Australian start-up scene is booming, it’s such a massive growth that even a late night show is dedicated to the start-up community and start-up culture. Below we have listed just 7 from the very long list of super inspiring and innovative Australian start-ups. But as in all previous articles for start-ups in different countries around the world, we are focused to present just a sneak-peak of the start-up scene of this countries by listing start-ups from different fields, and as always it isn’t and it isn’t going to be a sharp ‘7’ list the list always is way much longer but this ‘7’ will help you to start checking the whole ‘picture’ of start-up movement in each respective country.
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TravelGiver is a one-stop-travel-shop for socially conscious travellers, allowing them to donate up to 8% of their booking to community projects worldwide at no extra cost. Users simply log on, choose a booking partner and select one of hundreds of community projects worldwide that assist communities in need. The donation is then made automatically.
StartSomeGood connects budding social entrepreneurs with the financial and intellectual capital that they need — all in a fun, engaging and community-driven way. This online platform taps into the power of the crowd, allowing social entrepreneurs to ask for small amounts of money from supporters from around the world, and gives them the tools to update their supporters, provide unique rewards in exchange for support and run multiple campaigns over time.
Nestled in the Southern part of India, Pondicherry is often hailed as the “French Riviera of the East” and is a place where bougainvillea grow wild against the yellow walls of charming colonial bungalows, cozy cafes are abuzz with backpackers and locals alike, and the sound of waves crashing against Rock Beach, the whiff of spicy curries and crepes perfume the air, and magnificent French churches raise their steeples in an atmosphere of serenity and calm. This erstwhile French colony still retains the charm of days long ago, and a walk through the narrow streets of Pondicherry is likely to give one a taste of France in India.
Even though the term Ivy League was originally related to eight universities in the U.S. and linked to sports, along the way, the same Ivy League universities became famous for their academic excellence. Princeton University being one of them.
Communication is always based on an interest of one kind or another. Whenever we talk to someone, we know that there must be an interest: to make friends, transact business, engage in negotiations, or other types of relationships. Always, there is the element of “interest”, whether personal or professional. It’s as though we’re constantly responding to the urge to prove our value, in front of people. So how does the “elevator pitch” or “elevator speech” relate to all this? When, and why exactly, do we use it?
Google is one of the tools that we use without a second thought. When it comes to technology like this, we may not even recognize its full potential to make our life easier. But every now and again we come across a lifehack that completely changes the way we do something and we wonder about why we haven’t learnt about it earlier. In this article you will learn about 15+ shortcuts to help you google like a pro.
As data is becoming an increasingly valuable commodity, the demand to access information without being confined to one location is growing. More companies are turning to cloud computing, which allows them to gain a competitive advantage and hire more engineers. In this article we will cover hard skills, job offers, and internship positions for cloud computing professionals.