How I did it
Shortly after launching a startup that aimed to help men buy gifts for women, Phoebe Adams’ team realised there was a problem.
Ritesh Patel has been awake for nearly 24 hours when he answers the phone. It’s fast approaching 2am in London, but he’s still hard at work.
Inter-business messaging service Konnective has grown by 50% this year and now has over 30,000 users as it looks to expand rapidly outside of Australia.
Palette, a Melbourne startup which successfully crowdfunded its colour-capturing Cube last year, has raised $1 million to add staff, and support its retail strategy.
It took online wine retailer Vinomofo a number of iterations before they settled on a customer acquisition strategy the team felt was working best.
Australian logistics platform startup Swift has closed a $US675,000 angel round to accelerate product development in the Asia-Pacific region and continue its expansion in the US.
Australian geospatial startup Takor has been operating for nearly seven years now and CEO Amir Farhand says he’s yet to lose one employee.
Queensland-based online security startup CryptoPhoto has received an exclusive place in the TCS Co-Innovation Network after being selected from six other tech solution companies at a forum in Sydney last week.
After refusing to sell a single share in Freelancer’s IPO Matt Barrie has finally sold some of his prized equity in the company he founded.
An avid bushwalker’s conservation mapping startup has helped to nearly double the ACT’s rare plant records, with a new app now allowing the platform to expand across Australia.
Entrepreneurship: It’s a field shrouded by inspirational quotes about reaching further, going where no one has gone before, and daring to make a difference. The reality is a bit different.
Lessons in entrepreneurial thinking from the US business using 3D scanners to shake up men’s fashion.
A chance meeting and 400% year-on-year growth has helped real estate agent comparison startup OpenAgent.com.au close a $6 million funding round.
Australian millionaires are more likely to invest their wealth in property assets than their international counterparts.
It's the stuff that makes you look good, and your life and job easier, that really matters when it comes to technology.
About halfway through the 2014 AngelCube program, Sam Lee and Mark Robinson realised their startup idea wasn’t viable.
Working in a startup can be harsh, fast paced and often extremely chaotic. Nothing is certain. So what is it that attracts us to startups?
Parse founder Tikhon Bernstam on Silicon Valley investors being scared of Australia and why bootstrapping is underrated12:48AM | Wednesday, 10 December 2014 | Kye White
A lot of Silicon Valley investors believe good deals will come to them, which leads them to missing out on good deals outside of the United States, and contributes to Australia’s venture capital problem.
One night at a domain name conference I bought a domain name for $2000. It changed the direction my business was heading – in a good way.
Sailr, developed by brother and sister duo Naomi Feiglin, 19, and Nathan Feiglin, 16, plans to be a more social and mobile-friendly version of eBay.