It was a 12-month journey from idea to market launch for GOthat, founded by best friends Belinda York and Della Pin.
Well, the non-ratings season is upon us. You can tell by the fact that any TV not tuned to the cricket is endlessly showing infomercials thinly disguised as “home repairs shows” or the repeats of “gritty” Australian dramas that are so brilliant that no one bothered watching a decade ago.
Regardless of the economic turmoil the US has undergone in the past four years, America remains a prized destination for many Australian entrepreneurs.
You probably heard about the PR clanger that Google dropped last week.
For Australian start-ups dreaming of making it big in the US, the transition time from launching to jumping on a pan-Pacific flight seems to be getting quicker and quicker.
Sydney start-up Klick Communications is embarking upon an audacious foray into the US market, setting up shop in Los Angeles with the aim of luring tech start-up clients.
Before I first started working on the SEO for the OZHut group of stores, I had contacted a few SEO companies out there at the time to see how much they wanted to charge and what sort of methodology they employed.
All start-ups should ensure costs don’t run out of control, but when you operate in a cutthroat industry such as modelling, you can’t afford to skimp on much if your business is to grow.
Just two weeks ago, Airbnb appeared to be on an unstoppable rise to the top. The business had expanded internationally, including Australia, and had raised $112 million in funding.
A boutique tech company has won an innovation award at this year’s Australian Business Awards for its rapid development of mobile applications, just two weeks after winning a similar award at the NSW State iAwards.