How I did it
At the ceremony in Melbourne yesterday, May spoke of ho she refused to let scepticism of those around her get in the way of her dreams.
“It was about being respectful of the amount of integrity required and the amount of trust we need to engender.”
Fintech Melbourne is now Australia's largest fintech community, but it hasn't been easy getting there...
Lucas Lovell was studying in the foothills of the French Alps when he first conceived his startup.
Reji Eapen's life changed when a young boy on the bus turned to his mother and asked for pocket money.
Bureaucracy and lack of control led Andrew Lai to make the leap from cushy corporate job to the startup world.
It was a desire to back his own ideas and be directly responsible for a company’s success and failures that led Alex Molloy to make the great leap of faith into the startup world.
Carparkit founder Nick Russell called upon mentors outside his area of expertise to assist in the development process.
Tech-savvy foodies descended on Sydney this weekend for a two-day hackathon dedicated to all things edible.
Brandon Reynolds was 19 and thought he had a billion dollar idea, so he emailed the entire BRW rich list.
9gag CEO Ray Chan doesn’t really believe in marketing.
A simple idea Andrew Hyde thought up over a few beers with friends has spread to so many countries around the world that he can’t even name them all.
Maestrano co-founder Stephane Ibos on the progress his startup has made since closing a $1.5 million funding round last year.
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The founders of Aussie crowdfunding success story Flow Hive have spoken out about the difficulties associated with suddenly running a multi-million business overnight and dealing with the pressure of meeting deadlines and customer expectations.
Blown away by the internet, Meltwater founder Jorn Lyseggen planned to build the world's smallest software company. Things turned out differently.
The founder of a New Zealand startup now operating in 14 countries says the secret to his success was focusing on building a world-class product.
App pioneer Cody Bunea says companies and startups need to stop treating every aspect of customer engagement separately and start approaching it all as a cohesive whole.
With fans including Sir Richard Branson, Best-selling author Bradley Trevor Grieve, and a social media following of over 100,000, Lisa’s vision is to build a community of likeminded people who want to change the world.
When everyone tells you to “just give it a go,” and you do, no one can ever tell you what your day-to-day life will soon entail.
Richard Eastes grew car rental comparison website, VroomVroomVroom from his bedroom at his parents' house into a $2m EBIT business. Now he's back with a new startup.