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Phillip Kingston, 2011 Anthill 30under30 Winner

Phillip Kingston wears many hats -- software programmer, company director, board member, published author and business tip dispatcher -- but it's his role with Kingston Development that brings him global acclaim. In operation since 2008, Kingston Development is a software development and management consultancy firm that provides organisations with new strategies for connecting with users and customers online.

Nine Commandments for Tech Startups in Australia

I've recently been involved in the launch of a new tech start-up addressing a very small but noticeable hole in the Australian IT recruitment offering. Cramped up on a plane while EasyJetting from Geneva to Edinburgh, I wanted to share how we identified and then addressed what I consider the nine biggest ‘opportunities for improvement’ for tech start-ups.

An identity crisis is exactly what the Australian entrepreneurial community needs

Over a coffee last week, I was asked to provide a snapshot of the current state of the entrepreneurial scene in Australia to a returning entrepreneur. I outlined a number of structural matters that I believe affect the depth of the Australian entrepreneurial community. As I fly now, London-bound, having watched one too many Glee episodes, I am fully charged with the confidence to express these feelings publicly.

Phillip Kingston, 2009 Anthill 30under30 winner

A serial entrepreneur at only 24, Phillip Kingston is the embodiment of drive and ambition, spurned on by a desire to prove his sceptics wrong. With 3 start-ups under his belt while at university his current success story, Kingston development, is taking the Australian software and website development industry by storm.
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Five ways to manage your time by managing yourself, with Helen...

Finding the time to tackle everything is one of the greatest challenges faced by business owners. To help time-starved business owners work smarter and not harder, we spoke with Helen Ebdon. The director of Affirming Business and Executive Coaching, she’s a serial entrepreneur who started her first business at age 25. She’s built and run direct marketing and communications businesses and she’s also the creator of the Take 15 Program for business effectiveness.


How to expand into New Markets with Elsita Meyer-Brandt [CHEAT SHEET]

Most organisations begin with aspirations to start local, then grow global. But, in reality, very few ever take the big leap into new markets. In this Cheat Sheet, Elsita Meyer-Brandt, Head of Market Expansion and International Marketing for Eventbrite, shares five rules to help organisations, just like yours, expand into new markets.


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...