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Australian entrepreneurs with ambition need to add Silicon Valley to their horizons. The outlook is necessary to comprehend the sheer size of global markets, and to opens one’s mind to opportunities.
The 'war on drugs' has been raging and raging for almost all of my lifetime. And, frankly, I feel old. So, for this 'war' to...
Developers are in high demand in any startup community. Without them, the great digital idea that you have remains just that, an idea. So, companies go to great lengths to find technology gurus.
Where do I start? How about, it includes two things that I really don't have much time for: Instagram photos and Nickelback. Yes, that about covers it.
Kids at Switch seeks to not only foster financial literacy in students, but to do so in a way that taps their passions and sense of play into a sense of unshakeable purpose. The concept is inspired by the disparate influences of highly successful investors such as Robert Kiyosaki and Warren Buffett, and innovative educationists such as Sir Ken Robinson, besides Finland’s education system.
The Australian culture is unforgiving to start-ups, unless it all goes ‘perfectly’. What I love about the approach from Click Frenzy is its refusal to accept the proposition that the event was a failure. In fact, the company was a victim of its own success - there were too many customers.
While that may sound a little disheartening, bear this in mind. If you're in Silicon Valley you've got an 8% chance, or a 6.7% chance if you're in Silicon Alley (New York). But how is the Australian startup ecosystem compared to the rest of the world, and, of course, Silicon Valley?
The next Startup Weekend event is happening 16-18 November 2012 in Adelaide. The event will host developers, business personnel and legal experts who will work collaboratively to try and hammer out a new idea over the weekend, with a focus on bringing to bear a new startup. The event is nearly all filled-up, but those of us watching from the side-lines have a whole lot to look forward to. Participants will arrive Friday afternoon and start networking. After dinner and a small round of pep talks, the “Pitchfire” will begin.
We're not asking for a revolution, but there are some really simple things that the government could do to rock the world of startups and entrepreneurs. These five simple things would make a world of difference.
Is anyone who says they are an entrepreneur a little insane? Probably. Not that there's anything wrong with that. This video brings together an array of entrepreneurs talking about their fears, failures and biggest insights.
Every business, even big businesses, should be thinking lean when it comes to getting a new idea off the ground. There are two ways to do anything. The smart way, and the hard way. Guess which way is the lean way?
Oh great. This is just what we need. San Fransisco is about to become even smarter. Some of the greatest tech companies, and the minds behind them, are joining forces to solve the problems of the city itself.
“We aim to connect designers, entrepreneurs and retailers directly with targeted consumers, providing both the retailers and the customers with a safe, convenient way to shop, all in one place,” says Stahmer, “It’s perfect for busy mums.”
Sometimes, it's easy to only see the bad stuff, and gloss over the good stuff. But, sometimes, it's just taking a different view of the bad stuff, that opens up a new way of thinking.
The launch of LeapFrog Retail comes after noticing a gap in the market and eight years of meticulous research, development and testing. Making the right decision requires the right information and LeapFrog Retail is making this possible with a scientific approach that reveals vital new insights for retailers to unlock their hidden sales, profit potential and productivity.
I once gave some sage advice to a friend. Even if I do say so myself. He was about to embark on, what many people thought to be, a crazy adventure. He had sold everything he owned and was moving to China, for no other reason than he wanted to. He asked me if this was normal.
Cowards & Giants - it sounds like just another week in Australian talkback radio. But, it's not. It's an idea for a story for children, developed by two mates, Mat and Tom. The idea is to use the power of the internet to create a movie.
The Bamboo Bubby Bag has become a practical and popular choice among parents worldwide, minimising damage caused by scratching from eczema, dermatitis and even chicken pox as well as stopping thumb sucking and even helping babies who would wake from cold hands. Eczema is a particularly unpleasant condition that is quite common in infants, and can continue into adulthood. The condition, also called atopic dermatitis, can cause painful blisters, dry sky, redness, inflammation, and leather-like patches on the skin. Especially with the case of young children, eczema can be very frustrating for baby and mother alike.