Coworker Profile: BAHA (Acronym for Blinds, Awnings, Homewares, Accessories) is an Australian owned retailer of window furnishings.
With Australians spending billions of dollars on home renovation each year, BAHA was conceived with the goal of servicing a distinct segment of the custom blind and awning market that is prepared to design and install products themselves.
We interviewed with Benjamin Chong, partner at venture capital firm Right Click Capital for The Australian about how Byron Bay is part of the regional startup movement known as Silicon Paddock.
Meet Liesel Arden, Abbie Gibson, and Monique Hartman: Directors of Popped Creative -Byron Bay’s newest Events and Creative Service Agency.
Coworking is a global phenomena that is growing in maturity as an industry like never before. In most major towns and cities across Australia coworking spaces are opening up in their multiples to service the demands of people starting new businesses. So shat's next after Coworking? Local innovation The Kollective has an answer.
Totally online and fully awesome, join startupacademy.org and go from idea-to-startup in 3 simple steps. As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week #GEW2016 daily access will be free during Global Startup weekend #GSW2016 18-20 Nov. Join now to get perks and free stuff #juststart.
Why Invest in Regional Innovation? Byron Bay: The Case for Regional Australia. The #ideasboom is looming and regions need to be part of the innovation agenda.
Inno - ahem formerly known as the StartInno Hub - has been going through some big changes with new artwork installations by local artists.
So with any Lean Enterprise should adopt a what I call a "Lean Relationship" principles. We Build > Measure > Learn our products and services and we can apply the same cyclical method to relationships.
The start-up business sector on the north coast says the Federal Government's innovation announcements will make people scream louder for the NBN.
Nov 20-22 was #StartupByron, the first Startup Weekend in Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers. The response from both the public and participants was simply, well, breathtaking.
Here's how we did.
Startup Weekend comes to Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers region for the first time this weekend. Here's 5 reasons you should join Startup Weekend Byron Bay. #GSB2015 #GEW2015 #StartupByron
This is a true story about the eventual winner of last year's Gold Coast Startup Weekend 2014 who's now set up shop in Byron Bay. As part of Global Entrepreneurs Week, Startup Weekends are happening all across Australia. In particular find our more about the ones local to you,
StartupWeekend Byron Bay kicks off on Friday November 20 and completes Sunday the 22nd and is cohosted by SAE Creative Media Institute Byron Bay and StartInno in the Ewingsdale Road Campus and Byron Bay Arts and Industrial Estate respectively.
Google's latest innovation currently only works in California and Boston areas but has the potential to be a global game-changer. The project reaches out to people who may not know how solar panels work, or how to install them; Let’s take a brief look at the top four things you’re going to need to know about Project Sunroof by Google.
Sharing Is Caring: How Coworking Is Changing How We Work
As traditional office settings become less and less common, shared office spaces — also known as coworking — are becoming more popular. Startups in particular are turning to coworking arrangements to save on some of the initial cost of doing business.
Success in the business world can be measured in skill, talent, effort, time, dedication, power, money, passion, and much more. What success doesn’t rely on is gender. The future of entrepreneurship and enterprise belongs to women as equally as it does to men- but that’s not to say success is achieved any easier by one gender or the other. In this article, you’ll learn three useful tips on how to succeed in the business world as a female entrepreneur.
Craig O'Kane from UKTI Australia and New Zealand writes about his time in Byron Bay and attending July's Startup Academy Byron Bay. UKTI was a proud sponsor of this event and awarded the first prize to the Demo Day winner!
This week we have a guest blogger, Paul McKey, a business mentor at the studio. Paul is an artist, author and management consultant. Below he has articulated his research and experience of innovation and how it is developed and utilised in organisations.
Disruptive innovation is a term we hear on a daily basis. So many startups - especially tech enterprises - are talking about how their product is going to disrupt a market. After all, we are moving from an information age to creative age. But what is disruptive innovation exactly? Are all markets really on the edge of disruption?
We proudly present Choppy, Cofounder of Waveblade Sports Roller and graduate from our previous accelerator batch. Sports entrepreneur fanatic, always entertaining and very energetic.
He shares with us what made him join the program and what he got out of it.