David Wilson The apps market can be hugely lucrative. Consider the happy fate of the New York-based social game developer OMGPOP, maker of the smart phone art game Draw Something.
Mark Harbottle Mark Harbottle gives a few hints on how to survive your first year in business.
Christopher Niesche Damien Cantelo is preparing his retail website for launch in the US market with a name change and a push for more investment.
Christopher Niesche Nathan Tesler had an idea for an app, but no programming skills.
David Wilson Launching a start-up is easier than ever. But, because entry barriers verge on non-existent and everyone wants to be the next Facebook, Twitter or Dropbox, competition is fierce.
Larissa Ham When Australian Randall Howlett decided to set up a business in Bolivia, one of the poorest countries in South America, he had little idea of the patience required.
Adam Cooper Michael Malone often finds himself talking more about the garage days than those in the corner office.
Christopher Niesche When Melbourne computer programmer Chris Rickard heard how films were planned and scheduled, he thought there had to be a better way.
Christopher Niesche Phil Morle is one of the people would-be web entrepreneurs turn to for a chance to turn their dream into reality.
Christopher Niesche When Erin Mulvey bought a chest of drawers in Bellingen in Northern NSW a couple of years ago, she was stumped about how to get her new purchase back to Sydney.
Christopher Niesche The research and analysis involved in writing a business plan can be more important than the document itself.
David Wilson Two enterprising blokes are tapping into the male side of the multibillion-dollar wedding industry.
Asher Moses Firemint founder Robert Murray is Australia's newest high-tech millionaire after selling his app company to US game giant Electronic Arts for an estimated $20-40 million.
A purely online business is a great way to enter the commercial world but it's not without challenges and expense, writes Keeli Cambourne.
Interview: Max Mason Melissa Lee is co-founder of bespoke online retailer Joe Button.
Adele Horin A DESIRE to be their own boss, to have a better work/life balance, and to escape corporate life is behind the surge in the number of women starting their own businesses, a report has found.