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Finder.com.au

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Fred Schebesta and Frank Restuccia have started a new business called Finder.com.au that compares financial products and mobile phone plans. more »

Marketing Bee

Marketing Bee Sharon Latour was working as a customer relationship management (CRM) specialist in the automotive industry when she decided working for a large enterprise wasn’t for her and she started her own marketing firm, Marketing Bee, just over a year ago. more »

6 mistakes franchise owners make

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Having come back from the brink of bankruptcy after an unsuccessful business venture, I took my mistakes on board, stepped up and built Franchised Food Company (FFCo) from scratch. more »

Tapestry receives $400,000 funding from Commercialisation Australia

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Tapestry was selected this year as one of 25 Australian startups to be part of the Advance Innovation Program (AIP). The government-run program gives people the opportunity to develop entrepreneurial skills, make connections and be mentored by successful Australians in the US. The startup has qualified for an Early Stage Commercialisation grant of $400,000.   Andrew Dowling, founder of Tapestry, came up with the idea for the business when he was studying population demographics in China and realised the challenge that all developed economies will face the problem of an … more »

Top franchise survey winners announced

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Market research firm, 10 Thousand Feet, has announced its latest Topfranchise Awards winners, with Smartline Personal Mortgage Advisers taking out the top spot.  The awards are based on results of ongoing franchisee satisfaction surveys, with over 1,000 Australian franchisees participating.  “We send an email survey to all franchisees in that particular company,” said Ian Krawitz, head of intelligence at 10 Thousand Feet.   “Each of the franchisees answers 35 questions about different elements of their experience and franchisor. Everything from the support they receive from the franchisor through to the … more »

The 5 most common startup mistakes

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Starting up a business is easier than ever before, thanks to the ability to reach millions of potential customers via the internet. more »

Improving sales

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If your business does face-to-face selling and you’ve got people (or even yourself) visiting prospective customers on their own turf, it’s easy to wonder where all the time has gone. more »

Big On Shoes

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Melissa Westcott was working with at-risk youths as a guidance officer before she had her first child and decided to start a business selling larger sized ladies shoes. more »

VroomVroomVroom

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Richard Eastes admits to failing a few times with his first few attempts at starting a business. Though he is quick to point out that those failures taught him more than he could ever have learnt without having a go. more »

Getting more Facebook Likes

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Getting people to like you is a concept that was around long before the internet – anyone that spent more than a couple of hours in the playground at school can tell you that. more »

Galmatic

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Six years ago, Eleni Mitakos was working as a corporate trainer and loved her job, but, with a second baby on the way, she wanted to travel less and have the freedom to spend more time with the kids. more »

ParkingMadeEasy

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Daniel Battaglia spent five years working in banking and finance before he carefully planned his own parking space marketplace called ParkingMadeEasy.
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Nudge Accounting

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Emma Petroulas had been working for accounting firm KPMG before she decided to bite the bullet and team up with Mark Veran and Aaron Wallace to found Nudge Accounting. more »

How to tell if your business idea will work

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Deciding to launch a new business can be daunting, but there are ways to test your idea before pulling the trigger. more »

Startup incubators

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Incubators are usually associated with raising chickens or growing moulds in a dusty laboratory. When it comes to startups, the idea is the same – helping things to grow in a controlled environment – but the aim isn’t to replace a hen or to grow a new strain of penicillin. more »

PSI Screenprinting

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Joel Taylor knew almost nothing about how t-shirts were made when he decided to start a screenprinting business. more »

Bambino Brands

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When Ronnie McKenzie and his wife Carlie had their first child, they decided to start a buying group that gives discounts to parents. more »

Chargebar

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When customers kept asking to charge their phones, Cameron Tanner decided to make a business out of it. more »

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