to launch...

Given the wealth of innovation here, it’s no surprise that that 38 percent of cash-generating Australian startups already have export revenue. But for that other 62 percent to really thrive, they’re going to need sell across the Indian Ocean.

Meet the fertility app from Sweden that has helped over 5,000 women get pregnant

Swedish start-up Natural Cycles, the hormone-free fertility app, has helped over 5,000 Swedish women to get pregnant within less than three months of using the app, on average, and now wants to empower women in the UK who are planning to conceive.

“Calm down, guys.” New data shows fears of VC saturation in Australia are unfounded

New research by Harvard private equity and venture capital guru Josh Lerner, commissioned by Blue Sky, shows Australia’s VC market is far from saturated

Uh-oh! Young Australians are the least prepared for the coming digital revolution

Young Australians are the least prepared for the digital revolution, according to a global report released at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos

From Dragons’ Den to a viral sensation: this guy is making a killing selling...

Entrepreneur Peter Byrne brought the popular invention Trolley Bags to Australia, it is now reaching more people through Facebook videos than McDonalds.

This new start-up is selling that tech they use to track down serial killers...

You know how detectives in crime shows or movies often track down the serial killer using geographic profiling, figuring out where the killer is...

All ye merchants, wake up! Mobile commerce is growing way faster than you think

Performance marketing tech company Criteo recently released its Q4 2014 State of Mobile Commerce Report, critically looking into consumers’ mobile shopping behaviour and trends. Finding that...

This is quite possibly the best World Cup ad ever [VIDEO]

First up, I will admit I don't have a lot of interest in the World Cup. I consider Moss from the IT Crowd to be...

Mondelēz International is offering your start-up a chance to work with one of Australia’s...

Mondelēz International, the maker of iconic brands including Cadbury Dairy Milk and Philadelphia cream cheese, recently announced the Australian launch of its breakthrough mobile...

Keep your freebies, Aussie tweeps are not interested. So, what do they want then?

A study shows that Australians are far more likely to have a genuine interest in the brands they follow on Twitter than their counterparts...

Food Relief 2.0: Social networks rally around the flood-affected, offering both money and resources

Flood relief has officially gone 2.0. As 75% of Queensland braces itself for a ‘post-war scale’ clean-up in the wake of the recent devastating floods, online communities have rallied together on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook to coordinate both donations and resources.

What is the Groupon-model and why is it relevant to your business?

In business circles, Groupon will, for a long time, be known as the Chicago-based startup that scored itself a $1.35 billion valuation within a year of launch. For the rest of the world, it is a website that harnesses collective buying to get consumers cheap products and services. But for ambitious startups, the model could also be employed to sell their own goods and services (and never buy advertising again).

From Rio to Freo: are we going nuts for Brazil?

From soccer to samba and Carnival to Copacabana, Brazil is seen as an exotic country of liberal excess and partying. However, beyond the beaches and the tourist hedonism, Brazil’s most promising leader to date, President Lula da Silva, has been powering on with economic reform and international strategic alliances that have seen the country emerge relatively unscathed from the GFC. Tim Harcourt reports what this means for the future and where trade with Australia may fit into Brazil’s promising economic outlook.

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