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The crowdfunding industry in Australia just got the required equity shot in the arm

The Australian banking “cartel” has been the thorn in the SME’s side. Now that financial disruption is on the front page it will be interesting to see what happens with Apple Pay and the banking cartel.

This crowdfunding campaign aims to make Sydney the Silicon Valley of APAC by 2023

TechSydney is a not-for-profit enterprise led by some of Australia’s most successful and influential entrepreneurs and innovators who have a mutual determination to see Sydney boom onto the global tech stage.

Many Hands wants to help you do good the next time you buy art

Many Hands wants to help you do good the next time you buy art. With more social enterprises appearing on the scene, it seems like...

Will this become Australia’s first road-legal sports car powered entirely by the sun? [VIDEO]

Sunswift, a team of about 50 university students at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), build and race solar cars. The eVe is the...

Pozible’s smashing China debut underlines Asia push

So who didn’t see this coming? Still, Pozible may have surprised itself with the speed and scale of its success as Gyenno One, maker of a smart wristband, met its targeted 10,000 yuan within a minute of its launch.

Pozible announces 20 million reasons to say thank you to amazing projects and pledge...

Almost four years after Pozible was launched by Alan Crabbe and Rick Chen, as a boot-strapped startup, the crowdfunding platform has reached a milestone:...

Crowdfunding? Now it’s Pozible to manage your own campaign

You can have your cake and eat it, too. That is as far as crowdfunding is concerned, thanks to Pozible’s idea to let fund-raisers shape their own campaign on their own choice set of websites, instead of being tied to the crowdfunding platform’s single website.

You hear ‘no’ a thousand times – why creating a film is just like...

Lights, camera, action! Who doesn't love to hear that those famous words are coming to their neighbourhood? That's exactly what David Ludlow is planning to do...

It’s like a bookend for your beer. It’s what every fridge needs

Zac Martin, an advertising professional betting on the Aussie’s love for beer and the fridge’s unfriendly disposition to bottles, has just set out to raise $17,500 on the crowdfunding site Pozible in order to commercially make ‘beer-ends’ that help stack more beer bottles in a fridge.

Hungry mouths and generous souls fund food truck location aggregator

The Samaritan site, if you will, just raised $11,000 via crowdfunding site Pozible, thanks perhaps to generous souls and hungry mouths. Unlike many crowfunding projects, donors to WhereTheTruck get nothing other than the assurance of quickly finding the trucks they want, and the promise to build an iPhone app.

Mumpreneur reaches funding goal, brings safe nail polish to the lil ones!

An Adelaide-base startup has taken its product to Pozible and successfully raised enough funds to generate a safe, non-toxic range of nail polishes for children. Ending its pitch, over subscribed, Pure Poppet has harnessed the power of crowd funding to make an idea a reality.

Arts crowd-funding platform Pozible hits $1 million pledges, and shares 11 tips to crowd-funding...

Way back in June, we introduced you to Pozible, a newish online platform sharing the crowd-funding love with Australia’s arts industry. Just five wee months later, founders Rick Chen and Alan Crabbe have reached a cool $1 million in pledges. Here are Pozible’s 11 tips to crowd-funding success.

Will crowd-funding save the Australian arts industry? Anything’s Pozible…

Crowd-funding, while nothing new globally, is still in its infancy in Oz. Provided it can remain on the good side of Australia’s consumer protection laws, it has the potential to go gangbusters in traditionally underfunded segments, like the arts.
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The Facebook Honey Trap with James Tuckerman [CHEAT SHEET]

This cheat sheet was developed to help small business operators harness the incomparable (and undeniable) potency of Facebook to recruit fans, spread the word, and (most importantly) generate inbound business.


5 Ways to get more out of your coffee shop meetings...

Far too much time is wasted in coffee shop meetings. More often than not, the conversation falls off topic, interruptions cause distractions and, before you know it, the meeting is over and you’ve achieved nothing. That’s what Antony Gaddie calls a Coffee and Doughnut meeting. You get a coffee and… zero. He’s the founder of Green Ant Marketing and he shared with us (over coffee) five things that you can do to help you make the most of your coffee shop meetings.


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...