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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...

Thirty-seven-year-old Patrick Kidd was an electrician for eight years but was not satisfied. Originally from the far South Coast of NSW, he moved to...

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...

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...

You know when you get a weird rash somewhere on your body so intimate that you feel too embarrassed to even see a doctor...

As a self-employed person, I spend a lot amount of time in cafes. I prefer working in cafes since I’m surrounded by noise and...

Tech startup RUBIX, has developed a Kickstarter campaign to launch its first offering: AUGMENT. AUGMENT is a modular charging solution for iPhone. The product lineup consists...

The Future Capital Bitcoin Fund (FCBF), an Australian-based investment firm, has launched a $USD30 million global investment fund investing in companies that are leveraging...

When 99designs, the world’s largest graphic design marketplace decided to expand in Asia, they were not joking. With the launch of a new site for...

Nick D'Aloisio is the latest teen sensation and superstar of the start up world. Having sold his app Summly and his services to Yahoo...

Retailers now have a much lower cost way to engage with and acquire the customers they want. At the same time, customers love receiving sponsored and group gift cards from their friends to spend on items they actually want. Put the two together and you get some thing interesting.

From its large population to its expansive highrise skyline and frantic lifestyle, Hong Kong is a city of extremes. In this scramble for space, local architect Gary Chang peered beyond the chaos and clamour, seeing an opportunity for technological innovation and green living.

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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