Business advice and education
The world is competing for the best and brightest minds, so if Australia wants to attract and retain the best then we have to work it.
You can avoid sticky situations in the future if you have a proper contract with a vesting provision.
“People are more inclined to do business with you if they genuinely like and enjoy your company.”
With customers bombarded with so many brands and advertisements each day it’s your job to make your marketing messages more persuasive.
Founders need to be thinking about an exit for their startup “from the get go” to ensure it reaches its full potential.
How do you relax and keep up your motivation at the same time heading into the new year?
At Shippitt, we spent almost 12 months worth of countless lunch breaks, all-nighters, weekends and public holidays building our business before we made the leap.
Just like Queen or The Beatles, says Starfish Ventures co-founder, great startups question themselves over big decisions.
Pitching can be nerve wracking, and it’s heartbreaking to watch an entrepreneur with a fantastic business absolutely bomb in their pitch.
High on my wish list is for it to recognise and embrace the pipeline approach to boost startups and innovation in Australia.
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.
Besides delivering work, hiring staff and managing clients' expectations, every business bears the responsibility of bringing in new business.
Customers have the right to expect a certain level of service and value based on the promises made by company.
Certain people reach the level of CEO regardless of experience and education and what's helped them to that position is the valuable relationships they have built over time.
Startup Spring, a three-week nationwide festival aiming to get Australians interested in startups and entrepreneurialism, will be returning for a third year in September.
Edrolo co-founders were very, very green when they started out, but they've learned a lot since then and they're not green anymore.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” So even if your new company has a great strategy, you must nail culture too.