Aussie born startup Bislr today announced they have acquired San Francisco based marketing services agency Open Marketing.
The number of Australian businesses using factoring finance has risen to its highest level in five years, showing the growing popularity of debtor finance in the Australian market place, according to Bibby Financial Services, one of the world’s leading global debtor finance specialists.
At the age of 26 it looks like David Karp is set to become a billionaire as Yahoo prepare to acquire Tumblr, the blogging platform which he started about five years ago
It’s one of the most common viral marketing techniques around – letting your readers, members etc send your content or services (or whatever) to a ‘friend’. They simply drop their friend’s email into a form, hit send and another lead comes your way. But could you be breaking the law?
CLIQX™ is the newly launched Australian innovation set to shake up the printing industry here and around the world. With the current renaissance of specialty embellishments in the print industry, this patent pending embossing system is demystifying the traditional print craft of embossing. It is giving printers the opportunity to offer more to their customers by having the capability to emboss in house.
Leading online travel site, Wotif.com is trialing TXT4Coffee’s unique advertising solutions and will be one of the first companies to use what is the most advanced hyper-geo targeted mobile advertising platform developed to date. The ads themselves are targeted and personalized to increase the relevance and context to the viewer, leading to better rates of engagement. The ads are designed to engage the end user through the integration of their own name in the ad making for a more personal experience.
The Asian Century whitepaper was supposed to be the Australian Labor Party’s landmark answer to the emerging economies of Asia, particularly that of China, Japan, India, South Korea and Indonesia. It was to be our roadmap and response to the fact that within only a few years, Asia will be both the world’s largest producer and consumer of goods and services.
Sentia Media has just announced the acquisition of Australia’s leading Social Media Monitoring Service Buzz Numbers, which was founded by Sydney entrepreneur Nick holme a’ Court in 2007. The acquisition will further strengthen Sentia Media’s ability to provide the highest quality and most comprehensive suite of media intelligence across Australia and beyond.
Aussie born company 99designs announced the acquisition of the largest online design market place in Germany yesterday 12designs. The acquisition of the second largest online design marketplace behind themselves in Europe is all part of the companies intense focus on international expansion. CEO of 99designs Patrick Llewellyn was in Germany for the announcment yesterday.
With contracts worth close to $2m, Vividways most recently created a rewards program mobile application used by the Australian pharmaceutical industry. The mobile phone application helps retail pharmacies engage with patients more deeply while delivering everyday marketing campaigns, including functionality such as a store locator, online catalogues, up-to-date pharmacy-related news, promotions and loyalty programs. Vividways Founder, Paul Williams, will continue to work within the business to provide expert industry knowledge and relationships, and develop the application further.
Firstly I am not a big user of SocialCam, but maybe that’s because the people in my network on the application are pretty bloody boring and have crap videos they are uploading. None the less SocialCam DOES have just under 55 million users and today they sold to Autodesk for a nice and tidy $60 million dollars – a deal which is expected to close in the latter part of the quarter.
Kogan.com today announced that, following the collapse of electronics warranty provider U-NITED Warranties, Kogan will offer assistance to thousands of Australian consumers caught by the fallout.
Freelancer.com, the world’s largest outsourcing and crowdsourcing marketplace, today announced that it had acquired Scriptlance, Canada’s largest freelance marketplace and the fifth largest in the world.
With energy prices on the rise for some time now, Lemnis Lighting Australia is urging companies and venues to switch to LED technology before the new tariffs come into effect in order to save thousands off their energy bill. Commercial lighting can attribute to up to 25 per cent of a company’s total energy costs and according to John Simpson, Managing Director of Lemnis Lighting Australia, these figures could be dramatically reduced if more people implemented the latest LED technology.
As the group buying trend continues, we are starting to see more and more brands arising targeting niche sections of the marketplace. Honey & Ginger is the creation of Jen Miller and this marketing expert is ready to get women the best deals in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.