china Archives - Page 3 of 5 -
Home Tags China

Tag: china

Australian winemakers are on an ice-breaking journey into China to quench its rapidly growing...

Taking grapes from Western Australia’s Frankland River region, Ferngrove River Wines has exported wine from one of the most secluded wine estates to China’s...

Australia is still failing its tech start-ups. This is what the government should be...

StartupAUS, a not-for-profit entity that supports Australian tech start-ups, recently released the Crossroads 2015 report, which reveals that despite positive developments over the past 12 months,...

For once, here’s a start-up that’s not out to change the world. This one’s...

These days, nearly every start-up founder and their dog claims they are out to change the world. This isn’t one of those start-ups. These guys...

No, working with China doesn’t mean we are ‘losing young Aussie talent’ and I’ll...

The rhetoric in the Australian start-up and business communities around “losing young, talented Australians to other competing markets” has been around for a long...

This student entrepreneur won a $10,000 AMP grant for her Chinese internship start-up

Austern International, a start-up founded by 20-year-old UNSW student entrepreneur Lily Wu that puts Australian students into Chinese internships recently won a $10,000 innovation...

How to go from earning $12 a month to being worth $22 billion [VIDEO]

In his first job, Jack Ma was paid just $12 a month. Now, as the founder and Chairman of Alibaba, he's worth around $22...

What challenges are women entrepreneurs facing all over the world today?

According to the second annual Gender-Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI), more than 75 per cent of the 30 countries surveyed are not meeting...

Why does this guy insist on manufacturing in China and yet many are abandoning...

A new trend has developed where many companies that have been manufacturing in China for some time are moving their operations to other countries...

Would you leave a comfortable finance career at GE to buy a beauty company?...

Ben Skeggs completed a Bachelor of Commerce and Master of Business at the University of Otago in New Zealand, and upon finishing his Masters,...

China Digital Conference brings experts on China’s online market to Melbourne and Sydney. It’s...

It's no secret that China has a rapidly growing business marketplace, attracting Australia's (and the worlds') attention. More than 10 China online experts, including executives...

Growth beyond our shores: Are you are beating the odds by “e-Exporting”?

According to the OECD, Australian exports rose from 18 per cent of GDP to 21 per cent from 2004 to 2010, with a 23...

How MiiBrands is helping you upgrade your kicks (on the cheap)!

Launched in July 2012, MiiBrand was developed in Australia by four young entrepreneurs who identified a gap in the market (ah, the classic story). The MiiBrand team decided to tackle the problems faced by retailers (lagging sales, overseas competition, and crowded marketplace) head on by leveraging mobile technology to provide a much needed solution.

Here’s an export success story. Once upon a time, an Aussie company went to...

Although China is a tremendous opportunity for Australian exporters, The Expert Editor is actually the first professional editing company to service this growing market.

Sing glory for the angels are flying down to the Gold Coast! I mean...

At this 6th Australian National Conference on angel investment, we shall have representatives from Mumbai Angels, the largest angel investment group in the world, and New Zealand’s ICE Angels, the largest Angel Group in Australasia. These will join a number of other international speakers and guests from China, Singapore, the UK, Canada and the US.

Is your middle class better than mine? Tech might be the key

All middle classes are not the same – even ignoring overall income levels. But can use of technology be a proxy for which of the middle classes will grow faster?

Why planning for IP ownership is critical for your business, and your sanity

What happens when you are sitting down with your supplier, customer or contractors, discussing business or a project or a product idea and in the course of the discussion some valuable new intellectual property (IP) is identified? It's an inevitable scenario that can arise almost anytime you have a group of bright and innovative people gathered for a meeting.

The US ‘incubator’ craze comes to the rescue of Australian start-ups, super hero style

Leading Australian business strategist, commentator and author Kerwin Rae believes the ‘incubator’ craze gathering momentum in Australia could stem the flow of local talent leaving our shores. Meanwhile, the federal government is becoming increasingly aware that they must do something or we face economic collapse within our economy as SMEs make up such a huge portion of GDP. If SMEs fail, we fail.

eWAY founder Matt Bullock on plans to ‘smash’ U.K. market, and foray into China,...

In an interview with Anthill’s Cynthia Karena, Bullock talks about how his resolve never to accept no for an answer landed him his first big client – St. George Bank. Entrepreneurship also means creating a win-win situation and scaling from small to medium, and probably to large, because of the huge potential that still exists, he adds.

Ventures in Digital Media raises pitch with Amplify acquisition

Ventures in Digital Media, which calls itself a venture 'catalyst', is ratcheting up its profile with a full-fledged acquisition, the first since its founding. The...

CrowdStudy explores group buying for university courses and MBAs

The group buying market has matured quickly. But is it ready to go to school? The man taking the concept of group buying to campuses is Majilesh, a young software engineer fresh from a stint at the world’s largest provider of educational services, Kaplan. It’s fair to say his young startup, CrowdStudy, is venturing into uncharted territory.

FREE BUSINESS TOOLS

FREE BUSINESS TOOL

INFOGRAPHICS

OPINIONS & ADVICE