Guardian By Edisse – Maintaining Independence In Old Age With Tech

  • Posted by Paul Towers
  • On April 29, 2015
  • 0 Comments
  • Edisse, Guardian by Edisse
Websites and applications like Facebook, Twitter and Uber have increased the public consciousness of what it means to launch a startup. News articles and movies such as The Social Network paint this almost rosy picture of young college dropouts who are able to tap into the needs and desires of the under twenty five’s in […]
Read More
 

Luke Devoto on Outsourcing And Launching True Counsellor

  • Posted by Paul Towers
  • On April 27, 2015
  • 0 Comments
  • True Counsellor
The story of Luke Devoto and his website TrueCounsellor.com.au is sure to be of interest to anyone who has had to juggle a job with the burning desire of turning their idea into a business. Luke’s journey to launching his business also highlights important lessons on bootstrapping your company and how to maximize the use […]
Read More
 

Pivot Early Pivot Fast – Lessons From FoodRunna – Winner of UNSW Startup Games

  • Posted by Paul Towers
  • On April 22, 2015
  • 0 Comments
  • FoodRunna, University of New South Wales Startup Games
Aspiring to be an Entrepreneur and to launch a startup is increasingly becoming “the thing to do”, and it is not just students in their garages or dorm rooms who are getting in on the act. Recently we have seen the support of this as a potential career path take off within Universities themselves, both […]
Read More
 

What I Learnt From Buying a Business Sixteen

  • Posted by Paul Towers
  • On April 20, 2015
  • 0 Comments
  • Buying A Business At Sixteen, Liquid Surf, Second Surf
  One month after turning sixteen I was writing out a cheque for twenty thousands dollars in cold, hard, cash for the purchase of my first business. Twenty thousand dollars is a lot of money, especially when you are sixteen, still studying at High School and are using virtually every cent you have to do […]
Read More
 

How Crowdsourcing Is Empowering Today’s Entrepreneurs

  • Posted by Paul Towers
  • On April 14, 2015
  • 0 Comments
  Imagine for a moment that you are an entrepreneur. You are standing in the middle of the Central Business District of New York, London, Paris, Tokyo or any other major industrialised city for that matter. Instead of the year being 2015 however, it is 1965 or perhaps even 1990, who would you turn to, […]
Read More