Start-up TV

May 2011

So you want to launch a web start-up?

5:28PM | Friday, 6 May 2011 | By Kate Sallai If you think you’ve created the next Facebook (in stealth mode, naturally) and need others to sign NDAs to talk about it, be prepared for a conversation like this.

April 2011

Tina Fey on entrepreneurship

4:22PM | Friday, 29 April 2011 | By Amelie Mills

Want to be a pretend entrepreneur?

4:49PM | Friday, 15 April 2011 | By Kate Sallai If launching a real life start-up terrifies you, you should check out Startup Fever, a new board game. You can create an imaginary product, poach fictional staff and earn pretend money. The time consumed when you could be planning a real business is, however, very real.

StartupSmart Awards 2011

4:30PM | Monday, 11 April 2011 | By Kate Sallai The StartupSmart Awards 2011 saw some of Australia’s leading start-ups head to Crown in Melbourne to see who had caught the eye of judges. Eight awards were dished out on the night, including the Officeworks Fastest Growing Start-up, which went to Job Capital.

How to start a movement in three minutes

4:11AM | Monday, 4 April 2011 | By Kate Sallai Online entrepreneur Derek Sivers explains why it is followers, not necessarily leaders, who create new movements.

March 2011

Dean McEvoy recounts the rise of Spreets

3:09AM | Monday, 28 March 2011 | By Kate Sallai Spreets founder Dean McEvoy tells The Entourage’s Jack Delosa how he started the group buying site, how he’s taken on a crowded market and his tips for budding start-ups.

Google maps out future of location-based search

3:59PM | Friday, 18 March 2011 | By Kate Sallai Marissa Mayer, vice president of consumer products at Google, talks about the future of location-based search at the SXSW festival.

How to build a business worth $100 million

3:02PM | Friday, 11 March 2011 | By Kate Sallai Creel Price tells Jack Delosa the unusual tale of the start of his business, why over-planning is damaging and how he managed to sell up for $109 million.

Steve Jobs unveils the iPad 2

3:20AM | Friday, 4 March 2011 | By Kate Sallai Perhaps the biggest surprise of the iPad 2 launch was the appearance of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who has been on long-term leave. Here you can watch Jobs’ entire presentation, where he unveils the iPad 2 and gives a status report on the rest of the Apple empire.

February 2011

How does crowdsourced funding work?

2:14PM | Friday, 25 February 2011 | By Kate Sallai Perry Chen, CEO of Kickstarter, talks to TechCrunch TV about how start-ups can utilise crowdsourced funding.