Silk Road is an internet startup that launched in February. Nobody knows who the people behind it are, other than the fact that they are very talented hackers and programmers. Silk Road allows people to buy illegal drugs online and in the few months it has been operating, business has boomed dramatically. Have they solved a problem? Obviously. Should they be shut down? Interested to hear your thoughts…
Ruby Janssen is the CEO and Founder of www.theeboomer.com, the world’s first site dedicated to teaching Baby Boomers around the world how to entrepreneurially make money outside a traditional job in the new e-economy. Ruby was a self made millionaire at the age of 26 and she is the author of The eBoomer Money Manifesto- How to make cash as an Entrepreneur in the new E-economy.
In September 2006 Liz Atkinson, a backpacker from a working class background in Rochdale England, decided it was time to mould her future. Less than five years later Atkinson owns three companies, two houses, her dream car and is living in the city of Melbourne
Freelancer.com CEO Matt Barrie announces the launch of the biggest and most lucrative logo crowdsourcing site in the world.
ReGadget is a service that offers instant cash prices for old electronics, including mobile phones, digital cameras, MP3 players and game consoles, amongst others. It provides an easy to use service for customers to get cash for their unused possessions. All gadgets received by ReGadget are either resold locally and internationally or sent for recycling of valuable metals and plastics. Find out more at http://www.regadget.com.au/
We look at new tech startup Buerilla, which has the startup community buzzing at the moment.
He is still in high school, lives in a country town in Victoria and is gearing up for his HSC exams later this year. But already young entrepreneur Brentis Cooper is hanging out with the likes of Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal and investor of Facebook. Could he be the next big thing to come out of the tech world?