Nathan Murphy, a young entrepreneur who was homeless on the streets of Darwin just a few years ago, is set to embark upon a month-long trip of the US after setting up meetings with investors to pitch his start-up EyeCrowd.
Figures released this week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics illustrate what many budding entrepreneurs have long suspected – conditions aren’t all rosy for new businesses.
Wisdom, as they say, comes with age. But when it comes to starting up, the lessons not only come thick and fast, they also come early.
Nathan Murphy is gearing up to launch Audio High School in July, following six months of intensive planning.