10:20PM | Tuesday, 18 October 2011 | Swinburne University ran a workshop to teach its international students the logic of Australian humour, highlighting the level of interest in quirkier aspects of Australian culture.
5:00AM | Wednesday, 16 May 2012 | People ask questions all the time on Twitter. If you help even one person a day, you’ll quickly get a reputation as an expert in your field.
1:02PM | Wednesday, 4 January 2012 | The idea of Australia having a “two speed” economy has become so entrenched that it’s easy to overlook the less visible, but yet significant, factors at play among the nation’s start-ups. BY OLIVER MILMAN.
1:20PM | Tuesday, 3 January 2012 | Australian start-ups have been given the chance to gain access to some of the sharpest business minds in the US, with Stanford University offering free online courses on entrepreneurship.
12:44PM | Monday, 12 December 2011 | Start-ups in the United States will gain increased access to capital and resources, after US President Barack Obama announced a $2 billion package to aid budding entrepreneurs.
10:08PM | Friday, 28 October 2011 | Launching a new concept in an unfamiliar industry often requires a thick skin, particularly if you plan on franchising your business from the get-go. As entrepreneur Nathan Cuneen found out while launching Blow Dry Bar.
10:24PM | Wednesday, 19 October 2011 | Eighty percent of entrepreneurs believe governments should improve access to funding, a new report reveals, while 70% say students should follow specific entrepreneurial training.
10:35PM | Tuesday, 18 October 2011 | A Silicon Valley training and networking program for entrepreneurs is to extend to Australia, promising to help nurture start-ups with the aid of mentors from around the world.
10:38PM | Friday, 7 October 2011 | A new report reveals more than half the population believe Australia’s customer service levels have declined in the past five years, with young retail workers identified as the main culprits.
10:13PM | Friday, 7 October 2011 | Being temporarily dis-engaged from your parents as a teenager might not sound like the ideal background for a successful entrepreneur. But for Yvette Adams, it was a reality that she managed to turn into an innovative start-up business.