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South Australia is well placed to take a leading role in the clean technology sector, according to New Venture Institute director Matt Salier.
Have you set up your website business but don’t seem to have the sales or conversions you thought you should? Do you wonder what makes people buy from other sites?
Melbourne startup Appster is partnering up with the Department of Education in Tasmania and New Town High School in Hobart to create a new course designed to teach students the foundations of coding and app creation.
New apps are cropping up everywhere. Some businesses are using them to offer goods and services rather than offering their goods and services through a website.
What are you doing with your data? Is it actually helping your startup or is it just sitting in an auto-updating spreadsheet having not been opened for months?
If you are just starting out in business you may not be familiar with the R&D Tax Incentive scheme available from the Australian government. Here's what you need to know.
One of Australia’s first startup incubators will partner with Deloitte in order to provide an accurate snapshot of the local startup ecosystem.
A world-renowned coworking conference will be held in Australia for the first time as part of Vivid Sydney, the southern hemisphere’s largest festival of light, music and ideas.
Being an entrepreneur is serious business. While some seem to thrive under the pressure of growth and competition, others harden, taking their focus off their own businesses to think up ways to sabotage their competitors.
Startup launch and entrepreneur training program The Founder Institute has opened up applications for its first 2015 semesters in Sydney and Melbourne.
Most startup founders hit a point where they need to put a shareholders’ agreement (SHA) in place for their company. And many entrepreneurs are out of their depth without knowing it.
The difference between a good pitch and an average one can see your startup either getting much-needed venture capital or the cold shoulder from investors.
More than 60 high school students took over one of Australia’s largest tech co-working spaces this weekend to learn from industry heavyweights and build a dozen startups over a 48-hour period.
For many, YouTube is little more than a deluge of low-quality videos depicting cats. But it can also be a valuable educational tool.
A 20-year-old entrepreneur from Brisbane will represent Australia at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in Washington.
A note to our future selves: What youthful entrepreneurs the Feiglins have learnt from launching Sailr12:11PM | Wednesday, 17 December 2014 | Nathan and Naomi Feiglin
With every success and failure come new learnings, challenges and experiences.
To help you gear up for a bigger, better year ahead, here are five words to put into action to help boost your marketing in 2015.
There is a lesson for us all in the continuing revelations from stolen Sony emails being splashed over world-wide media.
As another year winds down, close to 50% of Australian workers are considering changing their jobs, according to the Australian Institute of Management.
One of the characteristic features of Massive Open Online Courses is the observation that no matter how many students enroll in a course, only between 5 to 10% of them will ever complete it.