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99designs Acquire German Competitor 12designs

- August 9, 2012 2 MIN READ

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.

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Blue Chilli Acquires software company Vividways!

- July 30, 2012 2 MIN READ

  Blue Chilli, the venture technology agency, has announced the acquisition of Vividways, a designer & developer of apps for smartphones and tablets, with expertise in mobile marketing and loyalty rewards programs in the health and pharmaceutical sector. With contracts worth close to $2m, Vividways most recently created a rewards program mobile application used by the… Read more »

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SocialCam sells to Autodesk for $60 million Dollars!

- July 18, 2012 2 MIN READ

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.

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New LED Lighting Saves Thousands for Businesses!

- June 26, 2012 2 MIN READ

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.

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Honey and Ginger

- May 26, 2011 < 1 MIN READ

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.