News and interviews on Daniel Tzvetkoff including trends, features, blogs and community conversations from an Australian business perspective.
Monday, 19 April 2010
Daniel Tzvetkoff has been arrested in Las Vegas on charges of bank fraud, money laundering, conspiracy and other charges that carry a potential penalty of 75 years in prison.
Thursday, 17 December 2009
The GFC overshadowed 2009 with doomsayers labeling it the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Today, with consumer and business confidence high, we look back on the year that was.
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Former high-flying entrepreneur Daniel Tzvetkoff has sold his unfinished Gold Coast mansion, after his former company Intabill collapsed under $80 million of debt in July.
Monday, 28 September 2009
Want to know how this year's savvy entrepreneurs made the BRW Young Rich list?
Monday, 20 July 2009
Learning from the common sins of young entrepreneurs can help you avoid your own financial downfall.
Monday, 13 July 2009
Former business partner Salvatore Sciacca sues IT entrepreneur Daniel Tvetkoff for $90 million in damages, claiming he diverted monies “without authorisation”.
Friday, 10 July 2009
IT entrepreneur Daniel Tzvetkoff’s BT Projects is placed in liquidation, reportedly $80 million in debt.
Tuesday, 26 May 2009
These two entrepreneurs (Rockett on the right) met and became good friends in high school, going on to establish a business distributing wine during their time at university in Brisbane.
Andrew Northcott started labour hire business Labour Solutions Australia in 2004 at the age of 21 by hiring himself out as a labourer.
Jamieson was born to be an entrepreneur, he says. Every one of his family members started a business, so it was only a matter of time before he ventured into small business ownership himself.
San Francisco-based internet entrepreneur Ben Keighran was listed on last year's BRW Rich 200 with a fortune of $28 million.
Alana Chang and Lauren Chang Sommer have turned their four-year-old company Moi Moi Fine Jewellery into a multimillion dollar business.
Daniel Monheit and Justin Kabbani have concentrated on a smaller number of high-value clients to quickly grow their digital media agency Hard Hat Digital into a thriving enterprise.
Daniel Tzvetkoff, co-founder of internet billing company Intabill, shot to prominence in early 2008 when he paid $28 million for a house on the Gold Coast.
David Hancock's company, Geeks2U, is now Australia's largest provider of onsite computer repairs and technology support.
Dean Ramler decided to sell discount furniture online after visiting Milan and discovering replicas of famous furniture pieces were too expensive, and equally hard to find.
Fred Schebesta started young, moving into the digital marketing sector in 2001 when the internet, and particularly search engine marketing, was just beginning to take off.
Katie Patrick started with a vision of growing the green products and services sector by putting suppliers in touch with a widening group of customers.
Leon Hayes's website, switchselect.com, aggregates deals offered by gas and electricity companies and allows users to find a cheaper deal to which a user is signed.
Luke Berry started his business in 2004 importing novelty items such as talking urinal cakes.