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It’s in the metrics baby: five basic numbers every enterprise software company needs to nail

When it comes to winning in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) world, as a rule tech startups require significant capital investment.

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Get ‘organized’: elevating your startup into the US takes more than speaking their language

Far too many Australian entrepreneurs with great companies struggle to take their businesses to the next level by succeeding in overseas markets. There’s all too often a disconnect for founders…

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#elevate61: planting the seeds of global growth for #startups

Recently, Google Co-founder Sergey Brin, speaking at the Global Entrepreneurial Summit, made a controversial statement. He said that, if you’re starting up a “scrappy” tech business, Silicon Valley was not…

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US Elevator Pitch Expert shares the secret formula to successful pitching with elevate61

As our elevate61 companies can attest, essential to selling your product/service is knowing how to pitch, and to pitch well.  Nathan Gold, (acknowledged as “the elevator pitch expert” by Wall…

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Top advice for startups moving to the US as elevate61 tour kicks off

If you have a love of shoes, interest in the start-up scene, or read the finance news lately, you should have heard of Shoes of Prey – Australia’s most recent…

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Success in the US: entrepreneurial expansion tips from elevate61

Take the leaders from 11 of Australia’s best B2B tech startups. Add a cohort of innovation thought-leaders and industry experts from both Advance and KPMG’s global networks. Sprinkle generously with…

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Growth Hacking to the USA

Australian startups taking on international growth in the world’s largest startup market cannot afford to be under-prepared, under-resourced and over-there.

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Where are all the Australian unicorns? How to build more billion dollar startups in Australia

Just last week, I returned from two weeks in the U.S with elevate61, KPMG Australia and Advance’s rapid growth entrepreneur program. Over these two weeks, we toured across the country…

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