THE TRAVEL STARTUP THAT EVICTED THE HOUSE-SITTER

THE TRAVEL STARTUP THAT EVICTED THE HOUSE-SITTER

YOU'VE used Expedia to book the flights, AirBnB to find accommodation, and Uber to get around in the new city and now one woman has added another start-up to the travel essentials category; making sure your home is safe while you're away.

My Home Watch, the brainchild of Adelaide's Natasha Morgan (pictured), is an on-demand servic...

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MELBOURNE'S $200M RIALTO PROJECT NEARS COMPLETION AFTER 10 YEARS OF PLANNNG

MELBOURNE'S $200M RIALTO PROJECT NEARS COMPLETION AFTER 10 YEARS OF PLANNNG

IT'S BEEN 10 years in the planning and had at least 10 different architects and has involved the acquisition of multiple properties, and now the redevelopment of Melbourne's iconic Rialto tower precinct is almost complete.

The $200 million redevelopment has breathed new life into the CBD and the Rialto precinct covers more than 8...

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THE MID-LIFE CRISIS THAT LED TO A SUCCESSFUL MEN'S SKIN CARE RANGE

THE MID-LIFE CRISIS THAT LED TO A SUCCESSFUL MEN'S SKIN CARE RANGE

THE story of how Anthony McDonough's men's skin care range dates back 20 years when he was living in Russia in minus 35C temperatures and every product he used to try and moisturise just made his skin more irritated.

It took a while to act on this, but in 2012 McDonough decided to make the leap and start his own skin care brand.

He...

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BOND UNIVERSITY RECRUITS BUSINESS BIG HITTERS TO ITS NEW ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

BOND UNIVERSITY RECRUITS BUSINESS BIG HITTERS TO ITS NEW ENTREPRENEUR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

BOND University has secured the services of four of Australia's most successful business identities to oversee its new program called Transformer, which is aimed at developing the new wave of young entrepreneurs.

Transformer is the first of its kind in Australia to help students undertake "big picture thinking" and they'll b...

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BRISBANE PROGRAM HELPING TO 'UN-FAIL' LOCAL STARTUPS

BRISBANE PROGRAM HELPING TO 'UN-FAIL' LOCAL STARTUPS

BEING an entrepreneur is risky business. That's why Advance Queensland is supporting a new 12-week training initiative designed to give startups a little more certainty in the challenging market. The Startup Onramp program, founded by business mentor Colin Kinner (pictured) and run out of Brisbane's River City Labs, is aimed at re...

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