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Ecommerce giant Kogan presents the ‘Entrepreneur Startup Kit’

One of Australia’s most successful ecommerce stores Kogan is now offering the ‘Entrepreneur Startup Kit’ to help budding entrepreneurs with the practicalities of starting a business. The kit includes a black turtleneck, NDA template, 13-inch laptop privacy filter, wireless presentation controller and portable money counter.

Frankly, the kit looks a little empty, but all profits will be donated to Wikimedia Foundation, a non-for-profit organisation dedicated to encouraging the growth, development and distribution of free, multilingual, educational content. 

The Entrepreneur Startup Kit costs $149 and will be delivered to your door within four to six weeks.

But you’re probably better off getting your turtleneck for $5 at Best & Less, an NDA template for $29 at, counting your monies for free at the bank or on your bed, sitting in the hidden corners of a cafe so no-one sees (if they care at all) what you’re doing on your laptop, and getting a wireless presentation controller for as little as $30 online.

This cuts down the price to half, if you feel all those constituent items are necessary. Then again, why not support a good cause and just buy the ready-made kit on Kogan?

It’s unfortunate that items like Eric Ries’ bestseller The Lean Startup, mind-mapping tools, vouchers for iTunes or Google Play apps, and coffee are missing from the kit, among other things that a startup founder may find handy when moonlighting.

If of interest, the kit is available via


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