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Cofounder James MacGregor says wait until you’re happy with your product and have proven traction before seeking initial funding.
You need sales to survive, but you can't afford to let it be your only focus.
Startups operating in the sharing economy are increasingly looking to combat growing security concerns.
Though 85% of those Australians surveyed had a positive attitude toward entrepreneurship.
I've learnt many lessons from leaving my family's business for the online startup world.
Australia’s two biggest startup success stories have one important thing in common.
The founder says it’s important to showcase role models and help guide young female startup founders through the various challenges to ensure gender equality in tech is reached.
As a startup, be prepared to go through at least a hundred meetings in a bid to land your first term-sheet.
With the inescapable reality that most startups will fail, it’s encouraging that many successful entrepreneurs around the world are advocating the importance of learning from mistakes.
It doesn't matter if you are pitching an idea, promoting a product or delivering a service, to make a sale your customer needs to believe in you.
Target the big boys and give your product away: South Park-inspired tips for startups from Larry Lieberman10:54PM | Wednesday, 7 October 2015 | Denham Sadler
Prominent US tech CMO, entrepreneur and investor Larry Lieberman says he’s learned everything he knows from South Park.
Mobile app developers and businesses need to stop focusing on downloads as a measure of success and instead build something that people will want to use repeatedly.
What gets measured gets improved. And there’s a lot to measure in the mobile space.
Australian startups need to embrace the wealth of opportunities on the enterprise side of business, muru-D co-founder Annie Parker says.
Moonshots are about solving real-world issues on Earth, not trying to get to Mars.
With submissions closing September 30, here's why you should apply for Startmate 2016.
Great salesmanship can land not only your first customer but also your first investor.
There is a hackathon held almost every other weekend in Australia now, and most follow the same formula.
Besides delivering work, hiring staff and managing clients' expectations, every business bears the responsibility of bringing in new business.
Tactical moves on the chessboard are sometimes obvious but long-term strategy determines the winner.