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Wellington City Council has opened a new tech hub with BizDojo to support its...

Wellington City Council and BizDojo have launched a new tech hub and Collider programme - a key component of the Council’s Economic Development Strategy

All three Wellington start-ups scooped big awards at this Australasian fintech showcase in Sydney...

Banqer, Eight Wire and Sharesight, the three Wellington start-ups at the recent Afiniation FinTech Showcase in Sydney all scooped big awards there

Start-ups win big as both sides of politics put innovation on the national agenda

StartupAUS welcomed Labor’s plan to support start-ups and push for an ‘innovation nation’, excited to see the significant focus from both sides of politics

Melbourne beauty start-up Bellabox is on an express route to China thanks to Market...

When Melbourne-based beauty start-up Bellabox decided to expand its operations to China, it chose to use Market Engine's unique retail management platform.

The fear of failing at entrepreneurship shouldn’t stop you from having a go at...

Aussie entrepreneurs face many of the same huddles as their counterparts worldwide, with one unique addition: our deep-seated, psychological fear of failure

The ‘Aha!’ moment: How 15 famous start-up founders got their brilliant ideas (INFOGRAPHIC)

One of the hardest part of starting a business is finding the idea itself. Yes, ideas are all around us but spotting that one...

Where are women excelling in business? These are the world’s top cities for female...

Entrepreneurship was traditionally seen as a man’s game, but today that is changing. Women are emerging as a large demographic in the start-up culture.

Huge growth on a small budget: Creative start-ups can make it big in less...

Many start-ups today are moving away from traditional marketing towards growth hacking. A trend that was adopted way back by marketers and innovators in the...

This is what governments and corporates can (and really should) learn from start-ups

Governments and corporates are increasingly being challenged by smaller, more agile start-ups, who are able to rapidly innovate and disrupt their industries

Silicon Valley’s Lean Startup Methodology is coming to Australasia for the first time ever

Creative HQ is hosting LEAN 15, a conference on Lean Startup Methodology, coined by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Eric Ries, October 5th - 7th in Wellington

What I’ve learned over the last 10 years about how to go from working...

Formerly an orthopaedic and sports rehabilitation physiotherapist, Leonie Henzell launched Bockers & Pony in April 2004. She shares her top eight tips for starting a business.

The good, the bad and the ugly: Here is how the new changes in...

By now everyone in the Australian start-up space should be aware that the government has made significant changes to the way in which equity or options issued to employees will be taxed.

Source Legal Online is offering Australian start-ups legal services they can actually afford with...

Many would agree with Stanislav Roth’s view that conventional law firms are failing to adapt their ‘modus operandi’ in response to the unique needs...

Did you know that just registering your business name is not enough to protect...

Is the name of your business protected? You’ll probably say 'yes' if you have a business name registration or are a registered company, but...

Do start-up heroes finish last? Are we sacrificing what really matters in life at...

We all know hard work is part of the start-up mantra. Long hours, big deadlines, after hours networking, dinner with important clients, and hustling hard...

Wondering who moved your cash? These three suspects are messing your cash flow

This is the million-dollar question for so many start-ups, and also a burning issue for most SMEs. The answer comes down to three key pressure...

Which MP is most popular with startups? What do they really want from the...

The team over at Startup Muster, one of the largest and most comprehensive surveys of the Australian start-up ecosystem, though still buried in analysis...

Hot local services start-up Oneflare has acquired Australia’s largest customer reviews website

Australia's fastest growing local services platform, Oneflare has recently acquired Word of Mouth Online (WOMO), the country’s largest customer reviews website. With hundreds of thousands...

For once, here’s a start-up that’s not out to change the world. This one’s...

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...

This young Aussie expat whose apps were acquired by Twitter and MyFitnessPal has some...

Nick Crocker, who holds Political Science and Law degrees from the University of Queensland, is a young Aussie expat living in San Francisco. He currently...

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How to zig when everyone else is zagging, with Julio De...

Why is it that some business owners appear impervious to business obstacles and upsets? In some cases, it seems that it’s the obstacles that drive certain personality types to success. In this CHEAT SHEET, we share five ways of thinking to respond to INDUSTRY, ECONOMIC, BRAND, SOCIETAL and PERSONAL shifts.

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How to confidently raise venture capital… with Jack Delosa [CHEAT SHEET]

Need to raise capital for your new business venture? First, you need to understand how investors think! So, you wanto to acquire cappital? But, as...

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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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