Anyone who has taken part in a fundraising drive knows the difficulties involved. Consistent problems include how to generate funds, what to sell, finding willing volunteers and when to start again. Imagine if those difficulties are removed and you can start an ongoing, functional fundraising event from the comfort of your desk. Kare Kard allows you to do just that.
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Having dabbled in jewellery design last year, Nicole is a new jewel in the ultra-competitive fashion industry. Alongside her brother Francesco, aka Frankie, she created a men’s t-shirt range several years ago. Thriving on the creativity but lacking the passion for men’s t-shirts, her attention quickly turned to women’s sleepwear after discovering a clear gap in the market.
Paul Lin is has already attracted investors in the form of travel giants Wotif.com and YHA in his new startup Buuna, which does not even launch until August this year. Something tells us though this social network for travellers is something we should be keeping an eye on.
Bargains 4 Business is the brainchild of Sydney-based advertising and media professional Mikel Kew. It is one of the first 5 group buying sites in the market to focus solely on business-to-business sales. Their ultimate aim? To achieve huge savings for their Australia-wide community of business customers, while creating an explosion of new business for their suppliers.
For the past six months Assiere.com has enjoyed bringing readers the latest lingerie trends, advice and news on emerging local and international intimate apparel brands. Recently however, Assiere.com has decided to make the switch from blog to online boutique.
Maroochydore based business man Lachlan Elsworth recently received the phone call of his career: a request to speak at the prestigious National Achievers Congress event alongside some of the biggest business names in the world including Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki and Anthony Robbins in Melbourne last week.