In this webisode, we chat with Rod Bishop, cofounder of Jayride about why his business which has a ridesharing component has remained under the radar in the current transport war.
In this webisode, we chat with Chris Brycki, founder of StockSpot about democratising investing and disrupting areas of the FinTech space that big banking holds a monopoly.
We sat down with founders of Airtasker Tim Fung and Jonathan Lui and spoke with them about the Task Economy in Australia.
In this webisode, we chat with Nicole Kersh, founder of 4cabling.com about authenticity in business and whether faking it till you make it is a good thing for an entrepreneur, or something that can cause more harm than good.
In this TEDx video, Jeremy Liddle talks about the crisis of youth unemployment and how entrepreneurial thinking is a solution to this problem. His words are impressive and sure to inspire.
Though they took place in very different contexts, both Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech and Steve Jobs’ iPhone launch have one thing in common – they were extraordinary presentations. In this talk (filmed at TEDxEast), Nancy Duarte reveals what it takes to make a powerful call-to-action.
Following a community-driven marketing campaign led by Australian social enterprise Thankyou, retail giant Coles has agreed to stock the company’s new “life-changing” product range.
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