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The importance of mentoring for your startup

Over the years, I have read a number of personal and professional development books and drawn on educational resources for entrepreneurial inspiration. And I am yet to come across a resource that doesn’t highlight the importance and need for a ...

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Two years on from Crowley: Meetups

Two years ago, Brisbane hosted its first official visiting entrepreneur. Tyler Crowley arrived shortly after the launch of the Digital Brisbane strategy, when Twitter’s acquisition of local startup We Are Hunted was big news. Since Crowley’s credentials include helping build ...

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A premature pat on the back

Australia’s startup scene is thriving. If it weren’t for a few regulatory speed bumps like the Employee Share Scheme and crowdfunding regulation, we’d be taking the world by storm. At least, that’s the impression you get from reading startup coverage ...

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Pentaho does the trick for big data

Events such as GovHack and Code for America have given open data a recent boost in popularity, but the technology behind data integration often goes ignored. Within Brisbane’s robust meetup community is the solution to this divide, the relatively-small Data Warehousing Brisbane run ...

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