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As a 24-year old entrepreneur who has spent the last three years working around the clock to build my business, here are four practical insights I hope will assist those considering going out on their own. Is founding a business really for you? Is now the right time?
Gen Z rank starting a social media-based business as the best pathway to success, followed by networking or launching a start-up, according to the second chapter of NAB’s whitepaper, Rethink Success.
Good Design Australia and business accelerator CtechBA have launched Design Entrepreneur Awards, open to innovative designers, engineers and entrepreneurs
Ever wondered why Steve Jobs wore jeans and a black turtleneck or why Mark Zuckerberg wears a grey t-shirt and black hoodie daily? Heather Smith shares why
Weddingbuzz co-founder Phil Usher recently watched Straight Outta Compton, a biopic about legendary rap group N.W.A and saw 9 lessons entrepreneurs can pick
About 11 years ago, a young Mark Zuckerberg appeared on CNBC to talk about getting people online. Back then, it was called The Facebook. He...
Or Steve Jobs for that matter? Zuckerberg wears a grey t-shirt, sometimes a hoodie. Jobs is known for his black turtleneck shirts. Why do they do...
In this video, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook has an open discussion about the early days of Facebook. The first question is most interesting....
So many were expecting Facebook to launch a phone. Instead, Facebook launched software that commandeered your phone and made it, well, into exactly what is shown in this ad.
For anyone who has ever coded anything, you will know that smug sense of self satisfaction that you get when it actually works. That sense of achievement. The sense that you created something.
Lots of industry pundits were expecting Facebook to announce it was releasing its own phone today, despite the fact that the company has long denied it was working on any such thing. What the company has been working on is a search function that works within Facebook.
Kondoot calls itself the world’s “first integrated, social live video platform.” It's founders are being referred to as the Australian Zuckerbergs. It's heading for a humble $10 million share offering on the ASX. So, what's it really all about?
So, you reckon the Facebook share price will plummet further? Want to make a bet? No, I mean really. Do you want to make a bet? Bookmaker Tom Waterhouse is taking bets on just how low the Facebook stock price will go by the end of 2012.
Facebook has so many marvelous uses. It allows us to keep in touch with our agrarian roots (yay, Farmville!). It shores up our faulty...
What can’t be denied is the film's assertion that the business world is now the domain of Gen-Y entrepreneurs, who have the smarts and creativity to bring their billion-dollar ideas to life. Spurred on by the success of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates, young men such as Zuckerberg have created successful businesses all through the typing of code on a computer screen.
Ah Facebook. You’ve turned mum into a serial over-sharer, the boss into a persistent poker, and Mark Zuckerberg keeps pimping your private deets from atop of his 18 carat Captain Kirk replica chair. But still, you heart social media and all the lolz it brings. So what’s the alternative? Maybe, just maybe, it’s new Aussie start-up Family HQ.
It was only a matter of time. Columbia Pictures has adapted the story of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, to create The Social Network, due for US release in October. However, it's likely to face stiff competition, with the Middle Men due for release in August. Yup, it's another tale of internet fame and fortune 'based on a real story' -- the 'invention' of ecommerce.