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Monthly Archives: June 2013
Thats what we do and why we do it.
Couldn’t say it better myself. In startup mode, which in itself can take a long time, stay focused on your task and don’t deviate until you have some runs on the board (unless of course there is a quick fix … Continue reading →
Here’s a little campaign we are running at SEED to gain new customers by offering 10% off a new service. It’s part of our new marketing campaign using our new branding and tagline. Check out our awesome website here.
Thanks to Robert Pekin from Food Connect for sharing this: if you want to become an entrepreneur, don’t start with a business plan. You don’t need experience or money either, according to Belgian entrepreneur Gunter Pauli, who has set up … Continue reading →
School for Social Entrepreneurs launches Accelerator Program in Melbourne Seriously, if you’re into Social Enterprise you should get into this!
We are international! Australia is experiencing increasing, some say renewed, energy and focus on social enterprise. Australia has a vibrant history of co-operatives and local enterprise and more recently a growing body of activity and interest in new business models … Continue reading →
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