Those 'early hits' are a great way to confirm your business idea was a good thing.
The program includes $10,000 and expert support in sales and marketing.
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Here's some tips from Aussie start-up success stories.
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Would you expect the heart of New York's thriving startup scene to be in Poughkeepsie, where 15 million people every day don't congregate?
The 'suit and tie' financial centre is largely at odds with the startup mentality.
The 100% cardboard festival tent designed by the Dutch startup KarTent will be landing in Australia at Yours and Owls festival in Wollongong NSW this September. The eco-friendly alternative to traditional camping accommodation was introduced in the Netherlands in 2015 and rapidly crossed the border to most Western-European countries the following year. Full of momentum after receiving the prestigious Red Dot Design award in March 2017, KarTent is excited to see how Aussies adopt their revolutionary festival accommodation solution.
Grit, hustle and a stable income: welcome to the entrepreneurial life.
"When I came out of it, I had purpose in life."
There's more to it than being whip smart.
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From beloved bloggers to social media high-fliers.
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All it takes is three talented entrepreneurs and one big idea.
And here's a tip, pictures of baby goats do pretty well.
It’s time to hustle. Side hustle.
Because the jobs we have today could disappear in the near future.
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'Cos we all just wanna get paid, right?
It all starts with a genius idea.
Entrants used technology to help disadvantaged Australians.
And which party they reckon has the goods.
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Time to brush up on your cyber security protocols.
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While there is much joy to be found in four weeks annual leave, loving your job has never been cooler. We know this from the countless motivational quotes that flood our Instagram feed: “Be the energ...
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Australians are ready and willing to kick 9 to 5 jobs to the curb and embrace a whole new way of working. They’re increasingly seeking job share arrangements, the option to work-from-home or simply t...
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There’s a new breed of entrepreneur that believes you need to suspend the need to know everything before you make a move -- whether it be a new business, a relationship or a crazy idea. It’s a twist o...
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Business leaders are lukewarm over the Turnbull Government’s new crowdfunding Bill which has passed the House of Representatives, with some saying it’s a first step for small business and startups but...
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Startups are fun. They're full of promise, exciting new learning curves and your days are spent dodging expensive courses online while highly talented people sell systems and software that slowly eat...
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The federal government has launched its first innovative 'Landing Pad' for Australians in San Francisco. Designed to help entrepreneurs bring their ideas to the US market and build high-growth enterpr...
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It is universally understood that startup founders, drunk on big dreams and dulled by the daily grind, can be blind to business risk.
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There are two kinds of people in the world -- people who see a problem and complain about it, and those who see a problem and try to find a solution. Taryn Williams is definitely the latter. The Sydne...
Anita Loughran is winning at life. Not only has the Melbourne entrepreneur established her dream business, but along the way she’s rescued 14 homeless cats and kittens from an uncertain fate, and ever...
Sometimes an idea is so big, it’s impossible to get it off the ground. And even with his philanthropic aims, Daniel Flynn knew if he was really going to make a difference, he had to start small -- and...
CANBERRA -- Australia’s startup business sector has described the Turnbull Government’s four year $1.1 billion dollar Innovation Statement as “not perfect,” but still a “game changer” for the nation....
CANBERRA -- Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has accused the Government of squandering two years of policy development as he launched an innovation plan to invest more money in new business startups and...
CANBERRA – Australia’s growing games industry knows about competing and winning. It is in its DNA. Now Liberal MP Dan Tehan has proposed the local industry, which produced the international successes...