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What is Anthill? It's a business magazine. What’s it about? It's about innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid business growth. Until Anthill was launched in September 2003, the bulk of existing business titles in Australia were mainly concerned with issues of relevance to small/micro businesses or large corporations (one or the other). Anthill was developed to bridge this gap, appealing to highly innovative and ambitious ‘fast’ growth businesses - SMEs with rapid growth potential and larger companies that realise the value of reinvention to stay ahead. It does not focus on the traditional ‘nuts and bolts’ of business development (although this is a key element of editorial content), but instead it highlights the inspiring thrills, spills, trials and tribulations of business development and rapid commercial growth. Business can and should be fun, right!

What is the difference between marketing funnels and customer journey maps? [INFOGRAPHIC]

It can seem as if a lot of terms related to business refer to the same things but if you dig deeper,...

Here is the new face of technologically driven manufacturing: Industry 4.0

The first three industrial revolutions were impressive in their own right. They introduced steam power, electrified factories, assembly lines and early attempts...

What lies ahead for a nation that says yes to mediocrity?

There’s something fundamentally wrong with a nation that takes little interest in a brighter future. Yet, it seems that’s...

How do you grow your business online? An expert gives a few pointers

In 2008, I founded and launched a website (DesignCrowd.com) with a laptop, $10,000 in savings and 3 credit cards.

To hire or not to hire? That is the question every startup should consider

To hire or not to hire? A pivotal question for any start-up. Growth and its potential are intensely important during the early...

Global employers are increasingly using gig economy platforms despite the concerns

With the growing acceptance of the “gig economy” workforce in Australia, new independent research commissioned by specialised recruiter Robert Half ...

Venture studio BlueChilli has opened applications for the tech accelerator designed specifically for female-led...

Australian venture studio and innovation group BlueChilli has opened applications for round three of its award-winning SheStarts program, the country’s...

Old technology and death-by-meetings: Why the Australian workforce is losing the productivity battle

Organisations of all sizes, from large multinationals to burgeoning startups, are spending boatloads of cash on solutions aimed at simplifying collaboration...

Here 5 lessons from an expert on why the best entrepreneurs always experiment

Now is not a good time to be in the prediction business. So many attempts to foretell the future go horribly wrong....

Digivizer and Investible are partnering to help startups accelerate growth using data-driven marketing

A new partnership between early-stage investment group Investible, and digital analytics platform Digivizer, will help startups harness the power of data-driven...

Sydney startup Tiliter announces partnership, introducing AI technology to thousands of supermarkets across Australia

Award winning Australian AI technology start-up Tiliter have recently announced their partnership with GaP Solutions which will see their fresh...

Is your baggage hampering your activities? The Airbnb of lugagge wants to lighten the...

Stasher, the innovative luggage storage solution that has been helping worldwide travellers lighten their loads, is now set to convenience thousands of...

This University of South Australia startup is using artificial intelligence to tame Parkinson’s disease

A South Australia startup, Lookinglass , based at UniSA’s Innovation & Collaboration Centre recently released an artificial intelligence (AI) web app that...

Here are seven quick hacks to help your small business rise higher this Easter

The festive period is a great opportunity for small businesses, across all industries, to use the long weekend to take stock, look ahead to the end of the financial year and get your small business hopping.

Do you have a grant application in the works? Here is a handful of...

Many companies will often lament the lack of funding in their sector, or the impossibly-strict development window they are supposed to slot...

This Aussie coworking provider has launched a unique program to give a leg up...

One of Australia’s largest locally owned coworking providers, Hub Australia, has launched its Flexi-Impact program which aims to support purpose-driven businesses by...

What do Aussie startup founders think about the newly announced 2019 budget?

Australian treasurer Josh Frydenberg recently delivered his inaugural budget speech for the financial year 2019/2020. However, this speech was...

Aussie startup advocacy group believes budget provides incremental gains but lacks vision on technology

Despite a welcome injection of $60 million over 3 years to the Export Market Development Grant, StartupAUS described the recently announced Budget...

Here are five tips for your business to break into the international market

Only 20 per cent of Australian companies that expand overseas succeed on a sustainable basis, according to Fidelity Future Leaders Fund.

Are the federal budget initiatives for SMEs really what the small businesses wanted?

The federal government released its budget with some initiatives that were targeted at small and medium enterprises (SMEs). However,...

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