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Commercial Ready scrapped. Time for a ‘flash’ protest?

Have you ever heard of a 'flash protest'? It's similar to a 'flash mob,' where a group engages in seemingly spontaneous but actually synchronised...

BRW hosts tribute to Anthill?

The high number of phone calls and text messages sent my way in the early hours of this morning had me quite panicked. What had...

Debbie does… car loans?!

Not so long ago, I was visiting a fairly mainstream website (owned by one of Australia's larger media companies) when a banner ad popped...

Startup School 08

On 19 April, over 650 tech entrepreneurs and students attended the fourth annual free Startup School, held at Stanford University in California. The event,...

Do you see the world differently?

It's often said that entrepreneurs see the world differently. It has been observed that entrepreneurs have a higher tolerance for risk. They are also...

Do you have a business disaster story you'd like to share?

Around this time last year, I dedicated my editor's note (in the print edition of Anthill Magazine) to the re-telling of one of Anthill's...

Do you have a business disaster story you’d like to share?

Around this time last year, I dedicated my editor's note (in the print edition of Anthill Magazine) to the re-telling of one of Anthill's...

The Bulletin get bought

The inevitable has occurred. Some smart publisher has bought The Bulletin. Sadly, it wasn't me. Sydney Funds Manager Peter Hall is the new owner. He also...

How Anthill revived The Bulletin (kinda)

If you haven’t guessed already, we love to write about cheeky and provocative companies. But we rarely get the opportunity to talk about our...

Look who’s entered 30under30

Like many growing businesses, technology is our greatest friend. But it can also be the cause of enormous frustration. You may have already noticed that...

Look who's entered 30under30

Like many growing businesses, technology is our greatest friend. But it can also be the cause of enormous frustration. You may have already noticed that...

A guide to business development 2.0

Over the past five years, Anthill has made a point of writing about new and effective ways of conducting business. The underlying message has...

Anthill’s unscientific guide to magazine advertising

We like to think that we know a thing or two about business magazines. (We read a lot!) I recently entered a heated debate...

Anthill's unscientific guide to magazine advertising

We like to think that we know a thing or two about business magazines. (We read a lot!) I recently entered a heated debate...

So, you want to be a cover model?

If this sounds like you, we may have just furthered your ambitions. When asked to create a cover about the power of crowds, Anthill designer...

15 unfortunately placed ads

We’re fans of the site Ads of the world, which tracks the most innovative and witty advertising across all mediums. If you are at...

Unusual business card designs

If you’ve ever seen the movie American Psycho (based on Brett Easton Ellis’s extremely dark novel), you will surely remember the “business card” scene...

Ant Bytes — AA27

CREATIVE ESPRESSO By Stephen Sammartino ************* ANT BYTES Something in the air The irrepressible imagination of regular Anthill contributor and rentoid.com founder Steve Sammartino has borne yet more fruit....

HEMA – More than greets the eye

We recently stumbled on an acute example of just how appealing (and viral) a creatively designed shopping website can be. Dutch Company HEMA presents what at first glance appears to be a conventional ‘shop window’ product catalogue. But wait a few second and watch the magic kick in.

Did you get your say at Senator Carr’s Innovation Review?

In the cover story of Anthill's launch Edition, way back in 2003, we posed the question, "Who's carrying Australian Innovation." Five year's later, we have...
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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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