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Geepers challenges creative thinkers to come up with the best app concept

- October 2, 2013 2 MIN READ

Geo-location startup Geepers this week launched The Geepers Challenge 2013, a competition where creative thinkers across NSW have the opportunity to establish a technology startup of their own. Participants also have the chance to win other prizes in return for designing and presenting the best concepts for web-based or mobile applications that are fundamentally “powered by Geepers”.

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Temando win IBM SmartCamp Competition

- September 6, 2013 2 MIN READ

IBM today announced Temando as the 2013 winner of IBM SmartCamp Sydney. One of four IT start-ups from Australia and New Zealand selected to participate in the event, Temando has developed a unique delivery management software system.

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The new mobile workforce and peak performance

- May 30, 2013 2 MIN READ

A more mobile workforce helps to reduce overheads, many small businesses are increasing their reach by being available in more locations, but only maintaining one office in a central location. It also means businesses are spending less money on IT requirements.

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Uni Student Wins “Unleash Your App” Competition

- September 21, 2012 2 MIN READ

The 2012 Unleash Your App competition reached more than 6,000 university students, culminating in entries from 10 different universities across Australia, including the University of the Sunshine Coast, Latrobe University, University of Melbourne, RMIT University, Monash University, Swinburne University of Technology, Australian National University, University of Technology Sydney, University of New South Wales and University of Western Sydney.

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Win a Trip to South Africa to Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship!

- August 9, 2012 < 1 MIN READ

Creel Price is on the hunt for the worlds best Business Decision! -A serial entrepreneur, Creel Price has achieved a level of business success and knowledge beyond his 40 years: he had launched eight businesses by the time he left school and a further two at university, and at age 25 he co-founded Blueprint Management Group with just $5,000 in capital and sold it a decade later for over $100 million.