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“A guide to raising angel and venture capital finance (ebook)”

This eBook by celebrated Australian entrepreneur and lecturer Dr Tom McKaskill was developed as entrepreneur’s guide to securing venture finance.

"A guide to raising angel and venture capital finance (ebook)"

This eBook by celebrated Australian entrepreneur and lecturer Dr Tom McKaskill was developed as entrepreneur’s guide to securing venture finance.

How to sell your business – Invest to Exit (ebook)

This eBook by celebrated Australian entrepreneur and lecturer Dr Tom McKaskill features strategies for profitable exits by angel and VC investors.

Need a finance template for a bank loan?

Are you seeking a template that is purposely designed to accompany a business bank loan? BusinessPlans.com.au has prepared hundreds of business plans for bank loans...

30under30 winners, 2009 (The Full List)

We're continuing to stagger the release of profiles of this year's 30under30 winners. However, as a follow-up to the wonderful 30under30 event held in Melbourne last Thursday (videos coming), here are the 30 winners, including a brief bio on each.

Seeking venture capital? Need angel funding?

This first event in Anthill's upcoming 'Tunnel Talk' series, held in conjunction with Design Victoria, is a two-part initiative developed for business builders, commercial innovators, aspiring entrepreneurs and creative professionals seeking to identify investment ready ideas and acquire growth capital.

Jack Delosa, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

While many business people begin by studying a Commerce degree, perhaps even an MBA, Jack Delosa epitomises the 'school of hard knocks' entrepreneurial path.

David Ball, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

When asked to create a 30under30 award category that would best suit him, 22-year-old Queenslander David Ball suggested the "Robin Hood Award (for taking some money away from the rich guys and giving it back to the poor guys)".

Ross Hill, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

Ross Hill doesn't turn 30 for another eight years, but he's crammed more entrepreneurial activity into his 22 years than many people twice his age.

Sophee McPhee, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

Launching an independent niche magazine as the economy is nose-diving would be daunting enough, let alone doing so as a 22-year-old student. But that's just what Queenslander Sophee McPhee did in 2008 when she became as the Founding Editor of Queensland Calendar Girls Magazine (QCG Magazine).

Marita Cheng, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

Marita Cheng is still at university (studying a mechatronics engineering and computer science double-degree), but she already owns and runs two businesses.

Nick Ferguson, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

At 19 years of age, Nick Ferguson is our youngest 30under30 winner for 2009. He is owner and founder of Sustain Fitness, a fitness advisory and resource development company he launched in 2007 while still in Year 12. During that year, Ferguson was hospitalised with a severe illness. He used the time to channel his drive and commitment into entrepreneurial ways.

How to export design services

Last night, I was given the pleasure of moderating a panel of design exporters at the launch of The Case for Export, a handbook...

10 steps to web start up (Start Up Blog)

A great post by regular Anthill contributor and Rentoid.com founder Steve Sammartino over on his Start Up Blog. A list of the 10 things...

Surf’s up

Lists. Endless lists. The latest curse of the web are those endless swimming pools of customer data - most popular, most active, most tagged or downloaded. Personally, I hate them. They tell me nothing, other than other people's aggregated bad taste. Worse, they miss one of the internet's most subtle and powerful features - the discovery power of networks.

Surf's up

Lists. Endless lists. The latest curse of the web are those endless swimming pools of customer data - most popular, most active, most tagged or downloaded. Personally, I hate them. They tell me nothing, other than other people's aggregated bad taste. Worse, they miss one of the internet's most subtle and powerful features - the discovery power of networks.

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