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Grana, an online clothing retailer creating luxury fabrics and wardrobe essentials at guilt-free prices, has secured an additional U.S $3.5 million in seed funding...
You might think that being given the chance to present a globally established TV brand with a legion of diehard fans and viewers in...
According to a new report, the Australian private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) industries generated attractive returns over a one, three and five year period, as of June 2010, in comparison to traditional stock indexes.
The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons, Napoleon Hill’s 1,600+ page monstrosity published prior to Think and Grow Rich, contains a lot of useful information that can help you realise your potential. In this series, Joshua Moore covers each of these attributes in a practical way that you can apply to your life and work. Today he discusses the value of self-control.
At its core, FounderLab is designed to address one of the most daunting challenges facing entrepreneurs: recruiting talented team members with the right technology skillsets to take their business to the next level.
It's not too late to enter the University of Queensland Business School (UQBS) Enterprize 2011 business competition... but, well, let's just say it's getting pretty close. The door on new entries closes TODAY, 22 July. Aspiring entrepreneurs have until midnight to submit their concept plans and to be eligible for the grand prize: $100,000 in seed funding.
This short film is set in a future where gamification has taken on a whole new meaning. Contact lens have a new application and the way people interact with their world moves into squarely into the realm of creepy. Better yet, snail zombies exist.
American financial manager aBill Gross has founded a lot of start-ups, and incubated many others — and found out why some succeeded where many failed
Adams got a trophy, memorial plaque and cash prize for the Entrepreneurial Award. In addition, she will receive 12 months of mentoring from 10 of the top executives including those from Google, GBST and the Queensland government.
In the first annual People's Choice awards for Australia's Best Bank, 23,000 banking customers cast their votes online for their most preferred financial institution. The voting was conducted by Mozo, an online finance comparison and reviews service.
A team of scientists, led by Dr Jose Varghese at CSIRO, has focused its research on a destructive protein known as amyloid beta, which assembles itself in the brain and builds up plaque that is associated with Alzheimer's disease.
As more and more people adopt digital devices and go online, many criminals have moved away from in-person scams and petty crime and toward online scams and cybersecurity attacks. Seniors, unfortunately, have become a key target for many of these scammers.
Longtail UX, an Australian SaaS startup and creator of patented technology that boosts websites’ ad performance and website rankings on Google, has today announced a new Search Marketing Scorecard to help companies that do business online.
Bloomingdales, the New York fashion store, and crayon make Crayola have done something really remarkable. Crayons can be excellent to sketching ideas and for keeping...
HassleMe.co.uk is a simple internet service that allows you to enter a recurring message to yourself and set the time intervals between reminders. For example, you may choose to receive a reminder email every day to "Do some exercise" or to be asked every six months: "How many people want to buy your business?"
Reminiscent of the Simpsons episode where Homer has a $1 billion note until it is stolen by Fidel Castro, US Federal authorities have seized 250 bogus $1 billion notes in a Los Angeles raid. The notes, which bore the portrait of President Grover Cleveland, were believed to be modelled on actual $1,000 notes from the 1930s. Rumour has it that the notes will be used to relaunch the hunt for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
On-demand cleaning, gardening and handyman provider, UrbanOutsource has hit 30,000 booked hours as the on-demand service sector takes flight in Australia
It's been a big year for vending machines. And, it's also been a big year for cardboard boxes. You've seen what one boy, Caine Monroy,...
Hear Mail reads text aloud, enabling users to check their inboxes hands-free. The app also allows users to skip from a current email to the next, or delete spam at any point along the way.