Q&A Kahne Raja from Musomap

- May 13, 2013 2 MIN READ

Kahne Raja lives and breathes music, so, he had the idea one day to bring the musicians of the world together through the internet. We talk to him about Musomap, World Musician Day and Google.


Q&A with James Duchenne from mplifyr

- May 2, 2013 5 MIN READ

If you can name it then James Duchenne has done it. From aeronautical engineering to a masters degree in law to a role in commercial waste management. He has a resume which is both diverse and interesting. Lately James has been working on a brand new startup called mplifyr- a one-of-kind rewards platform that allows businesses to build their own, customized rewards program. We talked to him about mplifyr and how its all going.


Q&A James Chung, founder Lash Creative

- April 9, 2013 4 MIN READ

James Chung, the founder of Lash Creative is extremely direct. He doesn’t mince words and when he asks a question, you can see his brain ticking over with pluses and minuses, trying to discern the point. As he himself shrugs ‘I’m a bit of a skeptic’. But this is a good thing in a town where people will tell you what you want to hear rather than what you need to hear. We sat down and talked to him about being successful, keeping clients happy and voice recognition.


Q&A with Zara Choy: Coalition of Mischief

- April 2, 2013 4 MIN READ

Zara Choy wants to change the world, just a little bit differently. Setting up Coalition of Mischief with her co-founder Kevin, they aim to help social causes with a side of creativity. How do they plan to do that? We talk to her about social causes, not-for-profits and nerdy apps.


Q&A with MyNappies Cofounder Toby Shulz

- March 12, 2013 4 MIN READ

The question of the day is: Can a childless nineteen year old run a successful baby supply store? Toby Schulz, the co-founder of MyNappies says yes and his customers from around Australia are voting with their feet as well.


Q&A with Joel Hauer from WeCo

- February 19, 2013 3 MIN READ

Sometimes we forget that the Sydney city centre is not the centre of the world. Co-working spaces and incubator hubs are popping up left, right and centre outside Sydney metro, making the commute for many tech workers much easier. WeCo, set in the Eastern Suburbs locale of Edgecliff, is due to launch sometime next week. We talk to Joel Hauer, the co-founder of WeCo and get the lowdown on the new space and how it came about.