How I did it



Atlassian doubles revenue despite no sales staff

1:45PM | Wednesday, 18 January 2012 | Michelle Hammond

Australian software giant Atlassian has revealed it doesn’t employ salespeople among its 450-strong workforce, but has still managed to almost double its revenue over the past 18 months.

Women 2.0 unveils finalists for PITCH Startup Comp

1:44PM | Monday, 16 January 2012 | Michelle Hammond

Entrepreneurial network Women 2.0 has unveiled this year’s finalists of the Women 2.0 PITCH Startup Competition, including a shopping Q&A platform and a social app for college students.

Clean tech investment grows as local firms taste success

1:02PM | Tuesday, 10 January 2012 | Michelle Hammond

Investments in clean tech companies grew 13% to $8.99 billion in 2011, according to the Cleantech Group, with Australian companies starting to make their mark on the global market.

Aussie start-up receives $40k from Start-up Chile

1:46PM | Friday, 6 January 2012 | Michelle Hammond

Australian start-up Immortal Outdoors will receive $40,000 to do business in Chile for six months, after being selected to participate in worldwide acceleration program Start-up Chile.

Pre-launch start-up supporter360 lands multimillion dollar clients

1:06PM | Thursday, 5 January 2012 | Michelle Hammond

A new Australian cloud-based platform called supporter360 has already been snapped up by organisations with a combined income of $500 million, despite still being in its pre-launch phase.