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How did this guy’s bet with a co-worker turn into a successful six-figure business?

Destin Sparks had no interest in photography when he started out as a graphic designer and camera store salesperson. Surrounded by photography and camera...

Every factory production line should be as musical as this at Christmas [VIDEO]

The Alphabet Photography company does two things really well. Firstly, it frames art that is made up of letters of the alphabet, hence the company name. Secondly, it comes up with brilliant Christmas videos as a part of its content marketing strategy. This year's effort is quite delightful.

Simon Moss shifts the focus of photography with crowdsourcing site [VIVID Creative Sydney]

Simon Moss, who co-founded a newly minted company that is tapping into the crowdsourcing phenomenon, offers his insight and personal experience in a talk presented at VIVID Creative Sydney. His enterprise, ImageBrief, aims to turn the stock-photography market on its head.

What types of business will rise and fall in 2011? Is your industry among...

Business information analysts IBISWorld released a list of which Australian industries and sectors will rise and fall in the year of 2011. The organic farming industry is expected to be the number one growthe industry, while wired communications carriers are expected to make the biggest fall.

The Loop (SMART 100)

My business partner, Matt, and I work at MTV, Matt in Digital and me in Marketing. The idea for The Loop was born out of my frustration in finding fresh creative talent - we were overly dependent on word of mouth and incredible people were slipping through the net. On the flip side, Matt, being the digital guy, was constantly being asked by other creatives for advice on the best way to build their own websites to showcase their work online and promote themselves to potential employers. We brought these two frustrations together and The Loop was born.

How to profit from creative passion (the Tom Selby way)

Tom Selby is a photographer. He has been commisioned to shoot by the likes of Vogue Paris and the almuni of his subjects includes such household names as Helena Christensen, Tom Wolfe and Björn Borg. What is unusual and inspiring is that he has managed to profit enormously from his website without the use of any any advertising or sponsorship. In this video he explains how he did it.

Google Maps’ Street View launches in Australia

"Hey, I can see my house from here!" Google Maps, already one of my favourite web services, today became even more useful for Australian...

Google Maps' Street View launches in Australia

"Hey, I can see my house from here!" Google Maps, already one of my favourite web services, today became even more useful for Australian...

Website of the Week: Lost At E Minor

Something a bit different this week. At Anthill, we're keen advocates of great design as a gateway to untapped creativity. We place immense emphasis on...
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