Wednesday 23 November
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Today on StartupSmart, we bring you the first in a series of profiles that dissect Australia’s capital cities and analyse their start-up credentials.
First up is Adelaide. While the South Australian capital is known for its biotech and healthcare industries, not to mention its churches, a new breed of tech start-up is starting to emerge.
We’ve put together an overview of Adelaide’s entrepreneurial environment and speak to some of the city’s key players to see which start-ups are likely to burst onto the national stage, and beyond.
Forget marketing, the secret to business success is being well-liked Ian Whitworth Scene Change co-founder
Why brick-and-mortar will drive e-commerce by turning stores into distribution centres Brenton Gill Radaro managing director
Play, refine and grow: How I started a successful shoe business with just $100 Sarah Nally Sienna Baby founder
How we created an engaging online course with a 91% completion rate Emma Green Your CEO Mentor co-founder
Flexible working is all the rage, so here are six tips to help you get started Alison Michalk Quiip founder
Four tips for playing the long game in business, from Victoria's Small Business Woman of the Year Fiona White Own Body founder