First-time Tech Entrepreneur

First-time Tech Entrepreneur

Rebekah Campbell is a music industry entrepreneur. She started out by organising a music festival to raise awareness of New Zealand’s youth suicide epidemic at the age of 19. In 2008, Rebekah came up with the idea for Posse.com whilst promoting a tour for Evermore. Rebekah raised over $3 million from investors Australia and Silicon Valley to kick-start the business. Posse.com launched in music in 2012 and in retail in 2012, with plans to expand to the United States later this year.


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Five changes that would boost female-led start-ups

In several key sectors, including IT and finance, female entrepreneurs remain sorely under-represented. Here are five changes that could reverse the situation. BY MICHELLE HAMMOND.

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Five social media stuff-ups you need to avoid

Social media is a great communications and marketing tool – but you must be careful about how you use it. Here are five classic errors by business and how to avoid them. BY OLIVER MILMAN.

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Seven top tips to help make your business ‘lucky’

Highly successful people tend to create their own luck. If you’re about to start-up, here are seven ways to guarantee good luck in business – without needing a four-leaf clover. BY MARC PESKETT.

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Got investment? Now for the real hard work

Securing finance for your business is a major milestone. But it’s also the point at which you have to start worrying about your investors. BY MAHESH SHARMA.

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Five start-ups that are tackling life’s annoying problems

Everyday annoyances can be great places to find inspiration for a new business. Here are five great examples of start-ups that are cashing in by solving common problems. BY OLIVER MILMAN.


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Inbound marketing 101 for start-ups
Are you new to the world of inbound marketing? Here’s a guide to get you up to speed on the basics. BY ADAM FRANKLIN.

Start-up Profiles

Jack Johnson helps entrepreneurs Beat the Q
After an incident in the takeaway food queue at a Jack Johnson concert, Adam Theobald and Scott Player co-founded Beat the Q, which allows customers to pre-order and pay for their snacks using their smartphones.

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New safety app for women offers another lifeline

Violent crimes and sexual predators are a growing concern in our community. Now a new app can help to keep you safe by instantly contacting your friends or family members if you’re ever attacked.

News

Greg Ellis, the chief executive of realestate.com.au owner REA Group, has invested in Sydney tech start-up Housl, ahead of an ambitious expansion plan for the new venture.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard is facing increasing divisions within caucus over 457 visas, including accusations of xenophobia from some of her MPs.
US-based retail giant Target Corporation will launch its Target Retail Accelerator tomorrow to coincide with the 2013 South by Southwest festival, where developers will vie for cash prizes.
A Sydney-based entrepreneur has launched a Small Business Ideas Exchange Centre in a bid to help other Sydney small business owners share information, host and attend events, and network.
The co-founder of Perth-based start-up Floq is hoping to raise up to $1 million from US investors after being selected as one of 25 start-ups for this year’s Advance Innovation Program.

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Redecorate your office in your company colours
In recent days, paintbrushes and several tins of paint have been spotted in the general vicinity of Taskmaster Towers – and there’s a good reason why.

Tech Tricks

Check storage in individual iOS apps
Using too much storage on your iPhone? Here's a way to check how much of your memory each individual app is using.

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The Dick ad the censors didn’t like


Entrepreneur Dick Smith caused a stir this week when his Australia Day-themed ad was deemed unsuitable for early evening TV viewers. Judge for yourself – is this just too much Dick?

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