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The recession your business needed to have

We've noticed a strange trend in our circulation data these past six months. Subscription numbers have dipped while retail sales have increased. It's all 'swings and...

WOMOW.com.au

With the recent boom in online viral marketing through sites such as YouTube and Facebook, many people seem to have forgotten that word-of-mouth is...

Startup School 08

On 19 April, over 650 tech entrepreneurs and students attended the fourth annual free Startup School, held at Stanford University in California. The event,...

Did you get your say at Senator Carr’s Innovation Review?

In the cover story of Anthill's launch Edition, way back in 2003, we posed the question, "Who's carrying Australian Innovation." Five year's later, we have...

Did you get your say at Senator Carr's Innovation Review?

In the cover story of Anthill's launch Edition, way back in 2003, we posed the question, "Who's carrying Australian Innovation." Five year's later, we have...

Why do Australians suck at pitching?

Anthill helped put together Pitch Club’s third event, held in Melbourne late last month. I had a great time, watching nine eager business builders...

Awards, gender and other things

Wow! The comments generated by yesterday's blog post certainly had us on the edge of our seats and doing some serious introspection. Firstly, some...

Ticket to ride: tech parks and industry clusters

Ambitious business builders know better than most that, in this lucky country, the only luck that sticks is self-made. Sid Subbrahmanyam considers a few locations where geography still matters in search of some elusive ingredients for success. Hold on tight!

The big house

A prison sentence early in life can dash the hopes of a would-be entrepreneur. Or it can fuel them. In the youth unit at Port Phillip Prison, rock bottom gives way to the bottom line as teenaged inmates become CEOs. Jodie O'Keeffe clears security to find out what it takes to build a business behind bars.

Dot-com survivors downunder

Has it really been six years since the world's first wave of internet entrepreneurs fell through that plump cloud they'd conjured in the sky, taking with them the turgid hopes of our fledgling new economy? It's been six years peppered with hard luck stories, investor reluctance and, lately, cautious hope rekindled. Australian internet startups were in the thick of it back then. The survivors emerged with slightly bloodied noses and wisdom far beyond their years.

Intellectual property

We love stories of simple ideas making millions: think Post-it Notes, Frisbee and eBay. Ideas need nourishment and protection as they move from R&D...

Going global: Get lost in Hong Kong

LOST IN HONG KONG business | culture | travel For many Australian entrepreneurs looking to do business in China, the most logical place to start is...

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