Yesterday over 250 Entrepreneurs, Tech Geeks and Investors attended the TechConnect 2012 event that was held by Slattery IT. The whole success of the event relies on the support from Australia’s entrepreneurial community – with top their founders and business owners etc give up their time and come and share their experiences in tech with the audience.
Developed by 28-year-old entrepreneur Lisa Nouh, the idea for Tuffys and Tuffetts was born in 2009 following the closure of Bonds’ Australian manufacturing operations. With the help of her mother, an ex-Bonds supervisor, Lisa purchased a number of ex-Bonds sewing machines and set about designing the men’s and women’s ranges.
Behind every success there is a story and Creswell’s is one of determination and resilience. A part time role with a small muesli company led to her purchasing the company off the owners when it was about to close, along with a business partner. The entire transaction cost Creswell $1000 and instantly transitioned her from employee to business owner.
Australia’s first Social Gifting Platform delivers real gifts to your friends smart phones virtually.
A team of University of New South Wales students have been chosen to attend the finals of the LES Foundation competition; a prestigious competition globally.
This year Australian Company, Bubble Gum Interactive were honoured twice in both the Games and Youth Categories for their game “Little Space Heroes”. To get named twice is kind of a big deal for Bubble Gum Interactive and the Aussie Internet and Gaming industry, given Little Space Heroes only came out of beta production three months prior and is already being recognised alongside offerings from companies like Disney and the Cartoon Network.