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Here are 5 key tips to keep in mind as an Australian startup doing...

Following the introduction of the free trade agreement between Australia and South Korea (KAFTA) in 2014, trade between the two countries has boomed. Korea is Australia’s fourth largest trading partner, making the Korea-Australia corridor ripe for business-savvy Aussies.

B2B Expo 2016 is a great place for Australian SME owners to meet, greet...

The inaugural B2BExpo 2016 scheduled for April 27-28, organised by Australian Business Forum (ABF), is an ideal forum for SME owners to meet and connect

As more men pay more attention to their looks, this Sydney start-up is getting...

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...

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...

Here’s to celebrating 30 years of mobile phone technology [VIDEO]

Yes, the mobile phone is reaching the age of anxiety - 30! Well, in Korea anyway. SK Telecom, a Korean telco, celebrated the event with...

So you think you cannot get drunk online? Think again…

Drinks Cube co-founder Jessie Teh-Chong said while cultural diversity was usually promoted through food or national costumes, drinks were always overlooked as a likely ambassador.

Now that's some innovative thinking; a sunlight activated QR code to target midday shoppers

E-mart stores in Korea are what Walmart stores are in America. They are everywhere, wildly popular and sell lots of stuff. Yet, at lunchtime the stores were a ghost town. Few shoppers, few sales. Here's how E-mart used sunlight, QR Codes and good old-fashioned discounting to turn things around.

Korea’s Live Park pushes the limits of virtual interaction. But ‘4-D’? No.

We're not sure where marketing people got the bright idea that 4-D is not an expression from a physics book but rather the answer to the question: "What's more awesome than 3-D?" Live Park 4-D Art Factory, an installation in Korea, expands the boundaries of motion-sensing software. But it doesn't require an understanding of relativity and spacetime to enjoy.

Window on the future: online video in Asia

The very conditions that make Asia such a disruptive market for consumer behaviour - lax copyright, fast broadband, urban youth subcultures, advanced mobile devices - are also fast becoming global trends. As the rest of the world joins the party, you can rest assured, the future of TV will not be far behind.

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The Gaddie Pitch in three simple sentences with Antony Gaddie and...

The personal elevator pitch is an essential tool in the entrepreneur’s utility belt. Your pitch is also essential for success on the web, for placement on landing pages, in emails and blogs. The medium might change but rarely will the structure of an effective pitch. Antony Gaddie is the creator of “the Gaddie Pitch,” an internationally-renowned set of tactics designed to help business owners deliver an effective elevator pitch, time and time again.

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Seven steps to crafting the perfect email, with James Tuckerman [FREE...

We are all bombarded by emails every day. We bombard others with emails. It’s a congested superhighway of e-promises, lead magnets and chit chat out there. So how on Earth are your emails going to stand out? James Tuckerman is a man who knows a thing or ten about online marketing. In this cheat sheet, he shares seven steps to achieve two very clear goals: Opens and click throughs.

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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