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You can expect an influx of good customer service in Australia soon. Influx.com has just announced a $250,000 seed investment from 99designs Founder Mark Harbottle, angel...
99designs, one of the best examples of the recent breed of Australian startups that are birthed with a global vision, has already created the...
Learnable.com’s $10 million giveaway designed to give Australian kids coding education, and a future
The first 10,000 Australian students to sign up for the Learnable for Schools program, which kicked off 19 August, will get three years of free access to Learnable.com, a global online learning company that teaches computer coding. It means each student gets $1,000 worth of online coding services ranging from books, tutorials and counseling normally sold at $29 per month, or for $180 per year.
For some time now, Germany has been on 99design’s horizon. Even though it had only an English-language site, European small businesses and startups accounted for about 15% of the 155,000 graphic design contests, reflecting strong potential. Today, 99designs considers Germany its top non-English language market, its fifth largest overall and one of its fastest growing.
So you wanted to add a Facebook link to your website and couldn't find somebody willing to do it at reasonable cost, and in...
99designs, the world’s largest design marketplace, has gone and got itself a localised website. The announcement comes snapping at the heels of its whopping $35 million first-round capital investment from Accel Partners – the fellas what invested in Facebook, Dropbox and Etsy -- and the launch of local rival DesignCrowd.
Today, 99designs, the world's largest online marketplace for crowdsourced graphic design services, announced a $35 million first-round investment led by Accel Partners. In this exclusive podcast for Anthill, 99designs co-founder Mark Harbottle speaks with James Tuckerman about the deal and what it means for the 26-person company based in Collingwood, Victoria.