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Thursday, 17 July 2014

Being left behind by big data: How tech illiteracy can kill small businesses

Here's a look at how a lack of technological awareness caused one company to go out of business, and how you can avoid its fate. by Paul Wallbank
 

Is your comms team spending too much time on social media customer support?

For most businesses, a social media strategy begins as another way to talk to customers – but it can lead to your comms team getting overloaded. by David Hancock
 

Thursday, 10 July 2014

Five entrepreneurs reveal their top apps

Leading entrepreneurs reveal their favourite apps. by Nina Hendy
 

Thursday, 3 July 2014

From clothes lines to the Internet of Things: The reinvention of one of Australia’s most iconic brands

The company behind one of Australia’s iconic inventions, the Hills Hoist – the height-adjustable rotary clothes line that’s a fixture in suburban backyards around the nation – is focusing on a new kind of innovation. by Kye White
 

Thursday, 12 June 2014

Australia’s 10 Internet of Things companies to watch

Everybody is talking about the Internet of Things, so here are our top 10 Australian companies to watch in this space. by Kye White
 

Friday, 6 June 2014

Pearcey Award winner Guy King warns Singapore’s “kicking our arse” in the race to become Asia’s tech hub

Pearcey Award winner Guy King warns Singapore’s “kicking our arse” in the race to become Asia’s tech hub by Kye White
 

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Apple and Beats: When musicians and geeks collide

Apple recently announced its purchase of Beats Electronics, for a reported US$3 billion. With music streaming services gaining popularity, it was arguably only a matter of time before Apple made its move. by Steve Collins
 

Thursday, 29 May 2014

“Absolute PR 101 failure” for Aussie games company as bomb squad is called in

A public relations stunt for a games company backfired spectacularly when the police bomb squad was called to ninemsn’s offices in Sydney. by Cara Waters
 

Eventbrite joins a growing list of US startups heading Down Under

In what is becoming a familiar story for larger US startups entering the Australian market, Eventbrite officially opened its doors here last month after noticing huge organic growth without any marketing and publicity. by Bronwen Clune
 
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