Two of Australia’s hottest startups, Unlockd and Prospa, built a business model reliant on a single, external force which ultimately left them vulnerable.
Despite receiving less funding than male-founded ventures, women-owned companies are generating more revenue, a study has found.
In reality, traction is not everything. In fact, especially to an investor, your history of growth is equally important and can even make or break a prospective investment deal.
Wellington has been both vocal about its intent to be known as a major innovation hub and proactive about marketing the entire city.
Pozible has announced it will be launching a new distribution tool for crowdfunded films called Screen Connect. The tool aims to help independent film creators to distribute their crowdfunded films.
Until a couple of weeks ago, Vietnam based indie app developer Dong Nguyen was relatively unknown by the global startup scene and indeed the world.
I am not going to say it is easy to crack $100,000 in sales each month. It is very hard work. However if you follow the right methodologies, the ease at which you will end up achieving that six figure sum will surprise you.
In just 15 months since its launch, Health.com.au has experience phenomenal growth. Their disruptive approach to product, process and service has seen the company sign up over 40,000 members and deliver revenues of AUD$46M in their first year of operation.
Fred Schebesta, 32, is Co-Founder of Finder.com.au, Australia’s leading financial-product comparison website. In the last six years, since entering the comparison market – one of the most highly competitive internet categories in Australia – Schebesta developed growth strategies so successful that Finder now that attracts over 250,000 unique comparisons every month. Here’s what he had to say about his entrepreneurial journey and business growth.
Puzzles and Dragons is currently the number one top grossing free to download application in Japan for iOS and Android. Reports suggest the app is currently making around USD$3.8 million a day or around USD$54 million per month.
The step up from running your start-up in your own name to that of a company is not a small step. You take on extra responsibilities and all of a sudden, things are taken out of your name and are in the name of your company. So what happens when you put money into your company and want to take it out. Do you have any responsibilities there?
Australian startup Beanhunter has just undergone a major overhaul as it continues to rapidly grow globally. The startup which originally focused on the Australian market now services London, New York, Singapore and San Francisco as part of it’s rapid growth plans.