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The proposed project will cost around 114 billion dollars, but the connectedness that the completion of the proposed High Speed Rail Network for entrepreneurs across the east coast of Australia would be priceless.
There’s nothing worse than attending a disorganised event and witnessing the hosts run around looking flustered. In an effort to bring cringe-worthy events to an end, Eventbrite, the global online events marketplace, has just announced the launch of Event Academy, a free online educational resource for anyone looking to organise an event, large or small.
Let’s be honest, we could have a sledging match all day about Foxtel and the archaic way in which the monopoly stance they have taken in their signing of deals with networks such as HBO, are limiting choice of consumers. As a generation we don’t like these rules and we are not backwards in making it known.
In an effort to mitigate the issues faced by Australia’s fashion industry, Dorry Kordahi, Managing Director of DKM Blue, decided to leverage his business in China to create a manufacturing plant which will focus solely on smaller orders – as little as 50 units at a time.
Silk Road, contrary to mainstream communication is still alive and well and business is booming. Startup Daily conducted an investigation recently to try and uncover how these Darknet innovators worked within Australia and how exactly the “goods” made their way into customers’ hands undetected domestically.
A new research undertaken by People’s Choice Credit Union reveals that a majority of Australians find bank advertisements confusing, and even actively misleading.
The Sydney chapter of the Founder Council is again facing criticism off the back of their latest event, a breakfast that was meant to be held a local cafe based on Harris street in Ultimo.
Google has today announced the launch of Google My Business – a new service that connects businesses with customers, while simplifying all the processes associated with acquiring and managing customers.
It’s been happening at least since April 2013; it appeared on Scam Watch; and a number of internet hosting providers have reached out to their customers, over the last 12 months, to let them know about it. Australian company Domain Register Pty Ltd are known for their very dodgy, but some would say very successful inbound revenue generating campaigns.
The founders of Atlassian, a 14-year-old Australian-founded maker of enterprise software, were quick to publicly apologise after one of the company’s engineers made sexist remarks in his presentation at the AtlasCamp developer conference in Berlin, Germany.
To address the fragmentation of the global startup community, entrepreneurs Eli David and Roderick Warren have built a free resource – StartupBlink. This Thursday marks the launch of this interactive global map for startups, which will provide information on 60,000+ startups.
If there is one thing to be said about the team behind creative network startup The Loop, it’s that their Media and PR game is strong. Last Wednesday, the company issued a press release announcing that co-founder and former CEO of The Loop Australia Pip Jamieson would be departing from the Australian company, for good.
If you’re seeking funding for your startup AND you’re a hardcore footy fan, Kogan’s latest competition (slash marketing campaign) may be of interest. The ecommerce giant is giving away $1 million dollars in cold, hard cash to anyone who correctly predicts the results of the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Yesterday, Moodswing announced a pivot – motivated by over 5,000 ‘sad’, ‘depressed’ and ‘suicidal’ moods posted by its users over the past few months. The startup, formerly a social network, is set to become an emotional well-being app and has kickstarted its crowdfunding campaign on Pozible to make that happen.
Game development company specialising in real-life shooter experiences, IRL Shooter, has just broken its own record as the most pledged campaign in the history of Pozible – receiving more than AUD$250,000 for its latest game ‘Lazarus’.