Adelaide startup Betswaps lets punters buy and sell sports betting tips

- April 5, 2016 3 MIN READ

Forget the stereotype of the old guy down at the TAB – thanks to the very fact that mentions of sports betting platforms are quite literally inescapable during any given sports broadcast, whether it be through ads or updates on odds from broadcasters at half time, the market is increasingly attracting younger customers who demand innovative solutions. The latest is Betswaps, an Adelaide platform allowing people to buy and sell their tips.


7 ways to use Campaign Monitor as a Lead Generation tool

- August 29, 2014 4 MIN READ

The bootstrapped beachside startup that received $250 million in late stage funding just this year boasts over 800,000 customers; and these customers are using Campaign Monitor to send over 1.3 billion communications to their clients per month. But communications is just the basic stuff. Campaign Monitor has at least 7 ways you can use the platform to generate sales leads for your business.


Is my developer an employee?

- May 9, 2013 2 MIN READ

Things are progressing well at your start-up. Despite not knowing how to code, you found a talented engineer who loves your idea. Over a hand-shake deal and several cash payments, he’s been building your app for six months and there’s plenty more features to roll out. He still does the odd job for other start-ups, but yours takes up 90% of his time – he even spends five days a week with you at your co-working space, which you pay for.


Getting the Most out of Alibaba – Part 2

- March 27, 2013 2 MIN READ

As there are so many suppliers on Alibaba things can get overwhelming and in many cases you will find yourself going around in circles due to the sheer number of suppliers that can provide what you are looking for. As a general rule, I try to cull my supplier selection down to 3 to 5 suppliers. It is no good banking on one factory and it is good to get quotes from at least 3 suppliers so that you know the price you are being quoted is fair.