In much the same way that you would use e-lance for things that you need completed in your business, new startup Eventuate will be doing the exact same things for weddings. Brides to be will now be able to place every requirement that they have for their weddings on the one site, and suppliers can then quote making it simple and easy for the bride to choose what she needs in record time.
One of the most painful things both a parent and child can go through, is the day to day struggles of juvenile diabetes. New startup Diabetics Buddy aims to engage diabetic children and educate them on how to take care of themselves properly by integrating educational gaming into their daily routine.
Currently there are over 30,000 YouTube Partners, these people make substantial amounts of money from YouTube having advertising on their videos every month. They have Deep levels of engagement and loyal subscribers. But not many people realise they are losing revenue.
Did you know Australian’s are downloading app more than ever? Founders behind a new fashion app are using these emerging trends to revoluntize the shopping experience.
Andrew Valder is co-founder and partner of the Garage Sale Trail which takes place on the 5th May 2012. Garage Sale Trail is a community commerce initiative that’s all about collaborative consumption, community engagement and ultimately economic impact. It’s the third year of the initiative and they’ve broken the record this year with over $1.3million in sales already registered not to mention some great Aussie names that have lent their support to the initiative including Marnie Skillings, Angus Stone, Dave Rastovich and Sibella Court.
Everyone can write a blog, copy a photo, or build a website. Not everyone can make any of those things actually useful for their business. There is a strong monotony in social media marketing, and in order to break away from the boredom you need to rise above the rest by writing quality content.
Developed by the Australian Government, this checklist covers many of the basic issues you need to know when you’re starting a business. Because businesses are so diverse, this checklist cannot cover all issues and situations, so you’ll need to contact the relevant government agencies that can assist you.
This Melbourne-based startup has been nominated at this year’s inaugural awards ceremony that recognises innovation and creativity on the internet. Who could it be?
In August 2011, we profiled Liz See founder of Get Threaded®, The International Institute of Excellence, Get Mineraled Cosmetics and The Eyebrow Experts as she released her unique beauty franchise ‘brow bar’ concept across Australia and New Zealand. The business started with $5000 and this month Top Ryde City NSW opened its doors to Australia’s very first Get Threaded Brow & Beauty Bar, owned and operated by NSW Master Franchisee Evangelia Gkondra.