Sydney, NSW


App studio is Hungry for Subway deal

3:09PM | Wednesday, 21 March 2012 |  The team behind Brisbane start-up Hungry Apps is heading to the United States to promote their products, including an app for Subway, after receiving funds from tech entrepreneur Stephen Baxter.

Sydney co-working hub Huddle Spaces launches, targets service start-ups

3:00AM | Thursday, 15 March 2012 |  Huddle Spaces, a new co-working space in central Sydney, has been launched with the promise of introducing the kind of creative prototyping of service-based ideas as is currently applied to products.

Digging for start-up gold

3:27PM | Tuesday, 6 March 2012 |  Many start-ups have wondered how they can catch the eye of a leading investor, such as Mark Carnegie. So we spoke to Carnegie to find out. BY OLIVER MILMAN.

Get your customers to shout “bula” with a smile

3:51PM | Monday, 5 March 2012 |  The Royal Davui Island Resort in Fiji has mastered the art of customer service. Here are five ways they get their customers shouting “bula” with a smile. BY JO BURSTON.

Innovation Bay looks to tap into growing Brisbane start-up scene

3:56PM | Thursday, 1 March 2012 |  Innovation Bay, the network that budding entrepreneurs to pitch directly to investors, has expanded to Brisbane, pointing to surging activity among the Queensland capital’s start-up community.

Harbouring a new start-up scene

2:58PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 |  Sydney may have suffered from a series of setbacks in recent years, but the hometown of Startmate and PushStart remains a heavy hitter in the start-up world. BY OLIVER MILMAN.

Cofounder Speed Date comes to Melbourne

2:34PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 |  Cofounder Speed Date has teamed up with AngelCube to bring the co-founder matchmaking event to Melbourne, but insists participants don’t need to have a start-up idea to attend.

Retail tenancy code struggles to win support of big landlords

2:25PM | Tuesday, 28 February 2012 |  The Franchise Council of Australia will tomorrow discuss a voluntary code of conduct for retail landlords and tenants, but the Shopping Centre Council is strongly opposed to the idea.