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Don’t just sunbathe, turn your dream business into a reality this summer

How long have you been mulling over that business idea of yours? Months? Years? Are you finally ready to see it come alive? Well...

Three steps to finding a million-dollar business idea. But, that’s just the start

Just like a farmer needs healthy seeds before he can start a farm, an entrepreneur too needs a healthy business idea before he can...

The entrepreneur’s dilemma: go it alone or, team up with a co-founder?

There is an African proverb that goes, “Alone we go fast, but together we go far”. You remember the movie The Social Network, right? How...

Behold! These are the five hurdles between you and your start-up… and how to...

Are you one of the millions of Australian ‘suits’ stuck in a mundane 9-5 office routine? Are you the corporate employee looking for a...

Lose your office suit for a black belt in start-up entrepreneurship judo

Are you a corporate employee with entrepreneurial aspirations? Well then, this should be of interest to you. Start-up incubator program Corporate to Freedom will...

Paul Graham plays match-maker for you and your love-of-my-life business idea

There’s no hiding away from the fact that finding a great idea is important. You can deny it all you want but it won’t...

The three keys to unlocking an entrepreneur’s mindset of success

What do you think is the reason behind the success of the most successful people around the world? Financial background? Education? Successful family maybe?...

Want to start a business while you phase out of your corporate day-job? Well,...

Want to start a business while you phase out of your corporate day-job? Perhaps you’ve already read a few books on the subject? Gobbled...
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Most homepages dedicate too much of their valuable space to predictable and generally unhelpful information, such as the purpose of the business, their products and services, their achievements and needy invitations to ‘buy, buy, buy’ or ‘contact us for a free consultation on no obligation quote’. Effective homepages focus on the needs and wants of the customer.

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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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