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The start-up which makes that Bondi Chai you love won gold in the “business...

The small NSW business behind Australia’s most awarded chai latte, Bondi Chai, was named the Asia Pacific Food and Beverage Company of The Year...

SMBs learn from their business mistakes and move on

The best way to awesomeness is to learn from your business mistakes. The next best way? Learn from others’ mistakes! Telstra spoke to 1,000 Australian...

Oneflare is looking to give three students a taste of the start-up world they...

Oneflare, the Aussie local services marketplace, is the newest sponsor of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) co-op scholarship program, aiming to help...

Australian e-commerce software start-up Bigcommerce has raised $50 million in funding

E-commerce platform Bigcommerce has raised USD $50 million in Series D funding. This round of funding adds to the $75 million raised to date,...

Say hello to the next “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”

For a long time, my family has been associated with the globally renowned 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – my father Stephen Covey...

This software has gained more than one million users in Australia before officially launching...

After several years of organic growth, driven primarily by the good old word of mouth, the cloud-based presentation software Prezi has finally officially launched...

Why are more Australian professionals finding it a sound choice to head back to...

With significant structural change sweeping across a number of Australian industries –manufacturing, motor vehicle manufacturing and mining to name a few – it’s little...

What’s a radio station got to do with a café? A ‘coffice’ worker!

For over two decades, Angela Vithoulkas has run cafés, most notably the Vivo. She has run radio stations, too. Now she’s combining the two...

Chris Von Wilpert’s snow cone business is not just a business. It’s about giving...

Chris Von Wilpert says his business has operated under the radar most of the time. He couldn’t be more right when he says, “Our...

Telstra targets growing mobile workforce with selected mobile apps

Telstra is working its way further into the mobile app market. The telecom company said it is partnering with three business app providers –...

Why do SMBs shun Facebook, Twitter and all of the social media?

A Telstra survey of 1,000 SMBs found nearly three-quarters to be indifferent to the charms of Facebook, Twitter and the like, and 12% believing social media to be a business dampener.

Are digital movie rentals over-hyped?

There has been a lot of talk over the past couple of years about how the evolving digital world is already impacting the traditional movie rental business. Yes, it is true that Australian consumers are becoming more and more in control of “what they want, when they want”, but just how well are these new providers of digital movie rentals really fulfilling those needs?

How to win Facebook fans and influence brands

A broad conclusion: Consistent tactical and promotional themes bring high engagement and expand fan base. So, competitions, special offers and even “creative, visual and often humorous posts” lead to high visibility and growth.

How to become an unofficial Olympic YouTube sensation by stealth [VIDEO]

Who's that cheeky bloke behind the Queen? After realising he was on camera, and being beamed across the planet, the guy standing to the right behind the Queen realises the top of his head is cut off in the shot. He slowly, sneakily bends his knees so the glory of his full head of hair is included in the footage.

Small businesses happy despite the cloudy economic weather

The current economic climate has often been the subject of negative opinions. Raise your hand if you have not seen a suited-up doomsayer on TV foretelling the economic Apocalypse... see, no hands! However, the responses and attitudes towards whether, and where, existing businesses are prepared to spend over the next 12 months, paint a rather fascinating picture. These guys are dancing in the rain! With 72% of business owners saying they would be happy to start up a business again, the survey also revealed 53% of owners say their business is their passion.

Soup stirs the Facebook pot to discover word-of-mouth nuggets

What’s word of mouth got to do with Facebook? Plenty, says Soup, an advocacy marketing agency distinguished by its extraordinary faith in word-of-mouth campaigns. The Sydney firm’s experimental Soup Lab has developed what it claims is a “world-first” Facebook app of its kind and embarked on a research project with Dr. Lars Groeger, a marketing lecturer at the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, to measure the reach and value of “branded conversations.”

Ventures in Digital Media raises pitch with Amplify acquisition

Ventures in Digital Media, which calls itself a venture 'catalyst', is ratcheting up its profile with a full-fledged acquisition, the first since its founding. The...

Marketing lesson: iPhone is for women, Android is for men

e-channel ran two sets of tests on users of the two different phones. In one, it delivered group buying deals offering discounts at grocery stores, restaurants and, health and beauty stores; in the other, it beamed information on the male-centric Australian Football League (AFL).

What is Office 365?

Office365 makes it easy for every business to stay on top of everything through its virtually anywhere-access mode. Easy and secure passageway to all your important documents is what it offers. Its familiar Microsoft Office collaboration and productivity tools are compatible with your office computers or any internet-run device.

Innovation challenge launched by Telstra to equip Australia during natural disasters

Brilliant minds across the country are being summoned to stand up and make a difference. Telstra is challenging all Australian researchers and innovators to come...

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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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