5 Things Business Owners Should Do To Enhance Their Business

Guest post by Zac Swan, Content Coordinator, LawPath Legal concerns are the last thing any entrepreneur wants on their mind. It’s very easy to get stuck worrying about the boring stuff (i.e finances, compliance and liability) rather than on growing your business.   The beginning of a new year is an opportunity to re-evaluate your…

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Meet AiHello – Analyse your eCommerce intelligently and efficiently

Guest post by Ganesh, Founder AiHello  1.       Why are you building this startup? What does it do? I am a long time online seller of physical goods primarily on Amazon and also on Ebay and Shopify. I noticed that most small medium sellers  sell either by guessing or their gut feeling and mostly it’s a…

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Ignite AU 2017 discount and joining in the Monday Meetup Madness

Ignite Australia 2017 Good news, we managed to secure discounted tickets for BizSpark members for another Microsoft Ignite in Australia. It is fast approaching (two weeks so get moving!!) Some of you might be asking, what is the Microsoft Ignite conference? We’re bringing together the best of all your favourite tech events – from small to large,…

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Myriad 2017: Connecting The Dot Connectors In QLD

What is Myriad? Myriad is a three day technology and innovation festival happening in Queensland, March 29-31 2017. Designed by some of the minds behind SXSW, SLUSH and PAUSE, our mission is to unlock the infinite cultural and economic value across Asia-Pacific.   Who is the festival for? Myriad invites entrepreneurs, investors, business owners, tech-lovers…

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The common errors early stage Founders make

Guest post by Akiva Szental, Lawyer, Moisson Lawyers As a former Start-up employee, current start up founder of ozen and practicing Start-up lawyer, I have noticed there are several oversights which Start-up founders often make. The early stages of any Start-up are intense and frantic often with little time to breath. Having proper legal documents in…

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Humanity: Digital collaboration’s missing ingredient

Guest post by Anurag Chakradhar, Founder and CEO of Blrt 25 years ago, a man called Michael Schrage wrote a book called Shared Minds: The New Technologies of Collaboration.  At the time, it represented landmark thinking around how people would work together to get things done, and predicted that new technology would inspire new forms…

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Can Startups Onboard and Should They?

Guest post by James Burbank, editor in chief at BizzMarkBlog If you are not really feeling like reading too much following the holiday season, the short answers to the questions posed in the title of this article are yes and yes. For those who want to learn more about onboarding as a practice startups can…

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Ideas Boom: Is it working? Have your say…

You’ve probably heard about the Federal Government’s initiative, The Idea Boom. And you already know that innovation is essential to economic prosperity. But are the various programs available to support innovation the best for Australian business owners, right now? This is a question that the people behind LaunchPad Innovation Centres are asking, in partnership with…

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The Complex Case of Startups and Government Contracts

  Guest post by James Burbank, editor in chief at BizzMarkBlog Usually when we talk about startups and governments in the same conversation, it has to do with how the government can help startups and future startups get on their feet, or at least get a fair chance. Today, however, our topic will be something…

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Free Webinar: Ask Me Anything – Have Your Legal Questions Answered

Everyday LawPath receives a variety of questions from small businesses, startups and entrepreneurs about important aspects of their business. What’s the difference between an employee and a contractor? How do I reactivate my ABN? Do I need a shareholders agreement? To answer these questions and more, LawPath is running a FREE ‘Ask Me Anything’ webinar…

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