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View of paint pots from above
After picking my 8 year old up from school today I noticed he hadn’t eaten his lunch and on asking why, he said to me – “Harry* and I were too busy selling tattoos”. After my initial panic that he may have in fact been instilling lifelong ink markings into his school mates, he went...
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Have you ever considered why customers are choosing a competitor’s product over yours? I bet you have. I see startups time and time again say “Oh, we just need X feature” or “We just need to spend more on marketing.” But have you ever considered it might be a branding problem? There are over 1.3M...
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Ben Graetz launches Grassrootz
As founder and CEO Ben Graetz tells it, the original inspiration for his Grassrootz charity fundraising platform was his young son’s stay in hospital after a major operation, and his decision to support the work of the Starlight Foundation which made his son’s lengthy stay so much more bearable. At BlueChilli we’re hugely proud that Ben...
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Do you want to be your own boss? If you want to ‘Be your own boss’ … .or really be a boss at all … don’t start a startup. Buy a business. Or start an existing business with a known model and defined, pre-prepared customers. People are out there waiting for new restaurants, retail shops,...
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BlueChilli portfolio startup TokenOne has been announced as one of 12 cloud services providers added to the Australian Federal Government’s Cloud Services Procurement Panel. At BlueChilli we’re excited to see this recognition of TokenOne’s expertise in providing key cyber security technology, which is of critical importance to securing vital online government services. With more government departments servicing customers...
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A lot of people daydream about sailing around the world, Deb wants to make that a reality for more folks. Running a racing yacht crew is perfect preparation for running a startup. That’s exactly what Deborah Dalziel has set out to do with her startup MySail. While traditional sailboats may not be the first thing you...
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Every year we field many requests for input into reports and strategy white papers from consulting firms.  We’re generally happy to help, as our contribution to these reports provides valuable input to policy decision makers, which ultimately can benefit our business. In light of the recent articles on how startups should interact with a corporate, I’d like to...
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Walk into any leading corporate or tech company and you’ll immediately be accosted by bright post-its on all walls. For the uninformed, these aren’t a cheap way of decorating – these capture features or action items for the teams’ product roadmap or development sprints. Why put your Product Roadmap on the wall?   It takes people...
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The true cost of trying The median seed round in the US is $1.4m. This represents the median cost to get an idea, build a development team and test it. Which sounds like a lot, but it makes sense when you add up the cost of hiring a product team, designers, product managers, mobile and...
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  Writally- Cas McCullough Cas McCullough, founder and CEO of Writally, is on a mission to make terrible business blogs a thing of the past! While ‘publish or perish’ used to only apply to professional authors and academics, in the current digital market landscape it now applies to almost everyone. As a successful, published author with...
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