Hobart Archives -
Home Tags Hobart

Tag: Hobart

This new tech start-up has got taxi drivers switching lanes into parcel delivery

New service recently launched in Sydney, allows taxi drivers to deliver parcels 24/7. After two months of operations, the Sydney-based company expands its activities to more cities across the country.

Australia’s best healthcare minds have come together to help treat strokes better [VIDEO]

Australian health professionals will be empowered to deliver high quality, best practice stroke care thanks to a world-first, new online platform. The Stroke Foundation...

Big Pitch: your chance at winning your piece of up to $5 million in...

The Big Pitch is back again this year, and this year it’s even more exciting. Big Pitch is looking for tech startups with big ideas,...

Coffee. Can we ever have too much of it?

Right now, the average cost of a takeaway cappuccino in Australia is $3.47. On average, Australians are paying no more this quarter for their cappuccino than last quarter. The Gilkatho Cappuccino Price Index™ has slowed this quarter in comparison to the CPI, but still shows a marked increase on the CPI over the year.

Is wine, food and travel worth anything if it’s not on the iPhone? Ask...

VisitVineyards.com has launched an iPhone app that brings its rich content to travellers. The online wine and food travel guide was once called “Australia’s most comprehensive guide to regional wine, food and travel guide” by the Mornington Peninsula and received several other encomiums for blazing a new trail in this realm. So, the development of the app is in keeping with its reputation as a new media pioneer.

Pitch Club Hobart is on!

Promotion: On the back of Melbourne Pitch Club last month, we are off to Hobart next week (17th March 2011). Pitch Club assists aspiring entrepreneurs to launch their new business ideas. We provide a forum to Pitch ideas; tools to manage and syndicate ideas and match you up with quality advisors and business angels. Pitch Club chapters are in most major cities in Australia.

Why this angel is not investing in social networks

A young entrepreneur asked me an interesting question, “If Twitter hadn’t happened yet and you had the chance to invest in it at start-up, would you?” As it turns out this is quite relevant as I did have the chance to invest in Twitter during a very early funding round through my own networks in Silicon Valley.

FREE BUSINESS TOOLS

FREE BUSINESS TOOL

INFOGRAPHICS

OPINIONS & ADVICE